Daily Archives: July 27, 2021

Russia Gathers Firms to develop Hydrogen Industry

The Russian government has established a working group of industrial firms and ministries to design and implement a plan for the country to secure a share in global hydrogen production and trade. The working group unites state-run and some privately-owned firms from a range of industries with the ministries of …

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New Zealand could have World First’s Green H2 Factory

The fate of Tiwai Point in Southland has been the subject of plenty of speculation, prompted by the news the smelter would be closing down in 2024, costing the region around 1000 jobs. Now it’s been reported that two New Zealand energy companies, Meridian Energy and Contact Energy, are investigating …

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Russian PM creates Hydrogen Working Group

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has created a hydrogen working group in what is seen as an attempt to respond to energy transition demands in its major energy export markets in Europe and Asia. The initiative underscores the dominant view in Russia that its own future production of hydrogen will …

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H2 Auto Giant Fights Climate Regulations to Buy Time.

The Toyota Prius hybrid was a milestone in the history of clean cars, attracting millions of buyers worldwide who could do their part for the environment while saving money on gasoline. But in recent months, Toyota, one of the world’s largest automakers, has quietly become the industry’s strongest voice opposing …

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$173trn Energy Spend Puts Japan’s on Hydrogen High

Torrential floods ravaging Europe and China and infernal heat and forest fires in the North American northwest and Siberia added new urgency to the need to shift away from climate change-fuelling fossil power production around the world as the COP26 conference looms. HYDROGEN: HYPE, HOPE AND HARD TRUTHS Will hydrogen be …

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