Monthly Archives: May 2021

Russia Develops Luxury Hydrogen Limousine AURUS

Hydrogen-Powered Aurus Luxury Car Developed – Russian Minister Russia’s State Research Center NAMI developed a hydrogen-powered luxury car Aurus, Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said on Monday. Batch production of the Aurus Senat convertibles was launched at a factory in Tatarstan’s town of Yelabuga. The producer earlier said that …

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U.S. Cummins Plans Plant for Hydrogen kit in Spain

MADRID – U.S. engine maker Cummins said on Monday it would build a plant in Spain to make electrolyser systems that will be used to produce green hydrogen, a zero-carbon fuel that advocates hope can help wean economies off planet-warming power sources. Cummins said in a statement it would spend …

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Sinopec to Launch Green Hydrogen Project in Mongolia

Chinese state-controlled oil giant Sinopec, said it expects to launch its first green hydrogen project, a zero-carbon fuel generated from renewable energy sources, in the Inner Mongolia region in 2022. The company, China’s largest hydrogen producer, also said it will focus on fossil fuel-based hydrogen output over the next five …

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Las Vegas, Nevada Hydrogen Plant Completed In 2021

The facility will provide H2 for FCVs and will support the zero-emission transportation mix. International industrial gas company Air Liquide (EPA stock symbol AI) now expects that its new Nevada hydrogen fuel plant in North Las Vegas construction will be completed by November 2021. This new plant will be constructed …

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Hydrogen Fuel Costs – Daimler, Volvo seek Huge Cuts

Daimler Trucks and Volvo AB said on Thursday they aim jointly to cut the costs of hydrogen fuel cells by a factor of five or six by 2027 as they seek to make the zero-emission technology commercially viable for long-haul trucking. But even if cellcentric, the fuel-cell joint venture the …

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“Hydrogen for the Sea” campaign, support in Costa Rica

Ailcargo Inc has begun working with Costa Rican company Ad Astra Servicios Energéticos y Ambientales (AASEA) led by Costa Rican engineer and astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang Díaz. The two companies are supporting the “Hydrogen for the Sea” campaign that will promote the development and implementation of hydrogen fuel cells in the maritime industry. The “Hydrogen for the …

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EU Puts $500 Billion on the table to fund H2 Projects.

Passengers boarding a hydrogen-powered train in Leipzig, Germany. (Peter Endig/DPA/AFP via Getty Images) On Wednesday, a dazzling light show of swirling windmills and dancing suns projected onto the Eiffel Tower announced France’s entry into the hydrogen age with the words “Le Paris de l’hydrogène” flashing in blue at the tower’s …

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Gas Giants vying to stay relevant – ride Green Wave

  The global gas industry is in an existential race: either find a way to be part of the next generation of energy or risk getting supplanted by alternatives. BP Plc, Sinopec, Equinor ASA and Royal Dutch Shell Plc are among the producers looking to hydrogen to help secure demand that otherwise may falter as …

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Germany investing €8-B in Large Hydrogen Projects

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics (BMWi) and the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) selected 62 large-scale hydrogen projects this week, which are to be state-funded as part of a joint European hydrogen project (Important Project of Common European Interest, IPCEI). We are making Germany a hydrogen country. In doing so, we are …

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Kobayashi: Hydrogen car finish ‘like Win in Old days’

Kamui Kobayashi says that Toyota’s hydrogen-powered car finishing last weekend’s Fuji 24 Hours is an achievement comparable to a “win in the old days” of endurance racing. Toyota entered a Corolla Sport with an internal combustion engine specially converted to burn compressed hydrogen in last weekend’s blue riband race of …

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