Daily Archives: September 26, 2021

Hyundai Heavy Industries Shares Jump above IPO Price

Hyundai Heavy Industries’ shares closed 86% above their initial public offering (IPO) price on their trading debut in South Korea on Friday. The shipbuilder, one of the largest in the world, raised $935 million from its IPO, with much of the proceeds set to fund investments in new technology. A …

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India Pushes Renewables and Green Hydrogen

Prime minister Modi wants country to be energy independent by 2047 and become a global hydrogen hub India has set ambitious targets for renewable energy and green hydrogen generation, aiming to become a global hydrogen hub and reverse its reliance on imported fossil fuels. Source: © Jonas Gratzer/LightRocket/Getty Images India …

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Hydrogen-Powered Lego Toy Cars – Fuel For Thought

Travis Brown with the Lego car created by his St John’s RC Academy team. The hydrogen-powered cars were small but the impact was big when Dundee schoolchildren built and raced Lego vehicles. As they put together their green-energy fuelled vehicles, the young competitors may have taken their first steps as …

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Could Hyzon Motors be the Tesla of Hydrogen Vehicles?

Key Points Hyzon is making hydrogen cells with wide potential applications. Trucking companies and aircraft manufacturers are among its potential current clients. The company may have significant orders from China coming later this year. Hyzon Motors recently saw some big stock market gains. Hydrogen’s appeal is that it is able to …

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Scotland faces an Urgent need for Greener Transport

WITH our transport sector responsible for more than a third of our carbon emissions, decarbonisation of this sector is an urgent priority for Scotland. Much of the technology we need to supercharge our drive to net zero in transport exists in the here and now – hydrogen and electric trains and ferries, …

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