An Australian company is using “cheap as dirt” iron ore to convert methane in natural gas into hydrogen. Importantly, their process generates near-zero emissions, as the carbon content of the gas is captured in the form of high-quality graphite.
As a clean-burning fuel, hydrogen could play a key role in carbonClean Energyenergy marketsGeoff PocockHazer Grouphydrogen Read More
Japan’s government signed off on a set of measures ranging from energy-saving steps to a broader use of hydrogen to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a bid to meet the country’s commitments made last year at the Paris climate meeting.
The cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to approve 2050climate changeG7hydrogenjapanJapanese Governmentmarukawaparis agreementshinzo abe Read More
Last week, President Obama visited an advanced battery factory in Jacksonville, Florida. As part of the clean-energy revolution that’s creating jobs and making our planet safer and more secure at the same time, this factory makes cutting edge energy-storage technology that will continue to help integrate new power sources into the ARPA-EbatteriesClean EnergyCleantechclimate changeEnergyhydrogenIndustryLow CarbonPresident Obama Read More