Daily Archives: July 22, 2021

Use existing infrastructure for H2 – German Advisors

Germany should refurbish its existing gas pipelines to make them usable for hydrogen transport, the National Hydrogen Council (NWR) says in a new paper on hydrogen transport options and conditions. Citing other analyses, the council says that “the use of existing infrastructure reduces system costs, accelerates realisation, avoids environmental interventions …

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Safety Study – World-first offshore Hydrogen facility

Independent energy expert and assurance provider, DNV, will take the lead in a study to identify environmental, safety and operational risks associated with the world’s first offshore hydrogen production facilities. Green hydrogen for transport and industry producer Lhyfe will team up with engineering school and research centre Centrale Nantes to …

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White paper Exstols Hydrogen for Trucking in Europe

London, UK: A white paper, ‘Need for hydrogen trucking’, sets out the case for hydrogen power for long-haul trucks. The need for hydrogen as the only zero-carbon zero-emission fuel in the heavy-duty trucking sector which can provide a combination of fast refuelling and very long range between refuels, it says. …

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London On Board – Hydrogen-Powered Double-deckers

A fleet of 20 hydrogen double-decker buses has been released onto the streets of London to help cut toxic fumes and tackle climate change. In what is believed to be a first for England, the £12m hydrogen double-decker buses are being introduced on the number 7 route in the capital, …

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H2 Car manufacturer Riversimple Signs Deal with DHL

Hydrogen vehicle manufacturer Riversimple and DHL Supply Chain have announced a partnership to combine sustainable personal transport with green logistics The Welsh firm and DHL have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a focus on bringing sustainable zero emission vehicles to the UK market while designing a green supply chain …

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