Daily Archives: July 15, 2021

Maryland Startup Developing Charging Stations

Tesla fans, be sure to tune in. A startup from Hyattsville, Maryland, is developing technology for charging stations that refuel hydrogen-powered vehicles. Less common than battery-powered or combustion-engine cars, hydrogen vehicles have their own brag-worthy traits. Using hydrogen fuel instead of gasoline, they only emit water vapor and warm air. That …

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Irish €2.4m – Hydrogen Buses In Drive For Clean Fuel

Three of the world’s first double-decker hydrogen fuel-cell-electric buses will be brought into service on one of Dublin’s public transport routes from next week. Built by Wrightbus near Ballymena in Co Antrim, the buses cost €800,000 each and will operate on Bus Éireann services between Dublin and Ratoath, Co Meath. …

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Canada Invests in H2 Fuel stations for Commercial Fleets

AZTEC project funding includes $2.3M in government funding, $6.9M in funding from partners, including Dana Inc. The Canadian government is investing $2.3 million in the Alberta Zero-Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration (AZETEC) project. Officials say the project will support a “clean energy future” that strengthens the economy, creates middle-class jobs and …

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Universal Hydrogen in Zero-Carbon Plane Deals

PARIS, July 13 (Reuters) – Universal Hydrogen, a U.S. firm that aims to do for clean fuel what Nespresso did for coffee, is poised to announce preliminary hydrogen deals with airlines including Icelandair (ICEAIR.IC) as it looks at a possible listing as early as next year. Europe’s Airbus (AIR.PA) has captured attention with a …

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Hydrogen Creates New Opportunities – Auto Industry

The global auto industry has had a friendly relationship with oil and gas stakeholders for more than 100 years, but things are taking a sharp turn. Electric vehicles are enabling car makers to shake off the legacy of fossil energy, and that includes producing green hydrogen for fuel call electric …

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