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BP, Nouryon and Port of Rotterdam partner on green hydrogen study

16-Apr-2019

BP, Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals), and the Port of Rotterdam have joined forces to explore the opportunity of making ‘green hydrogen’ via water electrolysis for BP’s refinery in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, which has the potential for significant reductions in CO2 emissions. The ...

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Breakthrough in acidic water electrolysis via ruthenium-based catalysts

25-Mar-2019

Hydrogen fuel, with the advantages of clean, renewable and of high fuel efficiency, is seen as the "ultimate fuel" and getting more attention around the world. Water electrolysis is an ideal way to produce hydrogen, yet it requires active and stable catalysts which make this process more ...

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How power-to-gas technology can be green and profitable

Economists map out economically viable path to renewables-based hydrogen production

28-Feb-2019

Hydrogen production based on wind power can already be commercially viable today. Until now, it was generally assumed that this environmentally friendly power-to-gas technology could not be implemented profitably. Economists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), the University of Mannheim ...

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BioMCN to produce renewable methanol with green hydrogen

27-Feb-2019

Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) and Gasunie have agreed to supply green hydrogen to BioMCN for the production of renewable methanol from CO2. The companies say it marks the next step in the sustainability of processes in the industry. Nouryon and Gasunie are currently ...

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Interactive size control of catalyst nanoparticles

10-Dec-2018

5, 10, or maybe 15? How many nanometers should nanoparticles of a catalyst be to optimize the course of the reaction? Researchers usually look for the answer by laborious, repetitive tests. At the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, a qualitatively new ...

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Efficient electrochemical cells for CO2 conversion

29-Oct-2018

Scientists at Stanford University have developed electrochemical cells that convert carbon monoxide (CO) derived from CO2 into commercially viable compounds more effectively and efficiently than existing technologies. Their research provides a new strategy for capturing CO2 and converting it into ...

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Transforming carbon dioxide

Novel two-step CO2 conversion technology

27-Sep-2018

A team of researchers at the University of Delaware's Center for Catalytic Science and Technology (CCST) has discovered a novel two-step process to increase the efficiency of carbon dioxide (CO2) electrolysis, a chemical reaction driven by electrical currents that can aid in the production of ...

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More efficient and cheaper synthetic fuels with 3D printing

26-Sep-2018

Co-electrolysis is a new and very efficient way of producing synthetic fuels and chemicals from CO2 and water. Diesel and petrol cars as well as trucks, airplanes, and ships could run on such fuels in a climate neutral manner. They can also be used as energy storage systems, which could help ...

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Norsk Hydro: Hydro's technology pilot at Karmøy in full production

28-Jun-2018

All 60 electrolysis cells are now in operation at the Karmøy technology pilot, where Hydro aims to industrialize the world's most climate and energy efficient aluminium electrolysis technology. "Our aim is to be the global leader in technology and innovation in our industry, and the Karmøy pilot ...

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AkzoNobel joins partnership to explore opportunities for green hydrogen and 'electrofuels' in Sweden

22-Mar-2018

AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals is partnering with three groups in Sweden to explore the opportunities for producing green hydrogen and 'electrofuels' using renewable electricity. The partners are RISE Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE), forestry group Södra and packaging materials company ...

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