Daily Archives: January 8, 2022

Fisher German wins land services contract for HyNet low carbon and Hydrogen project

Property consultancy Fisher German has won a contract to provide land services for a world-leading low carbon and hydrogen energy project. The company has been awarded the contract for Cadent’s proposed 85km hydrogen pipeline, a key part of the groundbreaking HyNet North West decarbonisation project. HyNet North West aims to …

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GKN Aerospace Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powertrain

The project’s goal, according to GKN Aerospace, was for a ground test delivery by 2026 for a 1MW powertrain. This would include the Hydrogen storage, the hydrogen fuel cells, the power management system, as well as the electric motor. One year in, that goal hasn’t changed. That said, what has become …

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Hynundia will not Abandon Hydrogen.

Hyundai has had a busy week, having to dispel accusations that it was breaking up with hydrogen. This week, another “industry insider” claimed that Hyundai had halted research and development on third-generation hydrogen fuelcells. According to a report published by the Korean news portal Chosun Biz, Hyundai has halted R&D …

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Hydrogen fuel cells could be the Future of the Military

If you look around at the evolving state of the automotive industry, it’s easy to see that electric motors are quickly gaining traction. Personal electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular while electric commercial vehicles are being touted as the future of delivery and transportation services. However, the majority …

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Sunfire – EUR 60m Govt Grant

The German government will provide EUR 60 million (USD 67.9m) to Sunfire GmbH and its partners to support the development of the company’s solid oxide electrolyser cell (SOEC) technology and the production of pressurised alkaline electrolysers at an industrial scale. The grant is provided by the Federal Ministry of Education …

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