Daily Archives: July 17, 2021

Could Hydrogen Power Turn Air Travel Green?

Have you been scanning airline websites for exotic destinations to which your double-jabbed status might allow you to slip away in August? I certainly have, but I’ve ruled out the parts of Canada and the United States that are stricken by record-breaking heatwaves and forest fires — and I’m wondering …

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Chevron – Cummins Collaboration on Hydrogen

Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron Products Company division (Chevron), and Cummins Inc., a global power and hydrogen technologies leader, announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore a strategic alliance to develop commercially viable business opportunities in hydrogen and other alternative energy sources. “Working with Chevron to advance hydrogen …

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Russia Kola NPP Builds Test Facility for Hydrogen

There are multiple reasons for utilizing electricity from the nuclear power plant in northwestern Russia to produce hydrogen, Rosatom argues: The calculated surplus of generated energy, the low cost of running the complex, and the availability of vital infrastructure and expertise in small-quantity hydrogen production in Kola. According to Rosatom, “the project is …

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Is Hydrogen The World’s New Oil?

The Tokyo Olympics, assuming they go ahead later this month, will be powered by a fuel with ambition – hydrogen. The Olympic flame is already burning it. The Olympic village will be powered by hydrogen made at a solar power plant in the exclusion zone created after the Fukushima nuclear accident a …

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