Daily Archives: October 6, 2021

Zero Emission Transit Vehicles – Positive Step Forward

Califonia’s North County Transit District recently received funding to construct a hydrogen fueling station. The station is a critical piece of infrastructure needed to meet a state mandate that transit agencies advance plans to place zero-emission vehicles into service. Transit agencies executing zero-emission vehicle strategies manage many challenges implementing these …

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Berlin primed for Offshore Hydrogen Auction

Berlin has taken the first steps to establish an offshore wind auction for the production of green hydrogen. The government published a key ordinance that enters force today, covering the exclusive economic zone and criteria for the auctions. Federal energy ministry BMWi said a round could be held as early …

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China’s emissions on track to peak by mid-2020s

China’s existing policies put its CO2 emissions on track to peak by the mid-2020s, ahead of its stated target of 2030, but Beijing has the capacity to accelerate its transition to clean energy sources and reach carbon neutrality before 2060, the IEA said today. Existing targets in China’s latest five-year …

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SAG develops liquid H2 cryogenic tank for trucks

The Salzburg Aluminium Group (SAG) is developing a cryogenic tank system for liquid hydrogen (LH2) for trucks. Prototyping is to begin in a few months, followed by test phases. Based on the results obtained, SAG wants to produce the LH2 cryo tank in series from 2027. Liquid hydrogen is considered …

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Hydrogen-powered vessel wins ‘Ship of the Year Award’

Singapore – MF HYDRA, a sustainable and innovative ferry designed by Sembcorp Marine’s subsidiary LMG Marin AS, has won the prestigious Ship of the Year Award given by Skipsrevyen, a 50-year-old Nordic maritime magazine publication house. The MF HYDRA is a zero-emission vessel operated by Norled and will be the world’s first vessel to …

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