Monthly Archives: March 2021

More H2-Powered Cars Coming; Can They Be Fueled?

NEW YORK – Cars and trucks powered by hydrogen, the most abundant resource in the universe, are on the road now with more planned and in production. Hydrogen power may well be the solution to truly weaning from fossil fuels, turning the tide on CO2 emissions and ushering in a …

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South Africa-Massive Opportunity in H2 Economy

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa has got a massive opportunity to participate in the hydrogen economy and it would be a national travesty if the country failed to do so, says Public Investment Corporation (PIC) sector specialist mining, beneficiation and energy Heidi Sternberg. Mining Weekly can report that the PIC, along with …

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California’s H2 Locomotives -Ending Diesel Reliance

Railway companies are nearly exclusively reliant on fossil fuels, diesel in particular. However, as the world, the country and companies of all sizes seek to make moves to decarbonize, eyes are on rail transport (among other major forms of transportation) and the greenhouse gas emissions it is chugging into the air. As …

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Paris -The global race to develop ‘Green’ Hydrogen

Paris: It’s seen as the missing link in the race for carbon-neutrality: “green” hydrogen produced without fossil fuel energy is a popular buzzword in competing for press releases and investment plans across the globe. Europe in particular is anxious to get a handle on the new and still costly fuel, …

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Net zero coalition pledges to Deliver Energy goals

A coalition of European associations has been launched with the aim of breaking down industry silos to deliver Europe’s climate and energy ambitions. The European Net Zero Alliance (ENZA) comprises 17 bodies representing different parts of the energy sector such as power plants, gas and grids, as well as industries …

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Plug Power planning to build hydrogen facility in Pennsylvania

 Plug Power Inc, a leading provider of hydrogen solutions, together with Brookfield Renewable Corporation, “Brookfield Renewable”), which is, together with its institutional partners, an owner and operator of one of the world’s largest publicly traded pure-play renewable power platforms, today announced plans to build a green hydrogen production plant utilizing …

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Great Wall to roll out its first Hydrogen fuel-cell SUV

BEIJING — Great Wall Motor Co., China’s biggest maker of SUVs, plans to roll out its first hydrogen-powered SUV this year. The company will also deploy its hydrogen-powered cars during the Winter Olympics in China next year, Zhang Tianyu, head of FTXT Energy Technology Co., a Great Wall subsidiary, said …

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Move to Hydrogen will bring jobs to Taranaki NZ

  ANDY JACKSON/STUFF First Gas held a BBQ lunch run on hydrogen on Monday to mark the change away from natural gas. From left: Jesse Shepherd (project engineer), Angela Ogier (Project Leader), Dave Innes (chief engineer), Ramesh Satrasala (project manager). The company operating the country’s biggest gas network says its …

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Toyota presses Australia to Promote H2 Fuel Stations

MELBOURNE – Toyota Motor Corp recently opened its first commercial Hydrogen fuel pump site in the Australian state of Victoria, urging the government to encourage the rollout of more sites to boost the take-up of cleaner cars. The automaker is bringing in 20 of its Mirai hydrogen fuel cell cars …

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Green Hydrogen in the Energy Mix being overstated?

Clean hydrogen has emerged in the past few years as a would-be Swiss army knife of climate solutions — able to help decarbonise transport, heating and heavy industry, as well as provide long-duration energy storage that would enable summer solar power to be used in the depths of winter. Yet …

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