Hydrogen in our time

If we are to meet our climate goals for 2030 and 2050, hydrogen is an absolutely necessary part of the energy mix. This is not the time to cast doubt on hydrogen’s advantages and industrial opportunities when they are within our reach.

HYDROGENi partner launches pilot project to enable green hydrogen production offshore

HYDROGENi-associated project Deep Purple officially opened its pilot plant at Kongsberg on 12 January 2023. Deep Purple aims to to provide stable renewable and scalable energy by developing new technologies for offshore energy production, storage and use. Its pilot plant will contribute to the realisation of offshore green hydrogen production by first demonstrating that it […]

“We must capitalise on CO₂ storage – ASAP” write HYDROGENi and NCCS directors

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Recently, Equinor and RWE announced their intentions to export hydrogen based on natural gas from Norway to Germany. In order for this hydrogen to be blue, the CO₂ produced in the process of converting natural gas to hydrogen will need to be captured. Securing sufficient storage for these CO₂ emissions will therefore be crucial. “It […]

Hydrogen a focus of German-Norwegian collaboration on renewable energy

On 5 January, Norway and Germany released joint statements on their intent to strengthen their collaboration on several areas related to renewable energy and green industry. Hydrogen was a particular focus area of this collaboration, and a separate joint statement was released dedicated solely to this area: Germany sees Norway as a partner for the […]

Rolls-Royce and easyJet test first hydrogen-powered: HYDROGENi response

On Monday 28 November, Rolls-Royce and easyJet announced that they have conducted the world’s first test of a modern aircraft engine powered by hydrogen. This work is part of both companies’ commitment to the UN “Race to Zero” campaign. HYDROGENi Centre Director Nils Røkke, who has previously worked for Rolls-Royce, welcomed this development from his […]