Daily Archives: September 18, 2021

Beijing Led City Cluster to Demo Hydrogen Economy

A Beijing-led city cluster has been appointed an FCEV demonstration cluster. Starting this year and running throughout 2025, at least 5,300 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will be deployed in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region to play out ten scenarios designed to exhibit global influence. The most prominent use case will likely be …

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California Dreaming – Hundred H2 Stations by 2023.

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) predicts the continued slow expansion of hydrogen infrastructure in the state. It recently issued a report projecting 100 retail hydrogen stations in operation in the state by the end of 2023.That exceeds expectations, a CARB press release said, and anticipates that development of the California …

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20MW UK Green Hydrogen Project Receives Funding

Uniper, Siemens Energy, Toyota Tsusho and Associated British Ports (ABP) have successfully secured matched UK Government funding to study producing green hydrogen to decarbonise the Port of Immingham (pictured). The finance from the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, funded by the Department for Transport and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK …

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Sustainable Energy—A Hidden Agenda of Russia’s 2021

The Sixth Eastern Economic Forum 2021 (EEF-2021), which convened delegations from 60 countries, took place this September, in Vladivostok, at the Far Eastern Federal University. A symbol of Russia’s “Pivot to Asia” strategy and its growing socio-economic, business, and cultural integration in the Asia-Pacific region, the EEF was inaugurated in …

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BMW – Hyundai Bank on H2 as complement to battery

Hydrogen fuel cells have received two big boosts as BMW took the wraps off its new iX5 fuel-cell prototype and Hyundai announced a wide-ranging investment in hydrogen fuel cells aiming to “popularise” this propulsion alternative by 2040. The Korean manufacturer intends to make fuel cells for private cars, as well as a universal option …

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