Daily Archives: January 7, 2022

Hydrogen Economy & Wind Power H2 Production

Hydrogen economy is a future economic structure of energy using hydrogen as a medium, which was put forward in the 1970s. Hydrogen is a clean energy source that burns to produce water without producing any pollutants. In the process, renewable energy such as solar, wind, and water is converted into …

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eCargo Hydrogen bikes begin real-world test in Aberdeen

The H2-powered electric bicycles will be used for making last-mile deliveries in the Scottish city. Hydrogen fuel cell bikes called eCargo bicycles are being tested in Aberdeen as a part of a trial process for the technology and design. The vehicles are made by a manufacturer called Electric Assisted Vehicles …

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Go-Ahead selects Air Products – Hydrogen Bus Fleet

Public transport company The Go-Ahead Group has agreed a 15-year hydrogen supply deal with Air Products, a world leading industrial gas company, to power a fleet of fuel cell buses for deployment in the Gatwick Airport, Crawley and Horley area. The single-decker GB Kite Hydroliner buses, manufactured by Wrightbus in …

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Clean Hydrogen transitions: What is the US Congress up to?

As the US Congress has spent the last year debating a slate of proposals to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy, clean hydrogen has come to the forefront as an energy source that offers a politically and economically feasible path towards decarbonisation. © Shutterstock / Lucky-photographeThe United States …

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Novel hybrid fuel cell system reliably sealed

Startup AE Driven Solutions has developed an ambient fuel cell system based on the range extender principle. It facilitates emission-free operation over a distance of up to 400 km. Inside, high-density tube connection systems ensure the transport or supply of the gaseous hydrogen. To reliably ensure zero leakage, the Aachen-based …

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