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Toyota, Air Liquide and CaetanoBus partner to accelerate the development of hydrogen mobility in Europe

Air Liquide, CaetanoBus and Toyota Motor Europe have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim of developing integrated hydrogen solutions. This will include infrastructure development and vehicle fleets to accelerate the expansion of hydrogen mobility for both light- and heavy-duty vehicles. The partnership reflects the shared ambition of the …

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H2 Clipper and the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen in Spain Enter into Historic Collaborative Agreement to Advance the Green Hydrogen Revolution

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — H2 Clipper, Inc., an aerospace and alternative energy company developing hydrogen-powered airships and end-to-end hydrogen infrastructure solutions, announces that the company signed a collaboration agreement with the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies (Foundation), located in Aragon, Spain. The …

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Two Norwegian players to explore the use of hydrogen as ‘fuel for the future’ in maritime sector

 Embarking on a journey to bring zero-emissions solutions to the fore, Norway’s vessel owner and operator Golden Energy Offshore Services has teamed up with Gen2 Energy, a compatriot hydrogen company, to explore the use and availability of hydrogen-based fuel in the maritime industry. The two companies have inked a letter …

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Thin-film hydrogen storage at scale from Plasma Kinetics

We interviewed a truly original company this week called Plasma Kinetics, run by a husband and wife team, Paul and Stacey Smith, which claim to have developed a unique method for bonding hydrogen both for storage and release within applications, by adsorption onto a Magnesium hydride thin film layer.The idea …

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Graphene-wrapped zeolite membranes for fast hydrogen separation

The effects of global warming are becoming more serious, and there is a strong demand for technological advances to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Hydrogen is an ideal clean energy which produces water when burned. To promote the use of hydrogen energy, it is essential to develop safe, energy-saving technologies for …

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Germany: 1st emission-free hybrid push boat christened in Berlin

Germany’s emission-free hydrogen-fueled push boat Elektra has been christened earlier this week, allowing the testing of the vessel to begin. The Governing Mayor of Berlin Franziska Giffey christened Elektra in Berlin’s Westhafen after two years of construction at the Hermann Barthel GmbH shipyard in Derben and the transfer to Berlin’s …

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Gasunie and Fluxys team up on North Sea Port hydrogen network

Dutch gas infrastructure firm Gasunie and Belgian LNG terminal operator Fluxys have joined forces for a Dutch-Belgian hydrogen network connection in North Sea Port. Pascal De Buck (CEO Fluxys), Daan Schalck (CEO North Sea Port), and Helmie Botter (manager business development hydrogen Gasunie); Courtesy of Gasunie Gasunie and Fluxys are …

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Hebron Academy launching a hydrogen car program in Maine

Educator Joshua Kangas was involved with the Horizon Grand Prix in California. Hebron Academy students, from left, Mitchell Nazareth, Calvin Grover and Ky Barretta, show the first of two remote-controlled hydrogen cars they plan to race in an international grand prix series. Hydrogen fuel packs, remote control and 3D-printed chassis …

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Deeside firm wins grant to advance waste-to-hydrogen fuel technology

Paul Willacy, managing director of Compact Syngas Solutions. A North Wales gasification pioneer aims to seal the UK’s low-carbon future after winning a Government grant worth nearly £300,000 to develop waste-to-hydrogen production technology, innovation funding specialist Catax can reveal. Deeside-based Compact Syngas Solutions (CSS) has secured £299,886 from the Department …

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Alstom and PKN ORLEN to Cooperate on Hydrogen Trains in Poland

Alstom and PKN ORLEN, a Polish manufacturer and distributor of fuel products, have signed a strategic co-operation agreement for the supply of zero-emission trains and hydrogen fuel. The two companies will co-operate to deliver zero-emission hydrogen solutions for public rail operators. Under the agreement, Alstom will be responsible for supplying …

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