Daily Archives: September 21, 2021

H2 Fuel Cell Triumph over Battery e-Cars in Australia?

GALLERY7 The prevailing view that the majority of the world’s new-car fleet will be battery-powered may be correct in terms of the near future, but the development of hydrogen technology is ramping up. Car makers are putting greater investment and resources into hydrogen, which is growing alongside the massive efforts that are …

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First Czech H2 refueling station to launch in Prague

The first public hydrogen refueling stations in the Czech Republic will be launched by the end of the year, according to a Lidovky.cz report. The Unipetrol Group will create two stations in Prague and Litvínov, with plans to develop more refueling stations in the future. While hydrogen vehicles have been available to …

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Britain ‘Can Overtake EU in Hydrogen Energy Race

Britain can overtake its European rivals to take a lead in the hydrogen power race following its departure from the EU, according to the boss of Italian energy giant Snam. Marco Alverà, a prominent hydrogen advocate, said the flexibility of Brexit will give the UK “first mover” advantage. “Here [in the EU] …

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Solar-Powered Mobile Home – No Fuel – No wiring

lar Team Eindhoven has unveiled what they describe as the first solar-powered mobile home, called Stella Vita. Described by the Eindhoven University of Technology team as a “self-sustaining house on wheels”, Stella Vita can generate solar energy independent of charging stations while allowing passengers to shower, watch TV, charge their laptops …

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Middle East Oil Producers Make Pivot Towards Renewables

Weaning the world off hydrocarbons to fight climate change is this generation’s biggest challenge. It is a challenge that has pushed major OECD members to adopt far-reaching strategies, such as the EU Green Deal or the UK’s future ban on new gasoline-powered cars. Yet demand for oil and gas continues …

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Netherlands – plenty of reasons To Go For Hydrogen

The Dutch government has great ambitions for hydrogen. The National Hydrogen Program demonstrates that the government wants to go all-out for hydrogen as the energy system of the future. But how is our hydrogen society and economy faring? In the summer series ‘The Netherlands, Hydrogen Land’, we discuss the current …

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Toyota enters Hydrogen Engine Corolla in another race

Toyota Motor Corporation is entering a vehicle equipped with a developmental hydrogen-powered engine (earlier post) at the five-hour-long Super Taikyu Series 2021 Powered by Hankook Round 5 Suzuka S-tai, which takes place this weekend. Just as in Round 3 and Round 4, the vehicle will be entered under the ORC ROOKIE Racing …

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