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US builds Hypersonic Rocket with Green Hydrogen

WASHINGTON – Hypersonix Launch Systems is creating a reusable green hydrogen launch system that will deliver small satellites into orbit. Photo credit: Mil.in.ua The company wants to reduce the cost of delivering satellites into orbit without any emissions of carbon or other harmful gases. Wirraway’s three-stage launch system consists of …

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SoCalGas Continues Transition of Fleet to Hydrogen

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) has received 23 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (HFCEV), marking the company’s first purchase of hydrogen-powered vehicles. The company plans to expand its fleet of HFCEVs to 50 next month. These HFCEVs are an important step for SoCalGas in decarbonizing its fleet and supports …

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Ballard Fuel Cells to Power Expansion of Canadian Pacific Hydrogen Locomotive Program

VANCOUVER – Ballard Power Systems announced it received an order for eight additional 200 kW fuel cell modules to support the expansion of Canadian Pacific’s “CP”; (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) Hydrogen Locomotive Program from one to three locomotives, with expected delivery in 2022. Inclusive of Ballard’s announcement in March 2021, the …

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Canada – First Hydrogen creates NetzeroH2 Stations

First Hydrogen Corp. has established a new wholly owned subsidiary NetzeroH2 Inc. The company will be in charge of designing, producing and rolling out hydrogen stations for drivers of the firm’s vehicles. With this new service, the company seeks to expand its automotive strategy and build its relationship with owners …

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GM expands market for Hydrogen Fuel Cells beyond vehicles

DETROIT  — General Motors is finding new markets for its hydrogen fuel cell systems, announcing that it will work with another company to build mobile electricity generators, electric vehicle charging stations and power generators for military camps. The emissions-free generators will be designed to power large commercial buildings in the …

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Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 Trillion Spend

The hydrogen market will result in one of the largest disruptions to the energy sector in history and will help decarbonise the landscape, thanks to an anticipated $10 trillion spend to be made through 2050. This is according to a new report released by Rethink Energy, Hydrogen to clean up energy with $10 …

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Woodside and KBR to launch H2 project in Oaklahoma

KBR, Inc. (Houston) announced that it has been awarded an engineering services contract by Woodside Energy (USA) Inc. for its proposed H2OK liquid hydrogen production facility project in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide a front-end engineering design for Woodside’s H2OK liquid hydrogen facility. Cryogenic …

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Green Seas: What’s holding back H2 fuelling – not Technology

For Joe Pratt, the engineer who is chief executive of Zero Emission Industries, the main challenge of developing the first hydrogen-fuelled ferry in the US wasn’t technological. After all, the 75-passenger Sea Change was designed and built using existing tech, he said. Instead, a key difficulty that the project faced was …

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A H2- Fueled Duramax Engine Could Happen?

When it comes to vehicles that tow and haul, eliminating tailpipe emissions is a bit of a tricky thing because battery packs are, at the end of the day, rather large and heavy. The size and weight penalties are a reality for battery-electric passenger vehicles too, of course, but they’re …

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New Mexico in Nationwide debate over Hydrogen

When this year’s legislative session begins tomorrow, the New Mexico Roundhouse will become ground zero for a roaring local and national debate about whether hydrogen can, or should, play a role in today’s efforts to combat climate change. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is promoting a newly drafted Hydrogen Hub Act …

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