Daily Archives: July 25, 2021

UC San Diego Receives $35 Million – H2 Hybrid Vessel

California legislators have allocated UC San Diego $35 million to design and build a new coastal research vessel with a first-of-its-kind hydrogen-hybrid propulsion system. The new vessel, which will be operated by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, will serve as a platform for essential education and research …

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Green Hydrogen to Star at Tokyo Olympics 2021

It has been billed as the ‘Hydrogen Olympics’, but organizers of the delayed 2020 Tokyo games — which officially begins on Friday — have had to significantly scale back their original plans for the widespread use of the clean-burning gas.Hydrogen: hype, hope and the hard truths around its role in …

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UK – Multi-Million Pound – H2 Partnership Sealed

A multimillion-pound partnership between Octopus Hydrogen and Luxfer Gas Cylinders – headquartered in Nottingham – could pave the way to make heavy goods transportation and the aviation industries cleaner and greener. Luxfer Gas Cylinders, the manufacturer of high-pressure composite and aluminum cylinders, is joining forces with Octopus Hydrogen – a …

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World’s First Offshore Green Hydrogen on an Oil Platform

A consortium is moving ahead with plans to build the world’s first offshore green hydrogen project on an operational oil or gas platform after receiving a €3.6m ($4.2m) subsidy from the Dutch government. UK independent oil producer Neptune Energy will host the PosHYdon project — which aims to validate the …

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Singapore – New Zealand develop Hydrogen Standards

Singapore and New Zealand will work together to develop standards and certification to allow their hydrogen industries to work together, they have said. The work will help in establishing a supply chain for low carbon and its derivatives, conducting joint research, development and deployment studies, and strengthening networks and partnerships, according …

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