Impact Hydrogen uit Groningen versterkt duurzame initiatieven door onderwijs, technische expertise en betrokkenheid van MKB te mobiliseren. Zo willen ze een positieve impact creëren op het klimaat en de lokale economie door de waterstofeconomie in de regio te versterken. Om duurzame energie te realiseren en energiearmoede te bestrijden, zoekt Impact Hydrogen partners.
Morocco is focusing on creating sustainable, affordable energy through a green hydrogen economy. They are leveraging their expertise in renewable energy to supply Europe with solar energy and hydrogen to achieve climate neutrality. Impact Hydrogen is partnering with Morocco to advance this hydrogen economy through Hydrogen Valleys.
A case study on how water used for hydrogen production can become a sustainable element in a Hydrogen Valley.
Impact Hydrogen has been accepted as new member to the African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP).
Link to follow event live online. A brief summary of the official side-event covering Hydrogen Valleys, occurring between the 5th and 7th of December in Cape Town, South Africa at the World Science Forum.
This week the report ‘From Heavenn to Sustainable Hydrogen Valleys’ written by New Energy Coalition and Impact Hydrogen was published and discussed at the UN Climate Conference COP27 in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt.
At Impact Hydrogen, we develop hydrogen value chains in a geographic region based on its needs and opportunities. It is from this vision and experience that we see an opportunity to turn the industrial area around the Suez Canal into the first Sustainable Hydrogen Valley in the Middle East and North Africa. This region could become the world’s “Central Green Hydrogen Corridor” covering more than
West Africa has huge opportunities for renewable energy production. Solar, wind and green hydrogen can make Ghana's energy system more sustainable and strengthen the local economy by reducing dependence on expensive fossil fuels. Impact Hydrogen has taken the initiative to organise an ecosystem for green hydrogen, initially aimed at domestic use and in the long term for export.
Over the past few months Impact Hydrogen has been working with Marcel Jacobs of Jacob Lawren Ltd in Ghana to investigate the potential for developing a Hydrogen Valley in the country. The outcomes of this investigation shows that Ghana has a lot of potential as it comes to technical, economic and social development.
Impact Hydrogen believes that major transitions can only take place, if they are supported and carried out by society as a whole - this includes men, women and the non-binary.
The energy sector is in a state of flux. We use more energy than ever and the demand for energy is still growing. At the same time, CO2 emissions must be drastically reduced. This means that we are designing and implementing a whole new energy system.
It is abundantly clear that in order to meet the climate goals, we need to switch globally to a totally different energy system. Green hydrogen is the missing link in that energy system. This is because of the many advantages of hydrogen over electricity. For example, hydrogen is an energy carrier and feedstock that enables heavy industry and mobility to become more sustainable.