Daily Archives: July 14, 2021

Japan’s Tsuneishi Completes Hydrogen-Powered Ferry

Japanese shipbuilder Tsuneishi Facilities and Craft has completed delivery of a hydrogen-powered passenger ferry for Japanese-Belgium joint venture JPN H2YDRO. The 80-passenger ferry HydroBingo, built by Tsuneishi at its Urasaki plant in Hiroshima prefecture’s Onomichi, was commissioned yesterday. The 19 gross tonne catamaran is equipped with two dual-fuel hydrogen-diesel combustion engines …

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The New Frontiers of Hydrogen Production – China

In the traditional hydrogen production industry, hydrogen is derived from fossil fuels. It is the most widely used method and there are mature technologies and industrial devices for this purpose. The methods mainly include hydrogen production by partial oxidation of heavy oil, by natural gas steam and by coal gasification. …

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Siemens starts construction of 8.75 MW Hydrogen Plant

Siemens has started construction of an 8.75 MW electrolyzer plant in Germany to be operational in summer 2023. The PEM electrolyzer at Wunsiedel in Bavaria is to produce 1,350 mt/year of hydrogen using only renewable electricity.”The WUN H2 project is an important contribution to implementing Bavaria’s hydrogen strategy,” Bavaria’s economy …

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Hyzon Deepens Hydrogen mobility partnership with TotalEnergies SE

ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 12 -,Hyzon Motors Inc. announced today it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with TotalEnergies (NYSE: TTE) through its Marketing & Services division. The MoU reinforces the two companies’ shared commitment to evaluate and develop hydrogen refueling and vehicle supply solutions for long-haul transport to customers across …

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