Daily Archives: November 7, 2021

Boat engine Firms embrace Gas-Free with Hydrogen

It isn’t just carmakers that are hitting the brakes on the era of gasoline-powered models. Companies that build ship engines are plowing full steam ahead toward a future where vessels set sail on power sources that emit no carbon dioxide (CO2). Yanmar Holdings Co. completed a hydrogen fuel cell system to …

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NZ – 4 Green Hydrogen fuelling stations in North Island

A Taranaki-based energy company is commencing plans to build a chain of green hydrogen fuelling stations to support the roll out of 20 hydrogen powered trucks. An artist’s impression of the Hiringa Energy’s green hydrogen fuelling stations, which will support hydrogen-powered trucks. Photo: Supplied Hiringa Energy is investing $50 million to build …

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UK Energy Park aims to power 100 lorries a day with Hydrogen

A renewable energy park is hoping a new solar power project will eventually create enough hydrogen to power 100 lorries every day. The facility is being developed at Chelveston Renewable Energy Park in Northamptonshire. The 750-acre (304 hectares) site is already one of the largest combined renewables parks in the …

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Canadian Pacific – $15m grant to expand Hydrogen

Canadian Pacific (CP) has secured a $15m grant from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA), which will help expand its Hydrogen Locomotive Programme with more locomotives. With this funding, the railway intends to increase the number of hydrogen locomotive conversions from one to three. Plans are also on to boost hydrogen production, …

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Green H2 the clear winner in gov tech statement

THE Australian government has released its second Low Emissions Technology Statement at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, adding some extra details to its first statement it released last year. The statement, released overnight by energy and emission reduction minister Angus Taylor adds ultra-low cost solar to the list of priority …

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