Daily Archives: July 10, 2021

BBC Natural History uses a 250kW – H2 Power Unit

Making another TV first, BBC Studios Natural History Unit announces that a 250kW Hydrogen Power Unit (HPU) powered each of its 12 live Springwatch broadcasts over the course of the show’s 3 week run from May 25 to June 11 with 100% clean energy. After making broadcasting history earlier this …

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Game On – Hydrogen – New York Vs New Jersey

Well, whaddaya know. No sooner does New Jersey let slip that it has a new green hydrogen pilot project in the works, when here comes archrival New York right across the river with a whole truckload of green hydrogen news. And they do mean green hydrogen from renewable resources, not …

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A Cool $1 Million for H2 – to University of Louisiana

U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) announced $1 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) to advance clean hydrogen technologies. ULL will develop high-performance metal-supported solid oxide electrolysis cells and innovative diagnostic methodologies to achieve net-zero or negative emissions. …

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China’s HyPower Picks Air Liquide’s H2 Technology

Beijing HyPower has completed the installation of eight hydrogen dispensers at its Daxing hydrogen station using technology provided by Air Liquide, the French industrial gases major said this week. The Daxing facilities have the capacity to produce 4.8 tonnes/day of hydrogen and refuel up to 600 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, …

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Kazakhstan Unveils Ambitious Green-Hydrogen Project

Kazakhstan hopes to build the world’s largest green-hydrogen project, which could – in the distant future – help Nur-Sultan meet its clean-energy promises. Swedish-German renewables firm Svevind unveiled plans last month for 45 GW of wind and solar capacity in central and western Kazakhstan. Financing has not yet begun and …

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