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1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCETeil 2

 
  
    
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11.02.22 00:58
Royal Dutch Shell suggests that heavy industry in China, which will remain a significant source of energy demand and consumption, should prioritize the replacement of coal with low-carbon hydrogen as its primary energy source.

The company said the introduction of hydrogen to such industry will place China in a leading position to pioneer new solutions to create momentum for change and to benefit from it. It will also give the nation an opportunity to become an exporter of low-carbon industrial products and technology, as well as low-carbon industrial expertise, the report added.

China is the world's largest user of pure hydrogen, consuming some 14.6 million metric tons annually, or 20 percent of global demand. According to S&P Global Platts, more than 95 percent of the hydrogen consumed is used for oil refining and ammonia synthesis.

 

1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCETeil 3

 
  
    
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11.02.22 01:08
Recognizing the importance of the gas as a low-carbon energy source and global growth industry, China's 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) names hydrogen as one of six industries of the future. The government is also expected to launch a comprehensive national hydrogen development plan soon. The plan will include a full ecosystem for a hydrogen economy, ranging from a strong manufacturing base for electrolyzers to the various downstream uses of "green" hydrogen.

Ivy Yin, energy transition analyst at S&P Global Platts, said that compared with overseas suppliers, China's hydrogen electrolyzers are already much cheaper for proton exchange membrane and alkaline technologies. Proton exchange membrane, or PEM, fuel cells are considered the most versatile type of such cells currently in production. They produce the most power for a given weight or volume of fuel cell.

Yin said, "China is expected to become a key global hydrogen equipment supplier by bringing down manufacturing costs, similar to the way in which it has led global solar panel production."

While penetrating new markets with low-carbon energy still requires huge investment in infrastructure - including hydrogen transportation, storage and delivery - as well as renewable electricity generation, these challenges are not unique to China, she said.

Along with renewables and nuclear energy, there is a need for carbon neutral hydrogen to continue increasing its share of China's energy mix to displace coal and gas, Yin added.

Cheaper option

According to strategic research provider BloombergNEF, China's aim for carbon emissions to peak by 2030 and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 will result in major emitters, including the power, transportation and other industries taking serious measures. This action will enable hydrogen to play a valuable role in "decarbonizing" long-haul trucks carrying heavy loads.

Mi Siyi, an analyst at BloombergNEF, said estimates show that these trucks could be cheaper to run by using hydrogen fuel cells, rather than diesel engines, by 2031.

The China Hydrogen Alliance, a government-supported industry group, predicts that the gas will make up at least 5 percent of the nation's energy mix by 2030, while the domestic hydrogen industry is expected to attract more than 300 billion yuan (USD47.4 billion) this year.

Royal Dutch Shell is equally positive about the future for the clean fuel, believing that hydrogen use by 2060 will rise considerably from negligible levels today, mainly due to its application in industry and long-distance transportation.

The exponential increase in hydrogen demand will create opportunities for provinces with cheap renewable energy resources, the company said.

According to Yin, carbon neutral hydrogen uses excess renewable power supplies to produce green hydrogen when supply exceeds demand.

"Hydrogen can also be stored and easily transported across long distances, which is difficult for renewable energy due to the significant challenges associated with cross-regional power transmission," Yin said.

Chinese companies - public and private - are starting to draw up hydrogen development plans.

China Petroleum and Chemical Corp began constructing the world's largest green hydrogen project in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in November.

The plant is expected to produce 20,000 metric tons of green hydrogen annually after it starts operating next year, and is part of the company's USD4.6 billion investment plan in the hydrogen sector through 2025. Sinopec also aims to boost its annual hydrogen production capacity to 500,000 tons by 2025.

Alan Hayes, an analyst at S&P Global Platts, said the Xinjiang project is an important test case that includes development of renewable power generation, new hydrogen production and new hydrogen storage. It can also replace high-carbon-based hydrogen with a low-carbon option for consumers.

"Not many other projects include the full hydrogen production and consumption chain, including development of renewable power generation, new hydrogen production and new hydrogen storage," he said.

The company has also vowed to build the world's largest hydrogen refueling network, with 1,000 stations by 2025, compared with just 100 nationwide by the end of last year. China currently boasts 200 hydrogen refueling stations and aims to have 300 by the end of this year.

In November, national energy giant State Power Investment Corp launched a demonstration project in Tibet autonomous region, focused on using hydrogen in preference to renewable-based power. Meanwhile, Baosteel, the country's largest steel producer, has also pledged to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, focusing on hydrogen-based steel production.

Plans drawn up

Cities nationwide are also preparing plans to tap the hydrogen sector, with more than 30 provinces and regions including this industry in their 14th Five-Year Plan, aiming to further take advantage of the cleaner fuel.

