Monthly Archives: May 2021

Total moves into H2 Mobility – French Taxi and Fueling

The fleet of hydrogen taxis, operating in the Paris region, are fueled by a dedicated network of Hysetco stations which it plans to expand in the coming years, Total said in a statement. Total will make its own network of service stations available to Hysetco as part of this expansion. …

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World’s Largest Oil Region to Become Hydrogen Hub?

The biggest oil-exporting region in the world, the Middle East, has set its sights on becoming a major clean energy exporter of green hydrogen. The largest oil producers in the Arab Gulf have jumped on the hydrogen bandwagon — especially its so-called green variety produced from water electrolysis using electricity …

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New Zealand’s plans for a Green Aviation Future

Aviation makes up a significant part of our carbon footprint, and biofuel plays a big role in Air New Zealand’s plan to reduce those emissions. Over the past year-and-a-bit, New Zealand has experienced the benefits of being an isolated island nation. Our big Pacific moat proved to be a pretty …

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Hydrogen Mobility – A H2 – Fueled Future

Electric cars get all the attention, but truckmakers are also under pressure to shift from fossil fuels to electricity. A prototype of Daimler’s GenH2 hydrogen-powered truck. Daimler has set a goal of selling trucks powered by hydrogen fuel cells by 2027.Credit…Daimler Carmakers have been promising to scrap the internal combustion engine, and now …

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£166M Boost for Green Tech and 60,000 UK jobs

The government has announced a £166 million cash injection to create 60,000 jobs in green technology.  The multi-million-pound investment, awarded to innovators, businesses, academics and heavy industry across the UK, will accelerate the delivery of the critical game-changing technologies needed to further drive Britain’s climate change ambitions.  It will develop technologies in …

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Building a ‘Hydrogen Hub’ in San Juan New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A team of veteran energy developers is putting the building blocks in place to potentially convert San Juan County into a “hydrogen hub” to supply clean electricity to western utilities, plus non-carbon fuel for vehicles and industrial processes. Libertad Power Project LLC says it could have its …

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French Parliamentary Office Looks at Hydrogen

France’s Parliamentary Office for evaluation of scientific and technological options (OPECST – L’Office parlementaire d’évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques), comprising representatives of both the National Assembly (lower house) and the Senate, on 15 April adopted scientific note No 25 on “Methods of producing hydrogen”. The paper was released on 18 May. While …

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Scotland’s Green and H2 – Hydrogen Highlands

The Port of Cromarty Firth has signed a deal to bring green hydrogen across the North Sea from Norway to the Highlands. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Norwegian firm Gen2 Energy AS will create a commercial pathway to import green hydrogen from Norway into the UK energy market. The …

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Hydrogen Trucks Start Rolling Into Europe !

South Korea’s Hyundai Motor plans to ship a new series of fuel-cell trucks to Europe later this year, turning up the heat on rivals in a battle to test the viability of hydrogen-powered heavy goods transport. A new class of the Xcient Hyundai truck, equipped with more efficient fuel cells …

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