Daily Archives: November 17, 2021

California’s Foothill Fleet largest H2 in North America

California’s Foothill Transit has ordered 13 New Flyer hydrogen fuel-cell-electric Xcelsior CHARGE H2 forty-foot heavy-duty transit buses. This order is supported by Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds. This addition to Foothill Transit’s initial order of 20 fuel cell-electric buses, announced in October, now establishes North America’s largest fleet of hydrogen …

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Green Hydrogen From Expanded Wind Power in China

China is the world’s largest producer of hydrogen—currently chiefly an industrial feedstock consumed by the chemical and refining industries—and overwhelmingly produces it from coal emitting CO2, termed “black” hydrogen. China also leads the world in wind power generation, with 61% of its onshore wind capacity located in windy northern regions, …

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Japan First Hydrogen Trials on Bulk Carriers

Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines working with Japan Engine Corporation is seeking to develop and test possibly the world’s first hydrogen engine on one of its in-service dry bulk carriers. The engine development project was selected by the government’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), for inclusion in its …

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Federal Investment Advances Alberta’s H2 Economy

EDMONTON, Alberta – Hydrogen is a cleaner burning fuel that can help Canada achieve its commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. As consumers around the globe seek out cleaner fuel sources, the hydrogen industry is set to grow exponentially. Some forecasts estimate the global market for hydrogen could reach over $11 …

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