Daily Archives: January 14, 2022

Peru Sowing Green H2 in Mining Patch

Copper-exporter Peru is planting seeds of green hydrogen, starting with the strategic mining sector. Daniel Camac, deputy country manager in Peru for French utility Engie, presides the country’s new hydrogen association H2 Peru. He spoke with Argus correspondent Lucien Chauvin about the emerging fuel. Where does Peru stand with green …

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ZeroAvia Hydrogen-Powered Flight Opens New Facility

ZeroAvia, a startup with facilities in the U.K. and California that aims to integrate hydrogen fuel cells with electric motors to power zero-emission aircraft, said Tuesday it will open a new research facility at Paine Field airport in Everett. The project received a $350,000 grant from the Department of Commerce, …

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Hydrogen-Powered Carcopter A Real-Life Star Wars Podracer

If you’re a fellow Star Wars enthusiast, you must be familiar with the podracing event in the Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace. The good news is we might be getting closer to such events in real life. You might remember our previous coverage of a flying racing car named …

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HyStor Energy joins Gulf renewables Association

JACKSON, Miss. –Hy Stor Energy , a company pioneering renewable hydrogen production and energy storage at scale in Mississippi, announced it has become the first exclusively renewable hydrogen company to join The Gulf States Renewable and Electrification Industries Association (GSREIA). By working together, Hy Stor Energy and GSREIA will advocate for renewable …

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French Hydrogen Shuttle Wins Innovation Award

This year’s CES (Consumers Electronics Show) edition was an undeniable success, with lots of exciting technical innovations brought to the forefront. Among them, this French maritime shuttle built with a hydrogen fuel cell system, and several new-generation technologies, stands out as the 2022 Innovation Award winner. Called the NepShuttle, it’s …

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