Daily Archives: July 8, 2021

Britten-Norman is Betting on H2 Hydrogen Skies

Known for its enduring, no-nonsense, short take-off and landing (STOL) Islander – an aircraft it has been building since the 1960s – tiny Britten-Norman might seem an unlikely trailblazer in commercial aviation’s quest for sustainability. Source: Britten-Norman Britten-Norman believes that a hydrogen-powered Islander could be its core offering by the …

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World First Autonomous Hydrogen Vehicle

Today, the world’s first autonomous hydrogen vehicle, created by the Estonian enterprise Auve Tech in cooperation with University of Tartu researchers, was presented to the public for the first time in Tartu. The first passenger on the hydrogen vehicle was the President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid. The hydrogen shuttle, which …

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US Locomotives burn 3.5 Billion gallons of Diesel annually

Colossal freight locomotives are a fixture of the American landscape, but their 4,400-horsepower engines collectively burn 3.5 billion gallons of diesel annually, at a time when railroads and other fossil fuel users face pressure to reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. With little fanfare, however, the industry has begun operating …

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EU faces calls – Reduce Barriers to Hydrogen Fuel Use

The Renewable Hydrogen Coalition and Hydrogen Europe have signed a joint call. The Renewable Hydrogen Coalition and Hydrogen Europe recently signed a joint call to boost EU hydrogen fuel use by addressing structural problems creating barriers to deployment. They are calling for the European Commission to take action on critical …

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