The first flight of a hydrogen-powered, commercial-grade aircraft has been successfully completed in Bedford, while UK ministers face fresh calls to help scale up the domestic market for hydrogen produced using renewables.
Edie 25th Sept 2020 read more »
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen. The “pioneering” Dolphyn project will sit 15km off the coast, allowing the UK to harness the power of the superfuel using floating wind turbines. Developer Environmental Resources Management (ERM) described it as the “start of the process” which will see a predicted wave of thousands of green energy jobs supported by the hydrogen economy. ERM, a London-headquartered multinational consultancy, who earlier this year was awarded £3million in UK government funding for Dolphyn, said Aberdeen beat out both Orkney and Cornwall for the development.
Energy Voice 28th Sept 2020 read more »