An analysis performed by Dutch bank ABN AMRO concludes that green hydrogen is not yet competitive today. However, the analysis points out that if production is expanded to industrial levels, a 2.19 euro per kilo price can be achieved by 2030.
With an increasing share of sustainable intermittent power, the worlds of energy and chemistry are integrating. A good example of this is the collaboration between Yara and Orsted.
If we want to achieve the global climate objectives, innovation seems to be the magic word. And excluding them in advance does not seem wise. If only because more solution directions are needed. Our energy system will have to decarbonise more and more, while important materials require recarbonisation.
Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy announced that they jointly develop a solution that fully integrates an electrolyzer into an offshore wind turbine. The single synchronized system can directly produce green hydrogen.
The FLITE consortium will build the first-of-its-kind LanzaJet Alcohol to Jet facility. In 2024 the facility will convert waste-based ethanol to sustainable aviation fuel at a scale of over 30,000 tons a year. The project received €20 million in grant funding from the EU H2020 programme and is a major milestone on the path to […]