Daily Archives: November 12, 2021

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology Emerging

Even the most skeptical of skeptics questioning the demise of the internal combustion engine (ICE) due to an electric vehicle (EV) “megatrend” have to take a pause out of some recent news in the US. It seems the world’s largest EV manufacturer, Tesla, has inked a deal with one of the …

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Namibia – U.S.$9.4 Billion Local Green Hydrogen Project

The government has taken the first step to develop a US$9.4 billion vertically integrated green hydrogen project in the Tsau Khaeb national park by announcing its intention to appoint HYPHEN Hydrogen Energy as the preferred bidder. The locally registered green hydrogen development company will run the country’s first large-scale project …

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Hydrogen, not Cop26, will get us to Net Zero

Cop26 moves into its second week, as the hectoring, hypocrisy and virtue-signalling drag on. Practically our entire political and media class is convinced the world faces meltdown unless we lower our carbon emissions – reaching “net zero” by 2050. Meanwhile, millions of ordinary people look at this Glasgow gabfest and …

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California’s SunLine -five additional Hydrogen Buses

NFI Group Inc, a leading independent bus and coach manufacturer and a leader in electric mass mobility solutions, today announced that NFI subsidiary New Flyer of America Inc. (“New Flyer”) has been awarded a zero-emission contract from California’s SunLine Transit Agency (“SunLine”) for five forty-foot fuel cell-electric Xcelsior CHARGE H2™ …

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Prince Charles inspects ‘New Green locomotives’

The Prince of Wales checked out cutting edge technology for transport and carbon capture during his stay in Scotland. The Prince of Wales reminisced about journeys on the royal train when he was shown cutting edge technology that could power locomotives of the future. Charles met former royal train driver …

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Anglo American eyes Carbon Neutral shipping by 2040

UK-based mining giant Anglo American has set an ambition to achieve carbon neutrality across its controlled ocean freight activities by 2040, with an interim 30% reduction in emissions by 2030. The ambition for carbon neutral controlled ocean freight is an extension of Anglo American’s commitment to be carbon neutral across …

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