Daily Archives: January 17, 2022

Load up the Hydrogen but hold the Carbon

Kyoto, Japan — In the global race to curb climate change and reduce carbon emissions, hydrogen is considered a serious contender to replace fossil fuels. Although hydrogen ‘burns’ cleanly, with only water as a by-product, the current way of making hydrogen a reliable fuel alternative is energy- and carbon-intensive. Whether …

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Honda, Isuzu To Test Hydrogen-powered Trucks on Japan’s Public Roads

The next phase in the development of hydrogen-powered trucks is set to go underway, with Isuzu Motors and Honda Motor planning to test their joint project on Japanese public roads this year. The Japanese companies have joined forces to develop a large fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), which can run for …

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UAE – Hydrogen to create New Opportunities – Jobs

UAE – Hydrogen will lead to new opportunities and jobs, a top UAE minister has said during the 12th session of the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) Assembly held virtually in Abu Dhabi. Suhail Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, said hydrogen will play a critical role in the …

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Lexus explores the Potential of Hydrogen 0ff-Roader

PARIS, Jan 15 — Lexus is presenting its ROV concept at the Tokyo Motor Show until January 16, 2022, equipped with a hydrogen-powered engine that emits almost no CO2. This project appears at a time when hydrogen is becoming increasingly important as an alternative to lithium-ion batteries to power electric …

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Green Hydrogen to Reshape Global Trade

The rise in hydrogen as part of the global energy transition is set to reshape global trade and redefine bilateral energy relations as the emergence of new hydrogen exporters and users changes the geopolitical landscape, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency. While this decade will mark a “big race” for technology developments …

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