Daily Archives: July 2, 2021

Heating Homes with H2: Solution to Net – Zero Energy

With around 85% of homes in the UK reliant on gas-fired central heating, the energy used to heat our homes and workspaces accounts for around 17% of the UK’s total carbon emissions. To meet net-zero emissions by 2050, the UK needs to find alternative means of keeping homes warm. Hydrogen could …

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Nanjing-China to Introduce Hydrogen Buses

Nanjing is planning to switch the battery-electric bus fleet (that amounts to no less than 7,000 vehicles) to hydrogen. And a leading bus manufacturer (not specified so far) has placed a order for up US$15 million over a three-year period with Loop Energy, a Canada-based provider of fuel cell solutions …

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£85m Package To Support Low-Carbon Aviation Innovations

Projects developing hydrogen and fully electrified aircraft have secured multi-million-pound funding pots from the UK Government, in the hopes of the nation hosting zero-emission flights by 2023. Image: ZeroAvia Of the £84.6m of funding, delivered through the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), half is being provided by the central government and …

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Equinor to Triple UK Hydrogen Output With New Plant

Norway’s state oil company Equinor will triple its UK hydrogen output, after setting out plans to build the world’s biggest hydrogen production plant with carbon capture and storage technology near Hull. Equinor plans to produce clean-burning “blue hydrogen” to supply the Keadby gas power plant in Lincolnshire, owned by energy …

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