Daily Archives: July 21, 2021

Towards the Hydrogen Economy Future

Hydrogen is a transportable and storable energy vector that can be derived from various energy sources. It has a broad span of industrial applications, ranging from refineries to ammonia and methanol production. Its requirement as a feedstock to chemical and steelmaking processes currently represents a strong use case for hydrogen. …

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Two Cities – World’s First Hydrogen Municipalities

Today, the two Mayors signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in their respective cities, marking their efforts toward the world’s first bilateral agreement by municipalities to use hydrogen as their green energy strategy. The online event, which took place simultaneously in Japan and the United States, was attended by global environmental dignitaries including Alex …

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Germany eyes Ukrainian Green Hydrogen

Germany is interested in importing green hydrogen from Ukraine, the head of Ukrainian national gas company Yuriy Vitrenko told local television on July 17. Vitrenko said the matter was discussed during talks this month between Ukraine and Germany in Berlin. “In Ukraine there are really huge opportunities for the development of …

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Siemens Build World’s Most Sustainable Car Factory

Siemens’ engineers and digital tools have accelerated hydrogen car maker Riversimple’s ambition to build the world’s most sustainable car factory in Mid Wales. Using a 48-hour virtual hackathon Siemens leveraged its engineering talent and digital tools to optimise design for the new production facility due to open in 2024. The …

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Shipbuilding Industries agree Steps to Carbon Neutrality

By Baek Byung-yeulWith extreme weather events such as floods, heat waves and polar vortex leakages hitting the planet, attention is shifting towards achieving carbon neutrality in many industry sectors, and the shipbuilding and shipping industries are no exception.At the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) meeting in June, members of the UN …

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