Daily Archives: January 5, 2022

Formula E Could Shift To Hydrogen Fuel

The top tiers of open-wheel Formula racing often serve as a test bed for future automotive technologies, and with electric vehicles becoming more and more mainstream, that statement is becoming increasingly true for Formula E. However, if a recent report is anything to go by, the all-electric racing series could potentially make …

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Is India missing the Green Hydrogen Bus?

  New Delhi: There is today little ambiguity about the empiricism of changing climates the world over. From increased frequencies of intense extreme events to melting ice and sea-level changes, the ramifications of a warming world are palpable. For poorer nations such as India, the rapidity of these changes herald unprecedented …

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DOE unveils $1B loan for Nebraska Hydrogen Plant

The Energy Department’s loan office rolled out its first new award in years in the waning days of 2021, jump-starting a program seen as pivotal to President Biden’s climate agenda as legislation remains stalled in Congress. On Dec. 23, the office announced it would guarantee up to $1.04 billion in …

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Green Ships Ahoy Along Vital Corridors

Shipping accounts for two to three per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions so manufacturers and retailers are no longer just considering what appears in national targets. Even though individual governments are not on the hook for these supply chain emissions, some of Australia’s largest companies are getting ready. BHP …

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Cummins and Sinopec form Green Hydrogen JV for Chinese Market

A new joint venture has been formed by American multinational energy firm Cummins and China Petromechanical Corporation (Sinopec) to reduce the costs and increase the availability of green hydrogen across China. Cummins Enze, the new joint venture, will kickstart its operations in China with a $47 million investment that will …

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