Daily Archives: September 14, 2021

H2 Fuel Cell Tech in Big Rigs – A promising Future

While Washington chases Wall Street’s obsession with vehicles that get their juice from a plug, we’re glad to see that at least some of the biggest automakers aren’t forgetting the potential that hydrogen holds for transportation — and for humanity. Hyundai raised the stakes on the hydrogen game last week, …

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Hydrogen – Next Dominant Player in Renewables

Hydrogen could become the next dominant player in the renewables space as macro tailwinds drive adoption, affordability and innovation, say BNY Mellon’s Mobility Innovation team Hydrogen technologies, such as fuel cells, which use hydrogen to generate electricity is seeing a rise in growth potential. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES When most people …

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Iwatani, SG H2 to launch H2 transportation system in California

US waste-to-hydrogen company SG H2 Energy has joined forces with Japanese industrial giant Iwatani Corp (TYO:8088) and the City of Lancaster in California to produce green hydrogen from waste paper and recycled water and supply it to the transportation industry. The project is set to create California’s first closed-loop green …

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Hydrogen Strategy: Now’s The Time to Accelerate

The demolition of the chimney stacks at SSE’s Ferrybridge power station on 21 August was a powerful symbol of the progress the UK has made in weaning itself off emitting carbon dioxide. Less than a decade ago, more than 40% of the UK’s electricity was produced from coal-fired power stations like Ferrybridge. …

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Trial of H2 to heat UK homes and university hailed a success

A UK trial to blend 20% hydrogen with 80% methane in Keele University’s grid has shown that it’s possible to safely distribute and use hydrogen in a live grid, as well as cope with fluctuations in demand. The 18-month HyDeploy project, which delivered over 42,000m3 of hydrogen to 130 homes and faculty buildings, has already …

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