Daily Archives: September 7, 2021

Toyota to Launch Hydrogen-Powered Corolla and Prius

Toyota won’t rely solely on electric cars in the future, and that’s no secret. The largest Japanese automaker follows a different path from European brands and bets on the diversification of propulsion options. This week, Forbes published that the company is preparing to launch an unprecedented hydrogen version for the …

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Korea Shipbuilding to Develop Hydrogen Tanks

SEOUL – Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co. (KSOE) said Monday it will develop liquefied hydrogen tanks for ships alongside top steelmaker POSCO. Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO) and liquefied hydrogen tank maker Hylium Industries Inc. will also participate in the project to develop the tanks, …

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North Sea oil and gas have role in Net Zero Transition

OIL and gas have a role to play in the UK’s transition to net zero, according to the industry body OGUK, as the country faces a stark choice on energy – investing in the offshore industry to build security and jobs, or rely on other countries for its energy needs. A report from …

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Trains, Trucks and Hydrogen

More than 20 countries have announced a ban on internal combustion engines by 2035. But in hard-to-abate sectors like long-haul transport, electrification is not a straightforward alternative, because batteries may not be able to carry a sufficient charge. That means that hydrogen and other hydrogen contained carbon recycle fuels will have …

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Chewing Over the Green-Hydrogen Cooked Sausage

I am standing beside an outbuilding at Callaghan Innovation’s campus in Lower Hutt on a sunny winter’s day, watching engineer Robert Holt chuck a packet of sausages and a red pepper on the barbecue. Not just any barbecue though. This is New Zealand’s only zero-carbon, hydrogen-powered barbecue. To my right …

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