Daily Archives: June 2, 2021

Water Event – Discusses Opportunities – for Hydrogen

Green hydrogen – and how the water sector can engage with this ‘green, clean fuel source’ – was the focus of a recent webinar hosted by water technology firm Isle. At the event, Dr Jenifer Baxter, director for innovation and policy at Protium Green Solutions, gave a rundown of key …

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Hydrogen Fuelled Train to be Showcased – at COP26

Experts at the University of Birmingham have welcomed today’s announcement by Network Rail that it will be showcasing the hydrogen-powered HydroFLEX train at the COP26 Climate Change Conference. HydroFLEX was developed by the University’s Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) in partnership with rolling stock owner and asset manager, Porterbrook Since its first successful …

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Cutting Carbon: The UK Government can reach net zero

The UK Government’s emissions reduction target has recently become even more ambitious. Originally, the target was an 80% reduction in emissions by 2050, under the Climate Change Act. Now, the Government has chosen to implement the advice of the Climate Change Committee (CCC) and has committed to a 78% reduction by …

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Peugeot e-Expert – H2 – plug-in – Hybrid with Fuel Cell

After the e-Expert battery-electric van, Peugeot is now bringing out a version with a smaller battery and fuel cell. We learn a little more technical details than from Opel when they presented the virtually identical Vivaro-e Hydrogen. Three underfloor hydrogen tanks have a capacity of 4.4 kilograms at a pressure …

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1,000 Hydrogen Stations – Japan’s decade – H2 Goal

TOKYO — The Japanese government will include 1,000 hydrogen refueling stations for fuel-cell vehicles deployed across the country by 2030 in a draft of its growth strategy due to be hammered out in June, Nikkei has learned. The plan to increase the stations sixfold from the current level is part …

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