World news: Spain and Germany, Namibia, Italy, Scotland, Argentina

The Port Authority of Valencia, along with the Valenciaport Foundation, has partnered with the Hamburg Port Authority to develop hydrogen projects to be applied in the maritime industry.
The organisations will work on hydrogen generation initiatives, storage stations, delivery and transport in their regions, as well as the use of the energy in terminals and machinery.
This H2Ports project will entail a combined investment of $4.62m.

A British-German developer has been selected to build a 3GW green hydrogen project powered by 5GW of wind and solar energy in southern Namibia.
The Namibian government issued a “notice of award” of its intention to appoint Hyphen Hydrogen Energy as the preferred bidder to develop the $9.4bn Southern Corridor Development Initiative Green Hydrogen project in the Tsau Khaeb national park.

As part of the decarbonisation initiative launched by Snam, the leading energy infrastructure company has partnered with SEA and Milan airports to introduce green hydrogen in Malpensa Airport.
The project will include a plant construction to supply the ground vehicles of Milano Malpensa Airport with green hydrogen. To this project, which is part of OLGA bigger plan for the aviation decarbonisation, financed by the EU under the ‘Horizon 2020’ call for tenders with €25 million, will be allocated €1.1 million. The plant should be ready by 2023 to 2024.

Aker Horizons has unveiled a plan to use offshore wind to produce hydrogen in quantities large enough for Scotland to export.
According to the company, enough liquid hydrogen will be produced to power 40 per cent of the total mileage of local UK buses, as well as enough synthetic fuel to make 750 round trips from the UK to New York.
The 10 GW project, called Northern Horizons and planned to enter into operation in 2030.

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) is planning to build a 15GW green hydrogen project in Argentina.
The $8.4bn Pampas facility in the windy northern Patagonian province of Río Negro would be the first renewable hydrogen project in the country, as well as the largest yet announced in Latin America.
FFI plans to switch on a $1.2bn pilot phase with 600MW of electrolysers in 2024, followed by a second 1.4GW stage, before reaching 15GW by 2030 — producing 2.2 million tonnes of renewable H2 per year.