Commentary: Producing industrial hydrogen from renewable energy (Source: IEA 18.04.2017)
Breaking hydrogen out of water in a way that’s both sustainable and economical could have huge consequences for a number of industries
Carbon-dioxide-free steel production
SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall have launched an initiative to solve the carbon dioxide problem in the Swedish steel industry. Together, they will initiate work to develop a steel production process that emits water rather than carbon dioxide.
"Green" ammonia is the key to meeting the twin challenges of the 21st century (Siemens)
A "Green" ammonia demonstration programme enables the switching to renewable electricity to make ammonia. Besides enhancing global food security, store excess wind-electricity and building synergies with clean-mobility industries, this can prevent over 360 million tons of CO2 worldwide from being released into the atmosphere.
German Wind-to-Hydrogen Takes Car-Fuel Battle to Tesla (RE World 06.07.2015)
Faster refueling & longer ranges: Hydrogen fuel cell vs battery vehicles. Toyota Motor Corp. Mirai's, Daimler AG, etc. supports the “H2 Mobility" network of hydrogen-friendly refueling stations accross Germany.
Vast promise, huge challenges: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (June 30, 2015)
IEA's critical steps to advance hydrogen and fuel cells. Hydrogen integrates variable renewable electricity into the energy system to resolve key emissions-reduction challenges in transport, industry, buildings, as well as electricity networks.
Technology Roadmap: Energy Storage (Source: IEA 19.03.2014)
Current global systems perspective overview of energy storage technologies to understand the value of energy storage and communicate it to energy system stakeholders for achieving a low-carbon future.
Wind Electrolysis: Hydrogen Cost Optimization
National Renewable Energy Laboratory Technical Report NREL/TP-5600-50408 May 2011.by Genevieve Saur, Todd Ramsden Prepared under NREL Task No. H271.3710
Renewable Hydrogen Report of the IPHE
The International Partnership for a Hydrogen Economy (IPHE) published its Renewable Hydrogen Report assessing technologies and demonstration Projects likely to facilitate the transition into a cleaner more sustainable hydrogen economy.
A portfolio fo power-trains for Europe: a fact-based analysis
A factual evaluation of the economics, sustainability and performance of technologies that will ensure the long-term sustainability of mobility in Europe. Alternatives to power Europe’s 273 million vehicles & 2.5 billion worldwide – by 2050.