Daily Archives: July 23, 2021

Airlines Show Growing Interest in Electric and H2-Powered Aircraft

Several major commercial airlines made headlines this week regarding new investments, partnerships, and ongoing studies of electric and hydrogen-powered aircraft. United Airlines and Icelandair signed separate agreements for next-generation aircraft and hydrogen, while Delta Air Lines CEO commented on the international carrier’s interest in the development of electric vertical takeoff …

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UK Hydrogen and the Route to Market.

How, when and where hydrogen will be produced in enough quantity for trade and supply remain big unknowns. But some of the building blocks are in place. The UK has many of the necessary attributes for a hydrogen market in terms of infrastructure. But as well as the thorny question …

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Germany Utility Giant Uniper – Major Oman H2 Plan

German utility Uniper has joined Belgian contractor DEME Concessions and the Alternative Energy unit of Oman’s national oil company OQ in an ambitious plan to produce huge volumes of green hydrogen and ammonia from wind and solar plants in the Arab Sultanate. Uniper, which is owned by Finnish utility Fortum, …

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Nikola Announces Sales Partnerships Across the USA

The US battery and fuel cell truck developer Nikola has significantly expanded its sales and service in the US. The cooperation with five new independent dealers adds 51 new locations in Texas, Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Florida, Delaware, Virginia and Maryland. Specifically, HOLT Truck Center (7 locations in Texas), …

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Green Hydrogen to Benefit China’s Hard-to-Abate Sectors

China is increasing its policy focus on green hydrogen to support the decarbonisation of hard-to-abate industrial sectors, as part of its zero-emission pledge, particularly in heavy transport and industrial processes, where there are few alternatives to reduce carbon emissions, says Fitch Ratings. We expect a broader hydrogen policy scope to …

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