Monthly Archives: February 2022

Rocky Mountain States team up on H2 Tech Proposal

CHEYENNE, Wyoming – Four Rocky Mountain states will cooperate on developing ways to make the most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen, more available and useful as clean-burning fuel for cars, trucks and trains, the states’ governors announced Thursday. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming will plan a “hydrogen hub” …

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Chevron to build 30 Hydrogen Stations in California

The 30 hydrogen sites are expected to open at existing Chevron station in California by 2026. © Adobe Stock Chevron U.S.A. and Iwatani Corporation of America (ICA) have agreed to co-develop and construct 30 hydrogen fueling sites in California by 2026. As part of the agreement, Chevron plans to fund …

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Airbus’ Hydrogen-Powered Superjumbo Flight in 2035

Aircraft, cargo ships and large-scale freight are seen by many as the last bastion for hydrocarbons. However, this could be about to change with Airbus recently announcing its plans to test hydrogen-powered jet engines on its A380 superjumbo and bring it into service by 2035. Hydrogen will play a crucial …

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Agreement seals future for Hydrogen in Queensland

Queensland is a step closer to being a hydrogen and renewables manufacturing superpower. Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and publicly-owned Powerlink and Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) have signed agreements to connecting sites at Gibson Island and Aldoga near Gladstone to Powerlink’s transmission network to allow renewable electricity to power proposed hydrogen …

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Port of Corpus Christi aims to be Green Hydrogen Hub

Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) the parties will study the development of green hydrogen production, storage, transportation, and export operation. This also includes a newly constructed dedicated pipeline and a green fuels hub on the Texas Gulf Coast. The project would produce green hydrogen and other green fuels in volumes …

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As Hydrogen Emerges As a Clean Energy Option, H2scan Raises $70 Million

Hydrogen is having a moment in Southern California. The first element on the periodic table is rapidly emerging as a green alternative to natural gas. But for every hydrogen battery, electrolyzer or pipeline being proposed, a sensor is required: Hydrogen gas, as you may remember from high school chemistry class, is extremely flammable. …

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Heliogen Starts Full-Scale Facility in California

US artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled concentrated solar specialist Heliogen Inc (NYSE:HLGN) on Tuesday said it has started site preparation and setup at its first full-scale manufacturing facility, with production lines scheduled to enter operation in the third quarter of 2022. The factory is located in the Douglas Park Campus adjacent to …

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We remain ‘Committed to Hydrogen’ says Toyota

Toyota has reaffirmed its commitment to developing new hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles. The Japanese firm is currently in the process of launching the bZ4X – its first battery-powered electric car – and there was the impression that the brand might deviate its attention away from hydrogen-powered vehicles – an area …

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Powering Renewable Energy with 3D Printing – H2

According to Albert Tarancon of the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, making hydrogen profitable will be “the turning point for a massive deployment of the hydrogen economy,” aided by the “huge” potential of 3D printing functional materials within the hydrogen energy sector. Taking a deeper dive into this emerging energy sector, …

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The Path of Hydrogen Energy

On August 5, 2021, the Government of the Russian Federation approved the Concept for the Development of Hydrogen Energy in Russia, thereby joining the group of countries supporting and working towards the transition to hydrogen energy. Hydrogen occupied a serious position on the global energy and climate agenda in 2021. …

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