Daily Archives: January 19, 2022

Meet the Aussie poised to create the first hydrogen-powered airline

Aviation may as well be in John Thomas’ blood. The former Virgin Australia executive – and heir apparent to former chief John Borghetti until falling out with the board – got a pilot’s licence before his 18th birthday, and two years later started a regional airline in home town Wagga Wagga. Forty …

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A H2- Fueled Duramax Engine Could Happen?

When it comes to vehicles that tow and haul, eliminating tailpipe emissions is a bit of a tricky thing because battery packs are, at the end of the day, rather large and heavy. The size and weight penalties are a reality for battery-electric passenger vehicles too, of course, but they’re …

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New Mexico in Nationwide debate over Hydrogen

When this year’s legislative session begins tomorrow, the New Mexico Roundhouse will become ground zero for a roaring local and national debate about whether hydrogen can, or should, play a role in today’s efforts to combat climate change. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is promoting a newly drafted Hydrogen Hub Act …

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Midlands at forefront of Hydrogen innovation with HyDEX scheme

A new programme called HyDEX has been launched in the Midlands with hopes of fostering a new hydrogen economy Bringing together the university partners in the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA), with multinational businesses, SMEs and other partners HyDEX will push for innovation in hydrogen, build markets and the supply chain, and support the skills needed for the …

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Green Hydrogen: Can Australia build a New Industry?

You might remember hearing a lot about green hydrogen last year, as global pressure mounted on Australia to take stronger action on climate change ahead of the COP26 Glasgow summit last November. The Australian government predicts green hydrogen exports and domestic use could be worth up to A$50 billion (US$36 …

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