Germany – RWE and John Cockerill will collaborate to develop a testing facility in Germany to optimize a vital stage in the process of converting domestic garbage into hydrogen.
France – Previously owning 40% of H2V Normandy, Air Liquide has expanded its investment to 100%. To produce renewable hydrogen in France, a new firm,
Germany – INEOS has announced plans to develop a large-scale, 100MW electrolyzer to manufacture green hydrogen at its Köln location in Germany through its subsidiary INOVYN.
Europe – INEOS intends to invest more than €2 billion in electrolysis projects around Europe to produce zero-carbon, green hydrogen. The company’s first plants will be developed in Norway, Germany, and Belgium, with investments also planned in the United Kingdom and France.
Luxembourg – The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Commission struck an agreement that will allow EU grants to be combined with long-term EIB finance for alternative fuel infrastructure projects.