Daily Archives: June 19, 2021

University of California Irvine’s Views on Hydrogen

As a Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace and Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of California Irvine, Jack Brouwer is keenly aware of the challenge of informing the public and policymakers about the crucial role of hydrogen in achieving our zero-emissions goals. In his role as the Director of …

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Toyota Mirai Review: the Hydrogen Car Comes of Age

Chicken: meet egg. Our feathered fowl is the new Toyota Mirai, the UK’s only fuel-cell production car. The egg is the hydrogen network needed to refuel it. Which comes first? It’s clucking complicated. As the 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars looms, the likes of Ford, Jaguar …

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Britain can win the race for Hydrogen Supremacy

Japan has made an unprecedented commitment to hydrogen power as an alternative energy source, investing US$19.2 billion in the technology in new funding alone. As first out of the starting blocks, Japan has staked its claim as the world leader in the industry. We are at a critical juncture, however, …

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The Green Hydrogen Ecosystem for Aviation, Explained

Transitioning green hydrogen from a niche player to a competitive and widespread low-carbon energy juggernaut will require significant investment to scale up capacity. And signs point to a positive trend on this point. The International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Hydrogen Projects Database counts nearly 320 new green hydrogen production demonstration projects worldwide. This …

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GM Accerates Hydrogen Fuel Cell Projects

General Motors on Wednesday announced plans for two additional United States battery factories and new hydrogen fuel-cell projects as part of a $35 billion investment in green technology through 2025.The two newly-announced battery-cell plants will complement factories in Ohio (supplying the GMC Hummer EV and Chevrolet Silverado EV) and Tennessee (supplying the Cadillac Lyriq) that are already …

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