Daily Archives: October 8, 2021

UK Well Placed to build a ‘VIBRANT’ fuel cell industry

Recent years have seen a surge in interest in hydrogen, driven primarily by its role in the transition to net-zero. Most recently, the UK government’s Hydrogen Strategy sees hydrogen demand reaching 35 percent of UK final energy consumption by 2050. This is a huge increase from our current very low …

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H2- Hexagon acquires transport provider Wystrach

Hexagon Purus ASA, a global leader in zero-emission mobility solutions, has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of Wystrach GmbH, a leading European systems and solutions provider for storage and transport of compressed gases, for up to 43.3 million euros, according to a company’s press release. Closing of the …

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H2 for Heating – Hydrogen helping renewables ?

It is a well-known fact that the renewables industry faces challenges with energy availability, and the million-dollar question is what technology will help to act as an energy store for renewables. Electrolyzed hydrogen could be the answer to this, but its production goes beyond energy storage. How electrolyzed hydrogen can …

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New Mexico Governor thanks Oil – Cheers Hydrogen

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s Democratic governor is seeking legislation to help jump-start hydrogen production from natural gas in her state, a process that generates harmful greenhouse gases but could one day be harnessed to provide environmental benefits. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham outlined the effort briefly at a convention of oil …

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Hydrogen Hits the Highlands

Inverness will soon become the next city to trial a hydrogen bus on routes across the city and as far north as Dingwall, Alness, and Muir of Ord. As a combined initiative between HITRANS, Protium Energy Limited, and Opportunity Cromarty Firth, the hydrogen fuel cell bus is expected to operate …

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