Daily Archives: September 13, 2021

Future of Hydrogen Mobility on show at H2 Mobility

An ‘air purifying’ hydrogen-fueled tram that can carry 100 people at once. A mobile hydrogen refueling station that can be used in remote areas. A hydrogen-powered car that can recognize a driver’s voice and change the position of the steering wheel. Visitors encountered all these at South Korea’s hydrogen industry …

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Bloom Partners with Solar Energy Company on H2

Bloom, based in San Jose, CA, has a manufacturing site in Newark. The company will join Heliogen in the venture. Heliogen has raised $108 million. Investors include Microsoft founder Bill Gates. According to a Bloom Blog post, the partnership will combine Heliogen’s artificial intelligence-powered Sunlight Refinery solar power generation system with the  Bloom Electrolyzer. The …

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Hyundai vows to Make Hydrogen Cars as Cheap as EVs

Hyundai Motor Group on Tuesday unveiled a new hydrogen vision that includes plans to make hydrogen vehicles as cheap as electric vehicles within 10 years. During “Hydrogen Wave,” the automaker’s first global hydrogen event, Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Euisun laid out his 20-year vision for hydrogen fuel cells and …

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German Draft Law Looks at H2 Grid Access Fees

Germany’s regulated hydrogen grids will be allowed a higher return on equity than the operators of gas or power grids, according to draft legislation presented today by the ministry of economic affairs and energy. Consultation for the draft law on hydrogen grid access fees will last until 10 September. The …

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Scottish Government Launches – Net – Zero – Strategy

The Scottish Government has laid out a plan to lead the country’s “economic transformation” towards a net-zero economy over the next decade. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a string of cash funds to help public transport, homes and the regions most reliant on oil and gas sectors make the change …

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