By 2025, the municipal authorities in Beijing aim to have 10,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles on the roads and 37 refueling stations for the gas, part of an ambitious plan to develop the hydrogen energy industry.

Shanghai is also planning to lead development of this industry by introducing 10,000 cars powered by hydrogen and more than 30 refueling stations by next year.

Shanxi province, a traditional area for coal mining, has pledged to become a national hub for the hydrogen industry, adopting development of the gas as part of its "energy revolution".

Yin, from BloombergNEF, said northern and northwestern provinces rich in renewables will benefit from the burgeoning hydrogen sector, as they have considerable wind and solar energy resources.

Multinationals are also planning to further tap the potential of hydrogen in China, confident in the nation's huge market potential. Companies such as Siemens, Thyssen-Krupp, Toyota, Ballard and Hyundai are drawing up hydrogen business plans in the country, eyeing the potential for the sector's development.

Hydrogen, currently produced mainly from natural gas, generates significant carbon emissions, known as "gray" hydrogen. "Blue" hydrogen has its carbon emissions captured and stored, or reused, while "green "hydrogen is generated by renewable energy sources without producing carbon emissions.

The nation's green hydrogen production capacity, based on renewable energy, is expected to reach 50,000 tons annually this year and is forecast to grow in years to come, according to the China Hydrogen Alliance.

It said the cost of harnessing solar and wind energy has continued to fall over the past 10 years, further boosting hydrogen's commercial viability.

According to Royal Dutch Shell, by 2060, up to 85 percent of the hydrogen used in heavy industry, agricultural machinery, heavy-duty road transportation, short-haul aviation, and shipping will be green hydrogen produced through electrolysis powered by renewable and nuclear energy.

However, Yin said China may take time to develop its role as an importer of green hydrogen and could lag behind markets such as Japan.

Royal Dutch Shell said infrastructure related to hydrogen will witness large increases in investment, particularly from the 2030s onward, as technologies and markets mature and are used to reduce emissions in sectors where it is hard to introduce electrification.

Annual investment to support the energy transition to net zero is estimated, on average, to be 1 percent higher than in recent years. However, in terms of energy supply, a significant reallocation of investment from fossil fuels to low-carbon electricity and low-carbon fuels such as hydrogen is required, the company said.

Directing some of this spending toward hydrogen - for example building hydrogen transportation and storage infrastructure - can stimulate demand in the short term and support climate-sustainable growth in the long term, it added.
 

76 Postings, 1666 Tage TeewasserAusschnitt aus Bericht 14733

 
  
    
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11.02.22 09:15

Das ist ja mal schön, das ballard in der Reihe der Großen erwähnt wird.



Multinationals are also planning to further tap the potential of hydrogen in China, confident in the nation's huge market potential. Companies such as Siemens, Thyssen-Krupp, Toyota, Ballard and Hyundai are drawing up hydrogen business plans in the country, eyeing the potential for the sector's development.

 

245 Postings, 1987 Tage capturDie Aktie sinkt leider auch aber...

 
  
    
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12.02.22 16:57

76 Postings, 1666 Tage TeewasserBallard - New flyer

 
  
    
15.02.22 08:57
https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/...uses-from-NFI.html

Leider gingen hier die rein elektrischen Busse an den Mitbewerb.

Wichtiger ist aber das ballard  mit New Flyer in der Brennstoffzelle schon Geschäfte macht.
Siehe homepage ballard

Da wird es schon noch einen Hebel geben.  

1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCEzu Ballard & HDF energy

 
  
    
16.02.22 22:15

Hydrogène De France : Hydrogène de France accelerates the development of Renewstable(R) plants with a major milestone achieved in Barbados

https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/...le-R-plants-w-39484267/

02/16/2022 | 02:05am EST
The largest hydrogen power and storage project in the Caribbean, Renewstable® Barbados ("RSB") is the second hydrogen power project developed by Hydrogène de France to welcome a majority investor.

Hybrid power plant project producing clean, stable and competitive electricity, 24 hours a day, without polluting emissions;
Producing baseload power for 16,000 Barbadians from solar and locally produced green hydrogen;
Majority equity contribution provided by Rubis as a shareholder alongside HDF.

Bordeaux, February 16th, 2022 ? Hydrogène de France (?HDF Energy? or the ?Company?) ? Euronext Paris : HDF ?announces that Renewstable® Barbados (?RSB?), the largest hydrogen power project in the Caribbean, has taken a new major step in its development with Rubis acquiring a 51% stake in its capital. This transaction follows the strategic agreement signed between the two energy companies in June 2021. HDF Energy is also in active discussions with the Barbados Sustainable Energy Co-operative Society to offer 30% of the project prior to construction.


