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Deployment of world’s first hydrogen tanker delayed

The expected shipment of the first liquefied hydrogen cargo from Australia to Japan could be delayed until the summer due to the pandemic, according to a spokesman from Japanese maunfacturing company Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

Consortium to establish hydrogen value chain in Japan

Itochu has agreed to implement joint operationalization research on a hydrogen business based on the local production for local consumption model in northern Kyushu with Nippon Coke and Compagnie Maritime Belge B.V. (CMB).

Port of Antwerp: New study confirms potential of hydrogen import

In order to meet its climate targets, Belgium should move beyond local renewable energy production and import solar or wind energy from countries with plenty of wind and sun. A new study by the hydrogen import coalition reveals that this is both technically and economically feasible.

Green hydrogen plant to be developed at Shoreham Port

Shoreham Port started work on a new partnership with H2evolution to create a green hydrogen hub. A planning application will shortly be developed to establish a 20-megawatt electrolysis plant to the south of the Port’s lock gates.

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