Monthly Archives: October 2021

Japan – Propose 2050 Zero-Emission for Shipping

Tokyo Japan will propose to the International Maritime Organization the target of making container ships and other vessels for international shipping emit effectively no greenhouse gas by 2050, 50 years ahead of the current target, the transport ministry said Tuesday. In its effort to have the envisaged new goal be …

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Full Steam Ahead with Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

With a constant stream of exciting announcements, major collaborations, significant investments, and larger and larger deployments, the hydrogen and fuel cell industries are making waves and showing no signs of stopping. There are many reasons why. As hydrogen and fuel cell technologies continue to prove to be viable low-to-zero emission …

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Hydrogen – Energy Source could Soon Fall in Price

The idea of ​​using hydrogen energy, as well as the chemical elements themselves, has long come to mind. The first hydrogen fuel cells appeared 182 years ago. However, using hydrogen as an energy source never took off. In its gaseous form, it is abundant. Must be separated from water and …

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Norway – NOK 50 million Support for fuel cell development

Lysaker, Norway – TECO (OSE: TECO) has been granted NOK 50 million in Norwegian government support for its development of hydrogen fuel cells, which will lead to the creation of up to 500 new jobs in northern Norway by 2030 and contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. “What TECO 2030 …

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Hydrogen backer Forrest urges Fuel Subsidy Fairness

Australian mining billionaire Andrew Forrest called ahead of next week’s COP26 climate talks for governments to ensure massive existing subsidies for fossil fuels did not undermine the drive for clean alternatives such as green hydrogen. Forrest, whose Fortescue Metals Group aims to become carbon-neutral by 2030, has been travelling the …

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China’s first Hydrogen Hybrid locomotive Starts Trial

The first China-developed hydrogen fuel cell hybrid locomotive started a trial run on Friday on a railway line for coal transport in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The hydrogen energy locomotive project was jointly launched by the Inner Mongolia subsidiary of the State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC), CRRC …

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Wrightbus H2 Double Decker in ’Green’ Roadshow

The UK Hydrogen Roadshow, a partnership between bus manufacturer Wrightbus, hydrogen distribution firm Ryze Hydrogen, and hydrogen production company INEOS through its INOVYN subsidiary, will see the world’s first hydrogen double decker bus, the Wrightbus Hydroliner, travel a 600-mile route as it makes its way from London to Glasgow for …

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Toyota Tests Hydrogen Combustion Engine in Race Car

Tokyo – Toyota said on Monday that it is testing a hydrogen-burning engine in a race car as it works towards using the technology in commercial products. Such engines, like rockets, burn hydrogen instead of gasoline. Japanese automakers said they could collect data and try to solve problems in the field …

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Silversea debut Hybrid H2 Powered Vessel in 2023

This ship is said to be the cruise industry’s first such vessel, with the hybrid solution enabling the ship to be local emissions-free while docked at ports. The new class of vessels, named Project Evolution, will use a trio of power sources, including the fuel cell system, battery technology and …

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The Race to use Hydrogen to Heat our Homes

One evening in September, Elizabeth Thompson popped a pie in the oven for dinner. To her surprise, not only did it cook more quickly than usual, but the inner envelope of the flame on the gas stove was a bright orange rather than the usual blue. She smiled because she …

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