Daily Archives: June 12, 2021

Hydrogen – The Great Connector

Over the last year, pro-and anti-hydrogen lobbies have been waging a proxy war in the media. For some, it’s a miraculous clean-energy solution appropriate for many sectors, and for others, it’s an enormous hoax cooked up by the oil and gas industry to use more methane. The losers in this …

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US Department of Energy launches hydrogen initiative

HOUSTON (ICIS)–The US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a request for information (RFI) for viable hydrogen demonstration, including specific locations, that would help lower the cost of hydrogen. Responses are due by 7 July. The RFI covers hydrogen initiatives in production, resources and infrastructure, as well as other environmental …

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S. Korea’s Major Conglomerates to Set Up Hydrogen Council

SEOUL – The heads of South Korea’s four major conglomerates met Thursday to discuss ways to set up a consultative body on hydrogen in a move that underscored their commitment to fostering the clean energy source. Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Euisun met with SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won, POSCO …

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Green Hydrogen………………… Making the Move

Hydrogen has been the fuel of the future for decades. General Motors developed its first hydrogen-powered vehicle during the space race: The 1966 Electrovan. Now, though, that future has finally arrived. In Europe, hydrogen’s share in the energy mix is projected to grow from less than 2% today to 14% by …

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Research develops seawater cell-based Hydrogen device

SEOUL — South Korea’s state-run research body has developed a device capable of producing hydrogen by utilizing seawater cells, along with a hydrogen gas compressor based on an ionic liquid piston instead of a metal piston. Ionic compression technology is a high-performance solution that is easy to operate. The Korea …

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