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News and articles about HYDROGENi, Centre partners or related topics from external news outlets.
Ammonia: From cleaning product to maritime fuel
Today, ammonia is perhaps best known as a foul-smelling chemical used in cleaning products. In the future, it might also be widely used as a maritime fuel!
Danish ambassador to Norway visits SINTEF to discuss hydrogen and CCS activities
On 27 January 2023, Danish Ambassador to Norway Louise Bang Jespersen visited SINTEF’s offices in Trondheim to discuss SINTEF’s activities in hydrogen and CCS. HYDROGENi was a main focus of this meeting.
Norway is to take “a leading role” in hydrogen – but wasn’t even mentioned in the patent list
HYDROGENi Director Nils Røkke was featured in the latest article from Teknisk Ukeblad on the current state of hydrogen research in Norway.
Five questions about hydrogen
TU asks HYDROGENi Centre Coordinator Kyrre Sundseth five questions about hydrogen about its production, advantages and associated challenges.
We must stop talking about the advantages of natural gas
The view of natural gas as an environmentally friendly bridge from coal to a renewable society has had a renaissance due to war in Europe.
New Norwegian research institute aims to bring hydrogen solutions for the future to the market
HYDROGENi Centre Director Nils A. Røkke speaks to Scandinavia MIND on the current state of and future challenges and opportunities for hydrogen as a potential
Climate crisis – this is how six scientists want to save the world
Increasing carbon dioxide (CO₂) pollution is accelerating climate change. The more CO₂ there is in the atmosphere, the hotter it gets on earth. And the
Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy of Norway opens research centres for hydrogen and ammonia
“The energy situation in Europe means that we need radical new ways of thinking.”
Energy Transitions Podcast: The North Sea – Axis of decarbonisation
Nils Røkke, Executive Vice President Sustainability at SINTEF and Chair of EERA (European Energy Research Alliance) talks to Pamela Largue about why the North Sea is often referred to as the “energy Silicon Valley of Europe”.
New Hydrogen Research Centre Will Contribute to the Green Shift and Job Creation in Norway
The Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy has announced the Research Council of Norway’s investment of NOK 200 million (EUR 20,271,400) in HYDROGENi: a new
Blue Hydrogen Isn’t The Climate Enemy, It’s Part Of The Solution
A lot of negative commentary on blue hydrogen is based on analysis that doesn’t tell the full story.