Monthly Archives: May 2021

Hydrogen to Light Up Paris!

    PARIS – The Eiffel Tower is set to be illuminated Tuesday using electricity produced from certified renewable hydrogen. Energy Observer, a company based in the French city of Saint-Malo wants to make the most recognizable landmark in Paris a showcase for its carbon-free technology. “The objective is to …

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Russia offers cooperation with Saudi Arabia on Hydrogen Production

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak on Tuesday offered to work with Saudi Arabia on hydrogen production, speaking during an online meeting of the intergovernmental commission of Russia and Saudi Arabia. “We have a proposal to create a working group on hydrogen energy,” Novak said. Hydrogen has gained traction as …

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Alaska Air looking at Electric and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Alaska Airlines is seeking to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040. With this in mind, it is looking at the utilization of electric aircraft. Nonetheless, the Seattle-based carrier needs to take crucial steps to work towards its targets. Simple Flying spoke with the airline’s director of sustainability, Kirk Myers, about …

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€1.5 Billion of Spain’s Recovery to – Hydrogen Sector

More than €1.5 billion from Spain’s €70 billion recovery plan will be invested in the green hydrogen sector over the next three years. [EFE/Ismael Herrero] Spain has the “best conditions” to become Europe’s green hydrogen hub, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday, EURACTIV’s partner EFE reported. Sanchez spoke hours …

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Norsk Hydro To Install Hydrogen Plants With Everfuel

Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro ASA said this week it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Danish green hydrogen infrastructure firm Everfuel A/S to develop a partnership for developing and delivering renewable hydrogen. Per Hydro, the two companies aim to install and fuel hydrogen electrolyzers throughout Europe. The …

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Cathay Pacific – sets global Net-Zero target – for 2050

Major international airline Cathay Pacific Group has set a 2050 net-zero target and unveiled a three-pronged delivery strategy, based on energy efficiency, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and offsetting. Cathay Pacific operates a fleet of more than 150 aircraft, serving destinations across the US, Asia, Europe and Australia   The new …

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Japanese Engine Makers Plan New Hydrogen Company

The trio of Japanese engine makers working together to develop hydrogen-fueled marine engines will establish a new company to carry out the plan. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Yanmar Power Technology and Japan Engine Corp. announced earlier this year they had formed a consortium to pursue joint development of hydrogen-fueled marine engines for ocean-going …

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Hydrogen race-car takes part in – 24 Hour Endurance

A new kind of eco-friendly vehicle has taken part in a motor race in Japan. The car was developed by Toyota and has a hydrogen-powered engine. Its race track debut comes as efforts by automakers to achieve carbon neutrality continue to cast a spotlight on electric vehicles. A 24-hour endurance …

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Hyundai – Invest Billions in U.S. for EVs – Hydrogen

Through 2025, Hyundai plans to invest $7.4 billion in electric vehicle production, hydrogen energy, and a variety of other future mobility initiatives for the U.S. market. This investment demonstrates our deep commitment to the U.S. market, our dealers, and customers,” said Jose Munoz, CEO of Hyundai Motor North America. “Hyundai …

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