Daily Archives: January 15, 2022

Chinese Company preps internal-combustion engines to run on Hydrogen

A Chinese manufacturer of commercial transport engines, China Yuchai, says it’s producing a hydrogen-fueled internal-combustion engine. According to Engine Technology International , “the YCK05 has achieved stable operation during a recent demonstration at the Beijing Institute of Technology” thanks to innovations like “high-pressure multi-point inlet air injection, high-efficiency, low-inertia turbocharging and …

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When will Ukraine benefit from its Green H2 Potential?

Political developments, together with commercial interests, suggest that Ukraine could potentially export hydrogen produced from renewables and nuclear by the end of the decade. But the road ahead remains bumpy.     Making hydrogen and exporting it is no easy task in Ukraine Ukraine has one of the largest gas transportation systems in …

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Is the Middle East poised to become a Hydrogen Hub?

Climate change and the energy transition have been top of the agenda for the energy industry, with discussions at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, and ADIPEC 2021 focusing heavily on how to move to a lower-carbon future. A recurring topic in these discussions has been hydrogen, be it green, blue, …

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Texas needs to move faster to become Clean, Green Hydrogen Hub

Japanese engine maker Yanmar perfected the first small diesel engine in 1933; this year, the conglomerate is showing off a hydrogen fuel cell for ocean-going boats. Every day, one of the world’s biggest manufacturers announces a new clean energy technology, and many rely on hydrogen. Texas has an almost unequaled opportunity …

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Hydrogen to get cheaper by 2030 as China drives policies favouring clean fuel to control emissions

  Green hydrogen is produced using low or zero-carbon energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro or nuclear. Photo: Shutterstock Green hydrogen, the expensive clean energy, could get cheaper by as much as three-fourths over the next decade as China cranks up investments for clean energy under its long-term climate-change commitments. The …

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