Daily Archives: September 6, 2021

Reused pipelines deliver Net-Zero Future For Europe

The production and export of hydrogen to consumers will play a key role in the UK reaching its climate objectives and net-zero targets. To help make this a reality, affordable hydrogen transport is the focus of a new project part-funded by the Scottish Government and led by the Net Zero …

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First Hydrogen Vehicle lands on the Big Island

Mirai hydrogen cell electric vehicle. (Courtesy photo/Vincent Paul Ponthieux) A Mirai hydrogen cell electric vehicle. (courtesy photo/Vincent Paul Ponthieux) The first hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle has landed on the Big Island, and officials hope many more will follow. The 2017 Toyota Mirai arrived recently at the Puu Waawaa energy …

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India Could Become Green Hydrogen Hub

India could fashion itself into a global hub for the production and import of green hydrogen in the coming years, according to Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh. Speak at the ‘International Climate Summit 2021: Powering India’s Hydrogen Eco System,’ the union minister discussed setting the nation on a path towards …

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CNPC’s first Hydrogen Station in Beijing in Operation

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) recently put its first hydrogen station in Beijing into operation. Jointly built by CNPC and Beiqi Foton Motor Co., Ltd. (Foton), the hydrogen station covers an area of about 1,700 square meters in Changping District. With a daily refueling capacity of 600 kg, it can …

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Using Hydrogen to Backup Wind and Solar Power

According to research supported by the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI), hydrogen-fired power generation can be a cost-effective alternative to backing up solar and wind power. Emre Gençer and Drake D. Hernandez, research scientists at MITEI, have devised a model that allows for a more precise assessment of the advantages and …

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