Daily Archives: September 5, 2021

Hydrogen Cars Get Boost in China.

Southeast China’s Guangdong province has laid out plans to accelerate the development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs), continuing to enhance its core competitiveness in the new energy vehicle (NEV) industry, according to the province’s development and reform commission. The plans include innovations of the FCV industry chain, such as …

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Energy transition dominates talks – Russian and Asian investors

Energy transition and decarbonization plans dominated talks between Russian and Asian investors at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok. Companies signed several deals on developing cleaner energy and renewables, as well as reducing the carbon footprint of industrial production and shipping. Talks also demonstrated that Russia’s Far East is becoming …

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Call for Mandatory Requirements for New Marine Fuels

Helle Hammer, Chair of the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) Policy Forum, has argued that the shipping industry ‘urgently needs’ International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulation and Class rules on the implementation and use of new marine fuel types such as hydrogen and ammonia. In a statement issued by the …

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Los Angeles H2 Hub developers – Map Role For Gas

Both dedicated hydrogen lines and the existing natural gas pipeline grid will be critical to making a proposed Los Angeles green hydrogen hub viable, according to the Green Hydrogen Coalition, one of the project’s chief developers. The insight was one of several findings the Green Hydrogen Coalition, or GHC, shared …

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