Daily Archives: July 7, 2021

Tokyo – Airlines eye shift to Greener Fuels

Tokyo -Going electric may be one solution for automakers to ride a global decarbonization trend, but for airlines, it is greener fuels that are grabbing their attention. Japan has joined a group of nations in pledging to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 but still lags behind Europe and the United …

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Gothenburg Port build charging – H2 filling stations

Gothenburg’s Port is to implement a set of measures to speed up the transition to fossil-free transport. The initial step will be to have the first open-access facility in the Nordic region for electric charging and hydrogen gas for heavy goods vehicles, operational in 2022. In February, the Tranzero Initiative …

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Nikola’s $50 Million Hydrogen Fuel Investment

The company is pouring money into producing clean H2 for use in trucks at refueling stations. Nikola Corp (NASDAQ stock symbol NKLA) has focused on the West Coast and Midwest for its latest hydrogen fuel investment. It is focusing $50 million on clean H2 to be used in fuel cell trucks by …

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Fleet Assist prepares its garages for hydrogen adopters

Fleet Assist has started to prepare its garage network to support fleets that are early adopters of hydrogen vehicles. So far it has nine garages capable of working on hydrogen powertrains across its 5,100 strong Fleet Assist garage network and has recently received its first call from a company car …

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