Monthly Archives: March 2022

Victorian government backs Volgren to build two hydrogen buses

Victorian based bus manufacturer Volgren is to build its first hydrogen fuel cell electric bus at its Dandenong headquarters after receiving backing from the state government’s Renewable Hydrogen Commercialisation Pathways Fund.Volgren expects to finalise a prototype for demonstration and on-road testing for the hydrogen fuel cell bus by the middle …

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Offshore wind, hydrogen part of Shell’s £25 billion UK investment plan

Shell plans to invest up to £25 billion (approximately €30 billion) in the UK energy system over the next ten years, with offshore wind being one of the main areas the oil and gas giant has set its sights on in the UK. The company said via a social media …

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Australian hydrogen superhighway announced for Queensland, NSW and Victoria

    The tri-state initiative is aimed at significantly reducing freight emissions Snapshot Hydrogen superhighway will be a joint project between the east coast states Victoria aims to halve emissions by 2030, go net-zero by 2050 Network will initially service heavy transport only Australia’s eastern states have made a landmark …

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Hydrogen has potential to boost energy security, accelerate reaching net-zero goals: experts

Hydrogen has the potential to accelerate the transition to a sustainable future DUBAI: Experts have said that hydrogen has the potential to change the face of global energy security and accelerate the transition to a sustainable future, noting its ability to benefit multiple economic sectors and leverage existing energy infrastructure …

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German Hydrogen-Station Operator Raises $120 Million for Growth

Bloomberg) — H2 Mobility Deutschland GmbH, which operates hydrogen service stations in Germany, raised 110 million euros ($120 million) to expand its network as Europe presses ahead with plans to replace fossil fuels with cleaner energy. The company plans to run 300 stations by 2030 — up from 90 currently …

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NSW’s hydrogen hub attracts eight times more interest than expected

Companies proposing more than $4 billion in investment have expressed interest in joining the NSW hydrogen hub scheme, a figure that illustrates the soaring interest in the zero emission technology. NSW late last year invited expressions of interest for its $70 million development of hydrogen hubs in the Illawarra and …

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Sunhydrogen Inc (OTCMKTS: HYSR) Getting Noticed as Renewable Hydrogen Pioneer Gets Closer to Launching its Nanoparticle-Based Green Hydrogen Tech

Sunhydrogen Inc (OTCMKTS: HYSR) is heating up and moving northbound off its $0.035 base in recent trading on a significant surge of volume. This comes after HSYR CSO Dr. Syed Mubeen sent out an important update to shareholders outlining some of the Company’s significant advancement in recent months. Microcapdaily has …

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The West Midlands is set to run the UK’s largest hydrogen bus fleet after securing new funding.

Image source, National Express West Midlands The region will get 124 new buses after it won £30m from the Department for Transport to fund a switchover. Twenty four of the new vehicles will be articulated tram-style buses set to run on a new bus priority route between Walsall, Birmingham and …

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In the battle over electric vehicles, could hydrogen win?

Image via Shutterstock/Scharfsinn. As the future of automotive power heads away from the internal combustion engine toward electric vehicle technology, the industry has two options: fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), vehicles that use hydrogen as the fuel source, and battery electric vehicles (BEVs), vehicles that rely solely on battery power …

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New method purifies hydrogen from heavy carbon monoxide mixtures

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Refining metals, manufacturing fertilizers and powering fuel cells for heavy vehicles are all processes that require purified hydrogen. But purifying, or separating, that hydrogen from a mix of other gases can be difficult, with several steps. A research team led by Chris Arges, Penn State associate …

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