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Our news around hydrogen

Due to the climate-friendly potential and versatile use of hydrogen, the topic is on everyone's lips across industries and the market is in constant motion. There is therefore a lot to report - from certification standards to new guidelines for funding programs and pilot projects. Stay up-to-date with us.

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Hydrogen: The lifeblood of a low-carbon energy future

Hydrogen: The lifeblood of a low-carbon energy future

Hydrogen is being widely touted as a key solution to phasing out our reliance on fossil fuels. But what is the so-called ‘hydrogen economy’, what benefits does it offer and what are the challenges and risks?

Hydrogen future: safety assessment of hydrogen facilities

Hydrogen future: safety assessment of hydrogen facilities

Hydrogen is increasingly being used as a transport fuel in Fuel Cell Electrical Vehicles (FCEVs) thanks to its environmentally friendly nature and increasing availability from water electrolysis or steam reforming. Read more about projects and possibilities.

Hydrogen Releases: The limitations of consequence modelling tools

Hydrogen Releases: The limitations of consequence modelling tools

Current consequence modelling of hydrogen releases is typically undertaken using tools based on research, experimentation and validation of hydrocarbon releases. There are limited experimental data available for hydrogen, meaning that results can be uncertain. So what are the main modelling limitations to be aware of?

The Future of Rail Power – The drive for hydrogen and battery-powered trains in the UK

The Future of Rail Power – The drive for hydrogen and battery-powered trains in the UK

To meet the UK Government’s target of net zero carbon by 2050, the rail industry has been set the challenge of replacing all diesel-only trains by 2040 (29% of the current fleet). In addition to extending electrification, the industry’s ‘decarbonisation taskforce’ has recommended the use of hydrogen and battery-powered trains to achieve the Lowest Lifecycle Cost (LCC). But what challenges and risks will these technologies bring to the rail sector?