Daily Archives: October 5, 2021

Nuclear Needed for Hydrogen Production, Study Says

The report – titled Decarbonising Hydrogen in a Net Zero Economy – was commissioned by Urenco and has been supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency, EDF and Lucid Catalyst. It follows the UK government’s Hydrogen Strategy, published last month. The Hydrogen Strategy stated that nuclear provides a number of options for producing clean hydrogen, …

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Winners of UK £3 million Zero emissions in Aviation

The 15 named projects will receive over £700,000 to bring forward research to support UK airports receiving electric and hydrogen aircraft. The UK Transport Minister, Grant Shapps, has announced the winners of the £3 million competition focused on supporting the transition to zero emissions aviation in UK airports. These projects …

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North California plans tighter rules for hydrogen plants

Regulators in northern California are working to implement new regulations onemissions from hydrogen plants within petroleum refineries, the latest example of tightening compliance standards for refiners in the region. New limits on vented methane and organic compound emissions from refinery hydrogen plants could be approved early in 2022 as regional …

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Hopium books 1,000 Orders for Hydrogen Car

Hydrogen car maker has filled an initial order book for 2025 delivery. French car manufacturer Hopium said it had taken its first 1,000 pre-orders for the Machina, a high-end hydrogen-powered sedan. This followed the 17 June presentation in Paris of the Alpha 0, the first rolling prototype, which led to …

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Renewable Hydrogen Coalition – new appointments

To help shape the policies that will make renewable hydrogen competitive this decade, the Renewable Hydrogen Coalition strengthens its leadership by appointing Iberdrola’s CEO, Ignacio Galán, as Chair and electrolyser manufacturer Sunfire’s CEO and Founder, Nils Aldag, as Vice-chair. The Fit for 55 Package released in July by the European …

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