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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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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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United Kingdom: UK Government publishes Hydrogen Investment Roadmap

Hydrogen Investor Roadmap The Hydrogen Investor Roadmap is essentially the UK government’s marketing campaign to attract investment into the UK’s hydrogen economy. It contains crucial information about the timings for the launch of various state support/funding mechanisms and together with the wider Hydrogen Investment Package provides much needed clarity on how …

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Firstgas reveals potential green hydrogen storage in NZ

Green Hydrogen H2 gas molecule. Production of green hydrogen energy powered by renewable electricity, sustainable alternative clean hydrogen H2 eco energy, the fuel of th future industry 3D background   The University of Canterbury has discovered several underground gas reservoirs that could potentially store green hydrogen. The investigation, which was …

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Windcat, CMB.TECH launch ‘first’ hydrogen crew transfer vessel (CTV)

Pair say the vessel is ready for operation after completing trials and bunkering The “first” hydrogen-powered CTV (pictured) is ready for immediate operation after successful completion of trials and bunkering. Windcat Workboats and CMB.TECH said that ground-breaking development for both the marine and offshore wind industries is the first CTV that …

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Scottish Power, Storegga to develop green hydrogen for whisky makers

LONDON (Reuters) – Iberdrola-owned Scottish Power has partnered with low-carbon development firm Storegga to develop, build and operate green hydrogen production plants across Scotland, it said on Thursday. Green hydrogen is produced by breaking down water using electrolysis powered by renewable energy sources. Producing hydrogen using natural gas or coal …

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The African Energy Chamber Launches Hydrogen Summit at AEC 2022 in Cape Town

The African Energy Chamber (AEC) is delighted to announce the launch of the Hydrogen Summit which will be debuted at the AEC’s annual conference, African Energy Week (AEW) (www.AECWeek.com) 2022, taking place from October 18 – 21, 2022, in Cape Town, South Africa.   AEW 2022’s Hydrogen Summit will be …

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Germany signs hydrogen cooperation agreement with India

Germany’s Minister of Economic and Climate Affairs Robert Habeck and his Indian counterpart R.K. Singh have signed an agreement on German-Indian hydrogen cooperation following multiple rounds of consultations. While gaining independence from Russian bicarbonate fuels is underway, the Germans have turned towards importing a new kind of molecule to fuel …

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ArcelorMittal successfully tests use of green hydrogen at Canadian plant

ArcelorMittal has efficiently examined using inexperienced hydrogen to cut back iron ore at considered one of its industrial websites in Canada, in what the world’s second-largest steelmaker claims is a milestone for the trade. Engineers on the firm’s operations at Contrecoeur in Quebec changed about 7 per cent of the …

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Kobe team’s hematite mesocrystal photocatalyst simultaneously produces hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide

Using a hematite photocatalyst, a team led by researchers from Kobe University has succeeded in producing both hydrogen gas and hydrogen peroxide at the same time from sunlight and water. An open-access paper on the work is published in Nature Communications. Hydrogen has gained attention as one of the possible …

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