Daily Archives: January 4, 2022

Hydrogen Vehicles – UK Major Investment Continues

Currently, only two hydrogen cars are commercially available in the UK – the Toyota Mirai and the Hyundai NEXO. As of December 2020, it was estimated that there are just over 31,000 passenger hydrogen vehicles on the world’s roads. The Government released the UK Hydrogen Strategy report at the end …

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Getting real about the Hydrogen Economy

Hydrogen is frequently touted as a major player in decarbonisation, and it is. But it will only be used at scale much later, and at a much lower level than solar and wind. Countries including China, Japan, South Korea and Australia have established national plans to facilitate hydrogen development. Some …

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Best Hydrogen Cars to look forward to in Australia

The fact there’s still no sign of flying cars outside my house, a couple of decades into the 21st century, is crushingly disappointing, but at least car boffins are sort of heading in that general direction by developing vehicles fuelled by the same stuff that powers rocket ships: hydrogen. (And, …

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Denmark to make domestic flights fossil free by 2030

Denmark’s government has announced a goal to make domestic flights fossil fuel free by 2030. In her New Year’s address, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said she wanted to “make flying green”. However she acknowledged that the solutions to reach her target were not yet in place. BBC reported that Denmark is …

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10 Airlines That Made Electric and Hydrogen-powered Aircraft Investments, Partnerships in 2021

Alaska Airlines, Avolon, Delta Airlines, EasyJet, GOL, Icelandair, Japan Airlines (JAL), JetBlue, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), United Airlines, Vertical Aerospace, Virgin Atlantic, Viva Aerobus, Wideroe, ZeroAvia Numerous airlines made strides towards reducing carbon emissions and investing in next generation air transportation technologies in 2021. Several airlines, including Virgin Atlantic, GOL, and Japan Airlines have pre-ordered electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles from the company …

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