Daily Archives: July 16, 2021

Linde Onstream – in H2 Texas

Linde has started up a 30 tonnes per day liquid hydrogen plant in La Porte, Texas, marking the company’s fifth liquid hydrogen plant in the US. Brought onstream to meet growing market demands, the liquefier will take hydrogen from Linde’s approximately 600km US Gulf Coast pipeline. The hydrogen will then …

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Hydrogen engine pioneer bringing 135 jobs to Scotland

The boss of hydrogen engine firm Arcola Energy has set out his vision to transform heavy goods vehicles with 135 staff in Dundee. Arcola Energy is based at Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP), where it will develop zero emission engines for vehicles and trains. The potential of hydrogen in the …

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Sales of New Diesel Lorries – Banned from 2040

Sales of new diesel HGVs will be stopped from 2040 as part of the Government’s drive for the UK to become carbon neutral by 2050. Sales of new lorries weighing between 3.5 and 26 tonnes with engines will be banned in 2035. One possible alternative to HGV diesel engines would …

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Deutsche Bahn Begins Rapid Hydrogen Refuelling Tests

Deutsche Bahn’s mobile filling station will enable the rapid refuelling of hydrogen trains within 15 minutes, paving the way for climate neutrality. Credit: Deutsche Bahn Deutsche Bahn (DB) has announced that it is testing a new type of rapid refuelling system for its first hydrogen filling station. The first system of this type, …

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Universal Hydrogen Wants To Fly H2 Planes In 4 Years

California-based startup Universal Hydrogen is planning on making hydrogen-powered commercial flights a reality within the next four years. Ahead of a possible 2022 stockmarket listing, the innovative company intends to use hydrogen to power small regional aircraft. Ravn Alaska is looking to use hydrogen to power its DASH-8s. Photo: Ravn …

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Airbus Bets on Hydrogen, Boeing Opts for Pragmatism

As Winston Churchill might have quipped, sustainable fuels are the worst way of greening the aviation industry, except for all other ways. On Wednesday, Boeing said it is investing in scaling up the production of such fuels through a partnership with SkyNRG. The Dutch firm is launching North American operations, …

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