A week in Green Hydrogen : Blue Hydrogen from Wood Waste, Hydrogen Airships and 1 Billon Norwegian crowns for Green Hydrogen

A week in Green Hydrogen : Blue Hydrogen from Wood Waste,  Hydrogen Airships and 1 Billon Norwegian crowns for Green Hydrogen
Source: H2 Clipper

#1. Blue Hydrogen from Wood Waste

Source: https://www.motehydrogen.com

Mote which is a Climatetech company is working on its first facility to convert wood waste into hydrogen fuel while capturing, utilizing, and sequestering CO2 emissions of the process. It is estimated that 500 million metric tons of wood waste is produced in the US alone and Mote is planning to produce 7 million metric tons of carbon-negative hydrogen starting from 2024.

World’s First Carbon Removal Plant Converting Wood Waste to Hydrogen
Climatetech company Mote is establishing its first facility to convert wood waste into hydrogen fuel while capturing, utilizing, and sequestering carbon dioxide emissions resulting from its process.
Mote is planning to produce carbon-negative hydrogen starting from 2024. 

#2. Let us not allow the Hindenburg disaster to keep us away from Airships

A brave, California startup H2 Clipper is thinking about bringing back hydrogen-filled airships. H2 Clipper claims they can unlock completely green intercontinental cargo operations carrying more payload than any cargo plane over long distances for one-fourth of the cost. The Hydrogen airships were operating and the Hindenburg disaster is one of the key incidents to abandon this marvellous concept of transportation. However, technology has been advanced many folds since this tragic incident. No need for us to abandon a technically feasible concept away from us citing an old incident.

Could hydrogen airships return as fast, cheap, green cargo transports?
California startup H2 Clipper wants to bring back hydrogen-filled airships, claiming they can unlock completely green intercontinental cargo operations carrying 8-10 times the payload of any cargo plane over 6,000 miles, at a quarter of the price.

3. Norway granted 1 billion Norwegian crowns supporting emissions-free hydrogen and ammonia

Norway recently granted 1 billion Norwegian crowns (USD 111 million) to fund three projects to produce emissions-free hydrogen and ammonia.

Norway grants $111 million to clean hydrogen, ammonia projects
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway on Friday granted 1 billion Norwegian crowns ($111 million) in support for three projects to produce emissions-free hydrogen a...