Daily Archives: January 1, 2022

New Baleària Ferry will test bed Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Spanish ferry operator Baleària is building a battery-hybrid ferry for the Ibiza-Formentera route that will emit zero emissions during port stays and approaches, helped by the experimental use of a hydrogen fuel cell. Under construction at the Astilleros Armón shipyard in Vigo, Spain, the ferry is of double-ended design. It …

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BAC to Build Hydrogen‑Powered Mono

The BAC Mono is going green, as the British supercar maker partners with Viritech on FCEV tech, a cleantech pioneer, to work on the project. Far from press release posturing, the project will be the foundation of BAC’s zero-emissions strategy for 2030 and beyond. Viritech is a recipient of the Niche …

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Inside Rolls-Royce’s plan to Clean up Jet Travel

Buried deep inside the Rolls-Royce plant at Filton in Bristol is a bare brick room where the Olympus engines that powered Concorde and the Pegasus fans for the Harrier jump jet were put through their paces. Now it is testing a generator the size of a washing machine drum designed to burn …

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Could Green H2 replace Fossil Fuels for Home Electricity?

Green hydrogen has certainly been in the spotlight on an increasing basis and has been making particularly big hydrogen news headline s since COP26 in November. Now, companies are looking into ways to bring clean H2 into home heating and electricity. In fact, a German start-up has already announced that it has …

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China’s Guangzhou to deploy 50+ H2 stations by 2025

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Guangzhou, the capital of China’s Guangdong province, expects over 50 hydrogen refueling stations to be deployed and the terminal price of vehicle-used hydrogen to stand below 35 yuan ($5.5)/kg by 2025, according to a development plan that will run through 2025 Guangzhou Municipal Development and Reform Commission issued earlier …

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Sustainable shipping has a two Speed Setting

Shipping’s ability to meet decarbonization targets seem both extremely easy and very tough. Near-term regulations look achievable while 2050 limits potentially look more ambitious rather than credible goals, leaving shipping in a precarious position to balance these competing challenges, and in a short time. The International Maritime Organization agreed in …

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Snam to build H2-ready fuel cell for Italy’s Torino Airport

MILAN, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Gas group Snam (SRG.MI) has agreed a 14 million euro ($15.9 million) contract to build a hydrogen-ready fuel cell for Italy’s Torino Airport to help it to cut its carbon footprint, the two companies said. The 1.2 megawatt fuel cell, developed by Snam and U.S. company FuelCell …

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