Daily Archives: November 5, 2021

Converting Gas Pipelines For Hydrogen Transportation

EDMONTON, Alberta – Hydrogen has the potential to become a key component in decarbonizing the energy industry as a replacement for traditional hydrocarbon fuel sources. One key element to enable this energy transition is the ability to repurpose existing natural gas pipeline systems for hydrogen transportation. C-FER Technologies is teaming …

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Governments are shaping their Hydrogen Ambitions

Many governments across the globe have announced ambitious hydrogen plans to decarbonize economies and increase gas independence. Big money is invested in hydrogen production, infrastructure and demand. Most countries focus on green hydrogen despite the better economics of grey and blue hydrogen Governments across the globe present their hydrogen budgets …

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UK’s NHS unveils new H2 Ambulances at COP26

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) unveiled a hydrogen-powered zero-emission ambulance this week at Glasgow’s COP26 climate change conference. The vehicle will help the NHS reduce its contribution to UK road emissions and improve air quality and therefore health – thus making health workers’ jobs a little easier to boot. …

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H2 Motronics to race a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Motorcycle

The H2 Kompact prototype is slated to be ready by the spring next year. H2 Motronics has announced its intentions to have a hydrogen fuel cell motorcycle called the H2 Kompact ready by Spring 2022. The announcement has arrived as media attention has been focusing primarily on electric vehicle development. …

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Green Hydrogen Most Powerful Weapon in Climate Fight

UK – AUSTRALIA – The race to primacy in the ‘Fuel of the Future’ is hotting up with the news that a multi-billion pound deal between construction giant J C Bamford Excavators (JCB) together with Ryze Hydrogen, and Western Australian energy providers Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) was signed on the eve …

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COP26: Hydrogen Powered Train to be Unveiled

Two of the trains will run trips from Glasgow Central station while a third will be displayed at the Bo’ness and Kinneil rail heritage centre near Falkirk. Hydroflex, Britain’s first hydrogen-fuelled train, which has been developed by leasing firm Porterbrook and the University Of Birmingham, will make its public Scottish …

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