The largest clean hybrid power plant in the Caribbean, committed to local development

Developed by HDF Energy, RSB is a large grid-friendly energy power plant project that will supply clean, resilient, stable and competitive baseload electricity 24/7 to 16,000 residents. Located in St Philip, RSB will aid the island state in achieving its 100% renewable energy mandate by 2030 without the intermittency concerns that typically limit the deployment of solar and wind power on island grids. Using only the sun as a primary source of electricity (50MW solar), RSB combines 128MWh of green hydrogen and battery storage to deliver a continuous output of power, day and night.

Totally carbon-free, RSB has been designed to effectively replace certain aging, costly and polluting assets that currently burn Heavy Fuel Oil or Jet Fuel, with a similar level of reliability. Not impacted by any commodity market, RSB also eliminates the exposure to fuel price volatility throughout its 25-year operating life.

RSB is committed to promoting the dual use of solar energy and agriculture on the site. A large-scale sheep farming facility (1830 head) will be accommodated within the solar power plant to maintain dual use of the land and generate local jobs.

During its 2-year construction period RSB will create around 200 directs et indirect jobs, and support around 25 permanent local jobs during its operation. Both HDF Energy and Rubis have their regional head offices in Barbados and currently employ over 1,500 professionals across the entire region.


RSB, the 2nd project developed by HDF Energy to welcome investors, paves the way for the duplication of Renewstable® power plants at a global scale

The USD100+ million RSB project is a duplication of CEOG (en.ceog.fr), the first Renewstable® project in construction developed by HDF Energy located in French Guiana. It is being built by Siemens Energy and financed through a state-of-the-art project finance scheme. Rubis is also an equity investor of CEOG through SARA (the refinery of Martinique), alongside HDF Energy and the infrastructure fund Meridiam. Lenders include world leading private and institutional banks.

With already 18 similar projects underway and a presence in key geographies, HDF intends to significantly increase the number of its Renewstable® projects and become a global leader in hydrogen power.


Damien Havard, CEO of HDF Energy said: ?We are extremely delighted to have Rubis joining RSB, the second Renewstable® project after CEOG. Many similar projects are currently being developed by HDF Energy across the globe, using the same proven bankable business model and focusing on a valuable baseload power service for local grids. With this second project in the development phase, we reinforce HDF Energy's unique expertise in hydrogen power and large infrastructure project development and anchor our global leadership in the field of large hydrogen power projects. With its strong commitment to decarbonization and local development expertise, Rubis is a robust partner in the development and financing of our projects.?

Clarisse Gobin-Swiecznik, Managing Director of Rubis: ?This second investment in a green hydrogen power plant reinforces our growing collaboration with HDF Energy. We strongly believe in the Renewstable® technology already implemented with CEOG as a viable solution to provide energy at an affordable cost to populations with challenging energy supply logistics. This new project illustrates our will to develop new carbon-free sources of energy, especially in countries where Rubis is operating.?

ABOUT RUBIS

Created in 1990, Rubis is an independent French operator in the energy sector, listed on Euronext Paris and recognised on the market for its know-how and the quality of its services. The Group is specialised in the distribution of energy and bitumen from the supply to the end customer.

The Group's mission is to provide regular and reliable access to energy for the greatest number of people to meet their essential needs for mobility, cooking and heating, as well as to supply the energy required for the operation of industry and professionals.

With over 4,000 employees, the Group operates in 40 countries in three geographical zones: Africa/Indian Ocean, the Caribbean and Europe. Its decentralised organisation enables it to operate as close as possible to local issues.

In line with its diversification strategy in less carbon-intensive energies, Rubis became the second largest shareholder of HDF (specialised in hydrogen-electricity) in June 2021 and announced in December 2021 the acquisition of 70% to 80% of Photosol France, a leading player in the photovoltaic sector. Rubis is a signatory of the Global Compact.


ABOUT HYDROGÈNE DE FRANCE (HDF ENERGY)

HDF Energy is a global pioneer in hydrogen energy. HDF Energy develops high-capacity Hydrogen-Power plants and is active, through dedicated project companies, in their operation. These plants will provide continuous or on-demand electricity from renewable energy sources (wind or solar), combined with high power fuel cells supplied by HDF Energy.

HDF Energy develops two types of Hydrogen-Power plants:

Renewstable® (POWER TO POWER): Multi-megawatt power plants, producing stable electricity 24h/day, composed of an intermittent renewable source and on-site hydrogen energy storage.

HyPower® (GAS TO POWER): Multi-megawatt power plants producing electricity on demand from green hydrogen from gas transportation networks.

HDF Energy has integrated key fuel-cell know-how under a memorandum of understanding with Ballard (seven-year exclusive licence agreement) and has developed the world's first mass production plant for high-power fuel cells for energy, which will be commissioned in France (Bordeaux Metropole) in 2023. Through this activity, HDF Energy will also serve the maritime and data centre markets.

