Gen2 Energy is a Norwegian company dedicated to developing, building, controlling and operating an integrated value chain for green hydrogen. The company aims to establish production capacity at large-scale for green hydrogen based on 100 percent renewable energy, and to operate a reliable and efficient logistics network.
Gen2 Energy has now received a general building permit for the hydrogen plant in Mosjøen and for the associated administrative building. Vefsn municipality, which has processed the application, has approved Gen2 Energy’s plans for the green hydrogen production facility and the administrative building.
Sunfire is the only German producer of large-scale electrolyzers to receive support for scaling up its technologies as part of the “Important Projects of Common European Interest” (IPCEI). Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Robert Habeck and Saxony’s Minister for Economic Affairs Martin Dulig personally handed over the 169-million-euro grant notification.
Sunfire, a leading electrolysis manufacturer, has secured a contract to supply a 100 MW pressurized alkaline electrolyzer to a European refinery. Earlier this year, the company launched its scaling strategy with the official opening of its industrial serial electrolyzer production in Solingen, Germany.
Strohm’s first deep-water / high pressure thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) Jumper in South America has been successfully installed, commissioned and is up and running for ExxonMobil Guyana at its Liza field.
Bramble Energy, an innovator in fuel cell technology, has announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art headquarters in Crawley, West Sussex. The expansive new facility, which includes a world-leading hydrogen innovation and development hub, is a multi-million-pound investment representing the company’s extraordinary growth since launching in 2016.
Project Fresson – the development of a hydrogen aircraft by converting an existing Britten-Norman Islander aircraft to that of gaseous hydrogen propulsion, is a project lead by Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, and forms the foundations of the company’s plans to produce new aircraft designs of up to 100 seats, optimized around zero-emissions technology.
The Earth∞Space Sustainability Initiative (ESSI) has launched today at the Royal Society, London, where The Global Leaders on Space Sustainability Symposium took place.
Estonian company Biometaan OÜ, part of the Silikaat Group, has signed a MoU with their Finnish partner Convion Oy to start selling power plants running on fuel cells in the Baltic States.
Port of Helgeland, Vefsn municipality and Gen2 Energy have entered into an agreement on the planning and design of a new quay linked to Gen 2 Energy’s hydrogen plant at Nesbruket in Mosjøen. The agreement ensures the coordination of the construction of the quay with the construction of the hydrogen plant. Gen2 Energy has now submitted the application for a general permit for the building of the hydrogen plant and the administration office building