Daily Archives: October 10, 2021

White House Promotes Promise of Green Hydrogen

Long-haul trucks. Cargo ships. Steel mills and cement plants. The White House believes it can use green hydrogen to cut emissions in all of them. Much of the attention around climate policy has focused on reducing carbon dioxide from vehicles, power plants and airplanes. But the Biden administration is also …

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TECO 2030 : Approval for Marine Hydrogen Fuel Cells

TECO 2030  has reached another milestone in its development of zero-emission solutions for the maritime industry. The cleantech company has now received an “Approval in Principle” (AIP) by DNV for its Hydrogen Fuel Cell System and three versions of its Fuel Cell Module FCM400. DNV – one of the world’s …

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Hydrogen Needs $1.2trn for Zero Emissions Goal: IEA

Governments with hydrogen strategies have committed $37 billion so far, while the private sector has announced $300 billion, said the IEA, which advises developed countries on energy policies. Only three countries – France, Japan and South Korea – had hydrogen strategies in 2019, but 17 do now and 20 others …

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California GET BUS orders more H2 Flyer buses

In California, New Flyer has received an order from the Golden Empire Transit District (GET bus) for five forty-foot fuel cell-electric Xcelsior Charge H2 heavy-duty transit buses. The new order follows a GET bus purchase in 2020 of five forty-foot fuel cell-electric Xcelsior Charge H2 buses. GET bus is the …

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