Monthly Archives: December 2021

Russia ready to cooperate with EU in Hydrogen Projects

MOSCOW, December 28. /TASS/. Russia is ready to develop hydrogen energy projects with the European Union, including within the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project framework, Russian envoy to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said at the online briefing on Tuesday. “As far as the development of hydrogen projects is concerned, Russia …

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World’s First Hydrogen Double-Decker Bus Launches

Wrightbus have developed the world’s first hydrogen-powered double-decker bus and have already been carrying passengers in the West Midlands. Birmingham City Council’s 20 zero-emission double deckers started to roll out in service on National Express West Midlands route 51 to Walsall via Perry Barr in mid-December. Outside London, these are the only …

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Austria’s Biggest Carrier Orders First Solaris Hydrogen Buses

ÖBB Postbus in Austria has ordered five hydrogen buses from Solaris. has landed a deal with Solaris for the delivery of five hydrogen buses. The hydrogen-fueled vehicles will be deployed in the picturesque city of Villach in south-east Austria. This is the first order placed under a framework agreement concluded at the …

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Hydrogen destined to be Alberta’s next energy export?

This November, Alberta proclaimed that hydrogen “can be the next great energy export that fuels jobs, investment and economic opportunity across our province,” and published a strategic road map to develop this market. It’s a claim made by others many times in the past. For decades, a rotating cast of …

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African Nation aiming to be a H2 Superpower

So now finally, we’re on the map,” says Philip Balhoa about Lüderitz, a town in southern Namibia, where harsh desert meets pale ocean. The port town has previously benefited from diamonds and fishing booms, but now struggles with high rates of unemployment and aging infrastructure. A proposed green hydrogen project …

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Egypt plans to incorporate Green Hydrogen during 2022

CAIRO – The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, led by Dr. Mohamed Shaker, sets an annual plan that it seeks to achieve in addition to its long-term plans to upgrade the field of electric energy in Egypt. Minister Mohamed Shaker announced the year 2022 as to be “The …

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Chile’s Green Hydrogen Plans Almost Double

The inclusion of green hydrogen in Chile’s energy mix would completely overhaul the country’s power demand predictions by adding some 37,000GWh of new consumption in 2040. A new report by energy sector regulator CNE, which presents a preliminary version of the agency’s yearly power demand forecast, shows the Chilean government expects …

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PSUs scout for partners to build Green Hydrogen Plants

Global efforts are on to cheaply produce green hydrogen, the fuel that can help countries attain their net-zero emission targets.istock   While IOCL has issued a global tender to develop green hydrogen generation facilities on a build-own-operate basis at its refineries in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, and Panipat, Haryana, Gail has …

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drone Wins CES Innovation Award

Doosan Mobility and JOUAV have partnered to develop “the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell VTOL commercial drone solution.”  The result of their collaboration is the DJ25: winner of a CES 2022 Innovation Award. “DJ25 is the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) commercial drone solution,” says the CES Announcement. …

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Clean Hydrogen Use Gaining Momentum in Countries

Less than two months after arguably the most important summit on climate change in history, countries are considering ways to slow global warming and steer the world toward a more optimistic environmental future. Some of the measures that leaders agreed to take at the U.N. Climate Change Conference, or COP26, are nothing …

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