Monthly Archives: October 2021

UK Trial Hydrogen Zero Emissions Jet in global first

British engineers are set to begin trialling a green commercial passenger jet in a global first. It comes as the aviation industry, which produces around 2 per cent of all human-induced carbon dioxide emissions, seeks solutions to decarbonise airlines. The Cop26 summit in Glasgow in November will also be pivotal for improving …

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TÜV SÜD Korea Participate in Hydrogen Tram Project

TÜV SÜD Korea will participate in the ‘hydrogen-electric tram demonstration project’ implemented by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of South Korea, which aims to expand automotive-centred hydrogen mobility to railways and carve out a position on the global environmentally-friendly tram market. Proactively pioneering on domestic and overseas …

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UBC – Home to $23 million Renewable Energy Hub

A block-sized space on the corner of Wesbrook Mall and Thunderbird Boulevard will soon be transformed into a smart energy district and home to BC’s “first hydrogen refuelling station for light- and heavy-duty vehicles.” The project is spearheaded by Mérida Labs and led by Dr. Walter Mérida, after receiving $23 million …

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Major Gas Co unveils H2-focused decarbonisation plan

The largest distributor of natural gas in the UK has launched a 10-point decarbonization plan that places a strong emphasis on hydrogen as a low-carbon solution to heating homes and businesses. The largest distributor of natural gas in the UK has launched a 10-point plan that includes commitments to help …

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Nicola – TC Energy – Hydrogen Hubs – US and Canada

Under the agreement, the two companies plan to build plants in the United States and Canada and use the hydrogen fuel produced to power Nikola’s Class 8. Fuel cell Electric vehicles (FCEV) within the next 5 years. The two companies said they are aiming to build a hub that produces more than …

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Decarbonizing Road Transport: A $160 Billion Role

Incorporating a fuel cell into an electric vehicle powertrain, generating electricity from hydrogen, offers a technology pathway that delivers the critical reduction in on-road exhaust emissions whilst overcoming the potential range and charging limitations of battery electric vehicles (BEV). IDTechEx‘s analysis in their new report, “Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles 2022-2042“, forecasts the market …

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German Mission views Ireland for Green Energy Hub

A German delegation has visited Foynes to assess its potential as a green energy hub. German parliamentarian and innovation commissioner for green hydrogen Stefan Kaufmann said the visit was to discuss opportunities for co-operation and collaboration between Ireland and Germany in this area. Green hydrogen is seen as having a key role to play in creating a decarbonised future, …

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A Hydrogen Economy: Green is the new black

Solar panels, wind turbines, and lithium-ion batteries are setting the world on course towards a clean energy future. But to accelerate the pace of change and avert a climate catastrophe, more needs to be done. For one, a potent green fuel that can power buses, cars, trains, and industry is …

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Australia – New $1 Billion-Plus Project – Queensland

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) will build the world’s largest green energy hydrogen manufacturing facility in Central Queensland, mining billionaire and company founder Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest says. Key points: Fortescue Future Industries’ new facility is expected to double the world’s green hydrogen capacity The $1 billion-plus investment is expected bring thousands of …

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