Daily Archives: January 28, 2022

Saudi Arabia Sets Sights on Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The kingdom is exploring H2 for transportation and sustainable jet fuel among other alternative energies. Saudi Arabia recently signed eight new preliminary agreements for carbon-free energy, including transportation based on hydrogen fuel cells and sustainable jet fuel. The agreements are with the Red Sea Development Co. and the planned carbon-free city …

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One Solar Industry Veteran Betting Big on Hydrogen

Raffi Garabedian spent a dozen years developing solar panel technology at First Solar, a photovoltaics company that currently has a market value around $8 billion. The technologist then went on to co-found clean hydrogen start-up Electric Hydrogen, which he’s currently building out as its CEO. Garabedian’s career path may seem surprising. While solar …

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council established ahead of widespread H2 rollout

The goal is to educate regulators, policymakers, and transportation stakeholders on H2 transport. A Hydrogen Fuel Cell (HFC) Bus Council has been formed to help provide regulators, policymakers, and transportation stakeholders with information about H2-powered buses and related infrastructure. Council member SunLine will be transitioning its entire fleet to zero-emission buses by …

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Beijing – Moscow to step up Green Energy Cooperation

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games will commence on February 4. Based on the concept of “green Olympics,” all of the 26 venues for the Games will be powered with 100 percent renewable energy. The idea of “green Olympics” provides Chinese wisdom on how to deal with the relationship between …

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Elogen to massify production for Europe’s H2 Projects

Following its acquisition by GTT in October 2020, Elogen says it has taken a key step in the massification of its production. So, the construction of a new stack assembly line at the Les Ulis site (Paris region) will boost Elogen’s production capacity to 160 stacks per year. This will make it …

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