Monthly Archives: November 2021

Toyota Offering Royalty-Free Patents on H2 Tech.

Many auto manufacturers have turned to electric vehicles to limit carbon emissions, but these Toyotas aren’t ready to give up their combustion engines. According to the president of Toyota Motors, Akio Toyoda, there should be options besides fossil fuels and electric vehicles. “On top of that, the enemy is carbon, …

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California – H2 a Zero-Emissions Solution for State?

Two decades ago, had someone asked farsighted advocates for decarbonizing the economy when they would know their goal was within sight, their answer might have been something like this: When ExxonMobil buys into it. To be sure, that is a glib response, but it underscores the reality that a true …

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Hydrogen Council Summit – Zero-Carbon role for Climate Goals

The California Hydrogen Business Council is presenting its first California Hydrogen Leadership Summit in Sacramento this winter to highlight to policymakers hydrogen’s role in the future of decarbonization in California. “There are pressing issues at hand. We are not going to meet our policy goals without hydrogen,” Sara Fitzsimon Nelson, policy …

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Hydrogen Rush Could Shift World Energy Order

Hydrogen is the energy and climate policy world’s current darling. But how will countries use it and how fast might a change happen? ask Thomas Sattich of the University of Stavanger and Charis Palmer of 360info. In a small room in Delft, Netherlands, a group of engineering students ponder what energy systems …

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POSCO Building Hydrogen Supply Infrastructure in Pohang China.

POSCO would set up infrastructure for hydrogen supply in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province, where its steel mill is located.It would likewise begin transporting steel products through hydrogen vehicles instead of diesel trucks.On Wednesday, POSCO signed a business agreement with its affiliate POSCO C&C and special purpose company Korea Hydrogen Energy Network (Kohygen) …

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Port of Duisburg to grow Hydrogen Economy

The Port of Duisburg is to house the new European headquarters for hydrogen solutions provider Plug Power in a bid to grow its green hydrogen economy. The new location for the headquarters will allow Plug Power to capitalise on major assets of the Duisburg region’s industrial area including a large concentration of …

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Is Hydrogen the Fuel to drive South Africa’s future?

n this opinion article, Royal HaskoningDHV advisory group for energy transition director Gladys Nabagala writes that South Africa has significant potential to stimulate its economy by building a hydrogen export economy. As South Africa grapples with ongoing blackouts because power utility Eskom’s power station fleet cannot cope with demand or upkeep maintenance, the country is also faced by global pressures to reduce its carbon footprint and embrace renewable energy resources. This pressure …

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Quebec Liberals promise $100B Green Hydrogen plan if elected

Leader Dominique Anglade announced a plan to set the Liberals apart and make fighting climate change their top priority at the Liberal platform convention in Quebec City, Friday, November 26, 2021. Jacques Vachon/Global News Quebec Liberal Party is holding its platform convention this weekend in Quebec City. The three-day event will …

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Hydrogen is ‘Massive’ Market Opportunity for BP

Hydrogen is a key part of BP’s drive to deliver decarbonization solutions, and a “massive” opportunity for the company, Vice President for Hydrogen Market Development Sally Prickett said in an interview at S&P Global Platts Hydrogen Markets Europe Conference Nov. 25. “We see hydrogen as a really important vector in …

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