Daily Archives: October 4, 2021

Large hydrogen-powered airliners Will take to the skies.

In May 2021 Clean Sky 2 published its first Technology Evaluator1. One of its main conclusions is that “the main focus on decarbonising aviation should be on short-range aircraft flying distances of less than 4,000km, however with much larger passenger capacity, well over 300, even over 400 passengers in the …

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Nikola signs deal to build hydrogen fueling stations across North America

EV automaker Nikola has signed a memorandum of understanding with OpalFuels to build and operate hydrogen fueling stations across North America. Under the preliminary agreement, the two companies will work to co-develop the technology necessary to accelerate the adoption of fuel-cell electric vehicles. They also plan to explore the use of renewable …

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Bloom Energy – Availability of H2-Powered Fuel Cells

SAN JOSE, Calif – Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) announced the commercial availability of its Hydrogen Energy Servers — 100 percent hydrogen-powered fuel cells that deliver on-site, 24/7, zero-carbon electricity — all in a simple, modular, and flexible design. Orders are being accepted with commercial shipments expected to begin in 2022. Dozens …

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Alstom has received its first order for Hydrogen trains

Soon TERs that run on diesel will become scarce. SNCF announces in a press release that four regions have ordered the first TER Regiolis H2 trains capable of operating both in electric mode by catenary and in hydrogen when the tracks are not electrified. The TER network does not always …

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More green flight technologies win funding

A system for wireless charging electric planes and a project to create swappable battery packs to cut flight turnaround times are two of 15 projects that have received funding as part of the UK Government’s Green Fuel, Green Skies competition. The successful projects have won a share of £700,000 to help …

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The Hydrogen house experiment

There is something unique about the two small semi-detached new homes on the outskirts of Gateshead, but they have been built and furnished to look bland and nondescript. The only clue about what makes them so different comes when you switch on a gas ring on the hob. Rather than …

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