Monthly Archives: January 2022

Crazy to import Green Hydrogen into Europe’, says Acciona Energía CEO

Europe would be “crazy” to import green hydrogen from places such as Chile and Australia, according to the chief executive of one of the continent’s largest renewable-energy producers, Spain’s Acciona Energía, which recently started up its first green H2 plant. Hydrogen: hype, hope, and the hard truths around its role …

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Shell Starts China Green Hydrogen Plant at Winter Games Host City

BEIJING – Shell (RDSa.L) said on Friday it has started production at its 20 megawatt (MW) zero-carbon hydrogen project in Zhangjiakou, a northern Chinese city co-hosting what President Xi Jinping has vowed will be the “green” 2022 Winter Olympics. The project, which will produce green hydrogen by splitting water molecules with …

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Victorian Government provides funds for Renewable H2

THE Victorian Government in Australia has announced more than A$7m (US$5m) in funding for the state’s renewable hydrogen sector. The funding will be used for trials to fast-track the technology. Six projects will be supported with A$6.6m of funding through the Renewable Hydrogen Commercialisation Pathways Fund. These are: Volgren Australia, …

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TecnoVeritas H2 fuel Solution for Marine Industry

Engineering company TecnoVeritas has developed a solution for the production, transport and use of hydrogen fuel for the marine industry.  TecnoVeritas has designed an alkaline electrolyser for the production of hydrogen. Furthermore, it has developed storage for transportation of the fuel based upon a Liquid Hydrogen Carrier concept, which minimises …

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UK – Brighton – More Work on Switch to Hydrogen

The money – from the Greater Brighton Economic Board – would be intended to help a group known as Hydrogen Sussex as it prepares to work up an “investment case” for the area. As well as research, several practical projects are already underway including work on hydrogen-fuelled buses. The economic …

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Russia One of the Largest Hydrogen Exporters by 2035

The hydrogen energy sector development concept is being implemented already, the President noted © Alexei Nikolsky/Russian Presidential Press and Information Office/TASS MOSCOW – TASS. Russia can turn into one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers and exporters by 2035, President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday at the meeting with Italian …

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H2.City Gold Bus in operation in Spain

The Caetano H2.City Gold is now in operation for the mobility company Alsa, in Spain. This is the first urban bus powered by renewable hydrogen that will provide stable and permanent service in Spain on an urban line. Specifically, the bus will operate Line 4 in the city of Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid), which is part …

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Contract Awarded for Norway’s H2-Powered Ferries

Norway’s ferry company Torghatten Nord has signed a contract with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration to operate hydrogen-powered ferries between Bodø and Lofoten from 2025. Photo: Torghatten Nord The contract, which Torghatten Nord won in fierce competition with three other bidders, was signed on 25 January 2022. It has a …

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Early Hydrogen Aircraft will slow rather than Check Emissions

Full adoption of liquid hydrogen-powered aircraft on all replaceable routes by 2050 would cap passenger aviation emissions at 2035 levels, but not reduce them, according to analysis released by the US-based non-profit International Council on Clean Transportation. Its white paper stresses that this is based on the “most optimistic” fuel …

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Nikola Tests Prototypes From Arizona to California

Trevor Milton’s defense is asking Nikola and the federal prosecutors to access the prototypes and vehicles he is accused of having lied about. The Nikola founder intends to prove that he was not lying about them. We’re not sure he ever mentioned a Tre FCEV. If he did, the first …

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