Daily Archives: June 21, 2021

Hydrogen Fuels Australia partners with Europeans

Hydrogen Fuels Australia is partnering with European companies to launch what is claimed to be Australia’s first modular hydrogen production and integrated fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) refueling facility. In partnership with Skai Energies, Swedish firm Nilsson Energy, Plug Power and Danish company Green Hydrogen Systems, Hydrogen Fuels Australia is …

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US Department of Energy Initiative to Lower H2 Cost

Cost declines are seen as being critical to meaningful penetration of low carbon hydrogen – and this has been leading to ever more ambitious long term targets. In a March 11 Future Energy Outlooks Special Report, S&P Global Platts Analytics discussed challenging industry targets of renewable hydrogen cost of Eur1.50/kg by 2030 …

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DNV and Keppel Offshore & Marine in Singapore

The overall aim of the collaboration is to explore the safe implementation of potential new technologies, working jointly with relevant governmental agencies to promote the introduction of hydrogen as an energy source in the Singapore market to support the country’s decarbonization goals. Together, DNV and Singapore-based Keppel O&M will cooperate …

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MAN acquires 99% stake in H2 Electroyzer firm H-TEC

German-based engine maker MAN Energy Solutions is stepping up its investment in future hydrogen production technology. The company is taking full control of electrolyzer manufacturer H-TEC Systems. MAN, which already held 40 percent of H-TECH from a 2019 deal, is acquiring the controlling stake from majority owner GP Joule. MAN will now …

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The World’s first Hydrogen Hotel opens in Japan

The first hotel on the planet to be powered entirely by waste has been opened by Tokyu Hotels in the Japanese capital. In a breakthrough for sustainable travel, Tokyu Hotels has created the first carbon-neutral hotel in the world to be powered by hydrogen, sourced from waste products. Situated in the city …

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