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H2-Industries to develop US $1.4 billion waste-to-hydrogen plant in Oman

H2-Industries to develop US $1.4 billion waste-to-hydrogen plant in Oman H2-Industries and Public Establishment For Industrial Estates – Madayan have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop a waste-to-hydrogen plant in conjunction with PV solar power plants with base-load capacity in the Sultanate of Oman. The proposed US $1.4 billion facility will be built…

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Green hydrogen from waste now a reality

Egypt project to produce 300,000 tons of green hydrogen per year Protecting our environment involves significant challenges. Reducing the carbon footprint of energy production and the amount of waste we produce as a society are two of them. H2-Industries has embarked on a revolutionary project to create green hydrogen using proprietary technologies by using organic…

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German company plans using an innovative energy storage technology for Solar Energy distribution in Botswana and Southern Africa with Shumba Energy

Shumba Energy and the German company H2-Industries are to work together wherever appropriate on the planned construction of solar power plants with its innovative storage technology. The purpose of the plants is to provide the rural regions in Botswana and the SADC (Southern Africa Development Community) with a sustainable and renewable electricity supply capable of…

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Lloyd’s Register and H₂-Industries: Qualified standards for all-electric ships with LOHC technology

Lloyd’s Register and H2-Industries are working together on developing standards for all-electric vessels powered by emission-free LOHC technology. Munich, September 26, 2018 – On the occasion of the international Monaco Yacht Show, Lloyd’s Register and H2-Industries announced their collaboration on safety standards for all-electric vessels based on the innovative LOHC (Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier) power…

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PortLiner and H₂-Industries: „Zero emission“ inland waterway transport with all-electric cargo vessels

PortLiner and H2-Industries build the first all-electric inland vessels based on LOHC power storage technology. This will allow freight traffic on rivers and canals to be emission-free and sustainable in the future.   Munich, 4th September 2018. On the occasion of Hamburg’s international maritime trade fair SMM, PortLiner and H2-Industries have announced the development and…

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Nobiskrug and H₂-Industries: Full Speed into the age of sustainability

NOBISKRUG and H2-INDUSTRIES work together on the first all-electric motoryacht based on LOHC Rendsburg/Munich – Germany, August 14th, 2018. NOBISKRUG and H2-INDUSTRIES work on a project to build the first all-electric motoryacht based on LOHC (Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier). The two companies are implementing the advantages of the LOHC system Nobiskrug and H2-Industries are driving…

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