Defying supply chain disruptions, and macroeconomic crises, global investment in low-carbon energy transition jumped 31% in 2022, drawing level with fossil fuels.
The 7.66 MW of solar, 4 MWh batteries microgrid is the first fully resilient airport array that can function offgrid. The planned upgrade is part of a new JFK terminal said to be valued at $9.5 billion–what would be the largest global project financing transaction on record.
Also on the rise: More hydrogen production coming to California. Wyoming laws seek to kill net metering and EVs. And more.
Element Resources to build a The Lancaster Clean Energy Center, a renewable hydrogen production expected to produce 20,000 tons of renewable hydrogen annually and expand Lancaster’s hydrogen leadership.
Also on the rise: Waste-to-hydrogen facility to fuel transportation in California. BP to construct 134 MW project in Ohio for Meta. And more.
Chevron New Energies, Raven and Hyzon Motors team up to commercialize green waste-to-hydrogen production.
A U.S. research team developed a new technique to produce hydrogen from sunlight and water. It works in an indoor environment and uses pure water, concentrated solar light, and an indium gallium nitride photocatalyst.
Scientists in China have developed a new way to split seawater into hydrogen without using a separate desalination process.
Also on the rise: DOE announces $750 million in funding to advance clean hydrogen technologies. Tigo Energy acquires predictive data analytics company FSIGHT. And more.
Funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is intended to lower clean hydrogen and fuel cell costs and provide long-term support for hydrogen hubs.
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