Daily Archives: July 19, 2021

Spanish Airline To Power Turboprops With Hydrogen

Spanish regional airline Air Nostrum plans to convert its turboprop aircraft to a hydrogen-driven configuration under a letter of intent (LOI) with Universal Hydrogen announced last week. Under the deal, Air Nostrum would buy 11 turboprop conversion kits from Universal Hydrogen, which consist of a hydrogen fuel cell and electric …

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From Coal to Hydrogen: Rail Travel Is Back In Fashion

IN the early twentieth century rail was a dirty business, burning coal and competing with other transport on the basis of speed, price and luxury. Pollution wasn’t a factor. French train builder Alstom produced steam engines in the 1920s and in due course replaced them with diesel. As train travel …

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New York State – New Hydrogen Demonstration Project

GE and Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC), a natural gas-fired power plant in New York state, are working toward converting the facility to run on 100% hydrogen. The companies said they plan to develop a green hydrogen technology roadmap (H2 Roadmap) and advance a demonstration project to reduce carbon emissions …

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Tokyo – Hydrogen Shows Promise of carbon-free future

Lighting the Olympic cauldron formally marks the end of the torch relay and symbolises the continuity between the ancient and modern Games. At Tokyo 2020, it will also mark the Olympic Movement’s commitment to a more sustainable world: this will be the first time in Olympic history that the Olympic …

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Hydrogen: – Australia’s new liquefied natural gas

Australia aims to be a leading producer and exporter of renewable (“green”) hydrogen by 2030. It is already the world’s largest exporter of coal and the second-largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In response to the climate change challenge, Australia is emulating its own LNG export success in order to …

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