Daily Archives: July 12, 2021

Hyundai seek Zero-emission Hydrogen trucks

Sick of the road noise and pollution caused by semitrucks barreling down the road near your house? They could soon be harder to hear, and healthier for you and for the planet. The 3.7 million heavy-duty trucks that ship goods to consumers, haul raw materials across the country and transport components …

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Zero-Carbon Shipping: A Sea Of Opportunities

KARACHI: The obstruction of the Suez Canal earlier this year served as a vivid reminder of the importance of maritime transport for economies around the globe. The blockage was resolved within a matter of days, but a much more existential challenge remains for the shipping industry. The maritime industry is under increasing …

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Hydrogen Can become Ukraine’s – Superpower

It is increasingly clear that Ukraine’s efforts to prevent the launch of Nord Stream 2 are faltering. Too many large economic interests are at stake. While Ukraine seeks financial support and security assurances from the EU, its best long-term answer to Nord Stream 2 lies not in reliance on the …

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Fossil Fuel Industry – Billions in EU Hydrogen Support

Over €8 billion is being invested in hydrogen and “renewable gas” projects in southern Europe using EU Covid-19 recovery funds, thanks to extensive lobbying by the fossil fuel industry, a new report has found. The research warns that backing for the supposedly green developments has “thrown a lifeline” to fossil …

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Hyundai Motor to industrialise production of H2

Kia Corporation and Hyundai Motor Company have signed a memorandum of understanding with Next Hydrogen Corporation to find cheap and cost-effective ways to produce clean hydrogen. Next Hydrogen Corporation is a Canadian company and a subsidiary of Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. which specialises in water electrolysis technology to produce cost-effective hydrogen. The aim …

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