HDF Energy has positioned itself as a powerful accelerator of the energy transition by offering non-intermittent, grid-friendly and on-demand renewable power.

HDF shares have been listed on the regulated market of Euronext Paris compartment B since 24 June 2021.

 

1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCEum was es da mit HDF Energy geht

 
  
    
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16.02.22 22:25
aus dem Artikel zuvor

HDF Energy has integrated key fuel-cell know-how under a memorandum of understanding with Ballard (seven-year exclusive licence agreement) and has developed the world's first mass production plant for high-power fuel cells for energy, ....

 

1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCEhier auch mal der Link zu dem projekt

 
  
    
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16.02.22 22:32

853 Postings, 4336 Tage Renditeschupowarum

 
  
    
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17.02.22 19:34
Nur habe ich diesen Dreck gekauft 3mal auf andere gehört 3 mal gutes Geld verloren
nieeeeeeeeeeeeeeee mehr wieder  

1462 Postings, 793 Tage JB_1220du hast doch sicher

 
  
    
17.02.22 21:41
Diese Aktie nie besessen!  

245 Postings, 1987 Tage capturRandy soll es besser als China machen.

 
  
    
21.02.22 17:38

1582 Postings, 3871 Tage sven60Adani MOU = das ist big

 
  
    
21.02.22 21:42

1582 Postings, 3871 Tage sven60wie mit Weichai ?

 
  
    
21.02.22 22:06
vielleicht beteiligt sich Adani direkt bei Ballard wie es Weichai gemacht hat und man zusammen vielleicht Produktionsstätte in Indien aufbaut - dann fehlt nur noch eine Produktionsstätte für BZ-Stacks in Europa.....in Deutschland ?????? Super News....

 

2717 Postings, 2240 Tage aktienmädelKurs

 
  
    
24.02.22 08:43
So schnell wie der Anstieg kam gehts nun steil Richtung Süden.  Kurzfristiger Kauf erst unter 5 Euro.
Meine bescheidene Meinung  

701 Postings, 4597 Tage AHRENHOLTZ 1lol

 
  
    
24.02.22 10:28
ohhh weh. Wieder radioaktiver Mundstuhl bei Aktienmädel ausgelaufen.

 
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1582 Postings, 3871 Tage sven60Ballard + Adani

 
  
    
27.02.22 16:43
mal die Pressemitteilung über MoU (Absichtserklärung) zwischen Ballard und Adani lesen... (unter www.ballard.com dort Investors/newsroom)....Adani ist weltgrößter Entwickler von Solarparks, haben Gasnetze, Flughäfen etc. 150 Mrd Wert an der Börse. wollen 70 Mrd $ in regenerative Energien + Wasserstoffthemen innert 10 Jahren  investieren. Was kann da aus MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) alles werden ? gemeinsame Stackproduktion wie mit Weichai via JV und/oder Beteiligung von Adani an Ballard ? well, am 13/14.3 kommen die Zahlen von Ballard - vielleicht gibt es da schon was Konkretes ref. MoU ? Adanis sollte sich aber auch an Bloom Energy beteiligen und www.heliogen.com...well, kombiniere :-)    

76 Postings, 1666 Tage TeewasserBundeswehr-Wasserstoffstrategie

 
  
    
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01.03.22 09:29

76 Postings, 1666 Tage TeewasserUnter anderem Geld für H2

 
  
    
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07.03.22 08:37

1315 Postings, 3553 Tage JAM_JOYCEweitere H2 Busse

 
  
    
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07.03.22 15:56
Solaris liefert saubere Busse nach Österreich

https://www.zfk.de/mobilitaet/oepnv/...saubere-busse-nach-oesterreich

Die angebotenen Modelle sind der Urbino 9 LE electric und der Urbino 12 hydrogen. Die Postbus AG kann bis zu 24 Batterie- und bis zu 82 Wasserstoff-Hybridbusse abrufen. Geplant sind die Lieferungen für die Jahre 2022-25. Dabei wurde aber auch eine Verlängerungsoption bis 2028 vereinbart.

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4341 Postings, 7635 Tage GilbertusBallard-Power + 13.56

 
  
    
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08.03.22 23:22
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Bingo:


Ein super Rebound heute

Für alle sturmfest gebliebenenBallard-PowerInvestoren tanzt

jetzt je ein Luigi pro 5 % Kursaufschlag;


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cool

Wieder mal ein erfolgreicher Ballard-Power-Tag,

weitere werden jetzt anhaltend folgen.

Noch allen Investierten einen schönen Abend

Fuel Cell und Bloom Energy die Energie von Morgen! 30507510

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So wie einem das Licht nicht ohne die Dunkelheit bewusst würde, so gibt es keine Situation, in der nicht etwas POSITIVES zu entdecken wäre.

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