Daily Archives: January 9, 2022

SoCalGas Announces Partnership with Doosan Mobility Innovation and GTI to Launch Hydrogen Drone

LOS ANGELES – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today joined Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) and GTI at the CES Las Vegas summit to announce their partnership in launching DMI’s first-of-its-kind hydrogen drone technology. With the support of SoCalGas and GTI, DMI will be demonstrating their DS30 drone system, which offers the best fuel cell powerpack performance …

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Sweden Pushes For H2 Real Green Steel

HYBRIT and H2 Green Steel have launched projects in Sweden with a target to manufacture 10 million tonnes (mt) of fossil fuel-free crude (green) steel per year by 2030. Success, of course, depends on the numbers adding up, or rather, the numbers going down. To make green steel, you need …

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Hydrogen Power is Gaining Momentum

When you burn hydrogen, you generate energy in the form of heat, and the only by-product is water, making it a clean source of energy. However, it requires energy to make the hydrogen in the first place. Hydrogen is part of climate discussions for hard-to-decarbonize sectors like trucking, airplanes and …

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Australia Strengthens Hydrogen Trade Ties With Japan

Government signs up Japan for first round of new $150mn trade programme aimed at supporting export supply chain Australia has moved to strengthen its position as a supplier of clean hydrogen to Japan with the launch of a $150mn trade programme. The five-year Australian Clean Hydrogen Trade Program will support …

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Are Greener Forms Of Flying About To Take Off?

Announcements about electric cars, lorries, and even buses are now an almost daily occurrence, but what about the aviation sector? After all, international travel is often held up as a leading source of pollution and a contributing factor towards climate change. One study suggests flying accounts for 2.5% of global CO2 emissions, after …

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