Daily Archives: July 9, 2021

ZeroAvia CEO to Speak at Hydrogen Americas Summit

The Hydrogen Americas Summit hosted a virtual event from June 8 to June 11, 2021, that featured Val Miftakhov, the CEO of ZeroAvia, and several other leaders in the hydrogen energy sector as speakers. Over the course of four days, speakers at different points of the value chain celebrated achievements in …

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Hyundai Signs MoU for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ships

South Korean automaker Hyundai has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with two other South Korean organizations designed at developing and commercializing hydrogen fuel cell systems for marine vessels. It is the first strategic partnership that Hyundai Motor has signed involving its fuel cell system technology in the shipbuilding industry and …

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UAE Seeks Investors to Build H2 Export Facilities

The market for hydrogen is tiny now but could be worth as much as $700bn annually by 2050, according to Bloomberg. State-owned oil firms in the Gulf want to turn their expertise in exporting liquid fuel into shipping hydrogen or ammonia to customers worldwide for electricity, transport and industrial use [File: Sean …

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Hamburg Pioneers research – Hydrogen Fuel in Aviation

Bringing together the energy and mobility sectors, the world’s third-largest aviation centre, Hamburg, is launching a new development platform to test the use of hydrogen for flying. Funded by the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Lufthansa Technik will work with the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the Center for Applied Aeronautical Research …

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Japan’s Muroran Port Eyes Hydrogen Imports via Arctic

Muroran port in northern Japan is targeting to start green hydrogen imports in the 2030s, possibly from northern Europe through the Arctic shipping route, as a step towards achieving its aspiration to become one of the country’s hydrogen hubs. The transport ministry recently approved a revamp plan for Hokkaido’s Muroran …

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To Zero-Emission Transport – with H2 and E Solutions

A new partnership has been announced which promises to introduce next-generation battery technologies to hydrogen-powered transport technology for zero-emission transportation. Image Credit: petrmalinak/Shutterstock.com The France-based international transport and logistics firm, Gaussin, has announced its chosen provider of state-of-the-art battery power for its flagship truck body project. Gaussin will work with Microvast, headquartered in …

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US DoE awards $52.5M to 31 Hydrogen Projects

The US American Department of Energy announced the awarding of $52.5 million to fund 31 projects to advance clean hydrogen technologies and support the recently announced ‘Hydrogen Energy Earthshot’ initiative to reduce costs and accelerate breakthroughs in the hydrogen sector. The Doe funding includes $36 million from the Department’s Office …

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