Daily Archives: September 1, 2021

Going Green On The Deep Blue Sea

“We don’t believe in more fossil fuels,” Morten Bo Christiansen, vice president and head of decarbonization, said in an interview. “A lot of our customers are very, very supportive of this.” Shipping, the backbone of global trade, accounts for almost 3% of man-made carbon dioxide emissions. The level has been …

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BMW will Showcase the iX5 Hydrogen Car at Munich

It’s safe to say things have been rather quiet on the motor show front since the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Ever since the anchors were put on the Geneva Motor Show last March, just days before it was due to take place, there haven’t been any major events of this …

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Ev and Fuel Cell – Extreme race car wins in Greenland

Andretti United have won the electric car Extreme E race in Greenland, in the team’s first win for the season. The UK’s Catie Munnings and Sweden’s Timmy Hansen took first place for Andretti, seeing off Rosberg Xtreme Racing’s Johann Kristoffersson and Molly Taylor. Riding over rough terrain, at high speeds, …

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USA – Chevron invests in Green Hydrogen in Bay Area

Hydrogen, considered a key component in the Bay Area’s energy transition, will be produced right here at the Republic Services landfill in Richmond starting next year, thanks in large part to an investment by Chevron and other partners.  Last week, renewable fuels company Raven SR Inc. announced a $20 million …

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Hydrogen-Powered Planes Aren’t Just Pie in the Sky

It’s impossible to turn the clock back on the industrial and technological gains of the last couple of hundred years, but at the same time, it’s increasingly clear that we need to prevent further damage to the planet. For individuals, flying is one of the most polluting activities they can …

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Blue Hydrogen: Who to Believe?

Opinion  It is all too often incredibly difficult to determine the truth in this day and age, especially in the murky worlds of politics and Big Business. Believing what is put in front of one is becoming increasingly difficult. I have devoted more than 30 years to the world of …

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