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June 2024

The Summer issue of Global Hydrogen Review begins with a detailed regional report from Deloitte Consulting LLP, which explains some of the holdups in the US clean hydrogen economy and considers how companies can begin moving forward. This issue also includes articles exploring the importance of innovation and material research and development. Other features include turbomachinery, hydrogen transportation and mobility, safety, storage, and digitalisation.

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First mover problem delays US progress
Geoff Tuff, Deloitte Consulting LLP, explains some of the holdups in the US clean hydrogen economy and how companies can begin moving forward.

Hydrogen innovation odyssey: from business model to technology
Florence Carlot, Arthur D. Little, Belgium, outlines why harnessing innovation will boost the potential of the green hydrogen economy.

No easy switch
Krzysztof Koziol, Cranfield University, UK, discusses the challenges associated with the switch to zero-carbon fuels and the importance of material research in the energy transition.

TRL: turbomachinery readiness for liquefaction
Daniel Patrick, Atlas Copco, USA, considers the technology readiness level of turbomachinery for large-scale hydrogen liquefaction.

Methanol-to-hydrogen for distributed electrical power generation
Dave Edlund, Element 1 Corp., outlines the potential of methanol-to-hydrogen generators in the development of the hydrogen economy.

The evolving future of hydrogen transport
Laura Chemler, Emerson, USA, explains some of the challenges related to delivering hydrogen where and when it is needed.

Real-time quality measurement
Antonella Colucci, Endress+Hauser, Germany, explores the importance of optical analysis technologies in safely and reliably determining hydrogen purity.

Mitigating embrittlement, maximising safety
Specifying the right components for fluid and fuels systems can aid proper function and protect operators and the environment from accidental gas leaks. Buddy Damm, Swagelok, presents hydrogen handling best practices.

Accelerating hydrogen mobility in Wales
Allan Rushforth, First Hydrogen, UK, explains what the creation of a hydrogen vehicle ecosystem with gas distribution network, Wales & West Utilities (WWU), means for hydrogen mobility.

Advancing sustainable construction
Mathias Kurras, Maximator Hydrogen, Germany, explores the use of hydrogen as a fuel for construction machinery and the role of mobile hydrogen refuellers on construction sites.

Pioneering sustainable aviation
Ekaterina Skorobogatova and Kai Murtagh, Aerodelft, the Netherlands, discuss the steps that a student team is taking to pioneer the development of hydrogen-powered aircraft.

Another bite of the energy elephant
Greg Arnold, Whessoe Engineering Ltd, UK, discusses the transition to a hydrogen economy and important design considerations for large-scale liquid hydrogen storage.

Decarbonising the energy ecosystem
Juan Ruiz, Carlos Ruiz and Michelle Wicmandy, KBC (A Yokogawa Company), explain the real-world impact of energy management systems for green hydrogen on cost, emissions, and efficiency.

Less risk, more reward
Peter Wilson, Hexagon, considers four key ways digital technologies can help de-risk green hydrogen projects.

Future-proofing the UK’s gas data system
John Elsegood, Xoserve, UK, outlines how the UK’s gas network will have to adapt for use with hydrogen and alternative fuels in order to reach net-zero goals.

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