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US Department of Energy Initiative to Lower H2 Cost

Cost declines are seen as being critical to meaningful penetration of low carbon hydrogen – and this has been leading to ever more ambitious long term targets. In a March 11 Future Energy Outlooks Special Report, S&P Global Platts Analytics discussed challenging industry targets of renewable hydrogen cost of Eur1.50/kg by 2030 …

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California Legislators Push $300 Million Hydrogen Plan

  SONOMA, CA – JUNE 28: Actor and former governor of California Arnold California’s policymakers are lobbying for hydrogen fuel to play a larger role in the state’s economy. A bipartisan group of 20 legislators penned a letter to assembly leaders requesting that $300 million of a $500 million executive order on …

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University of California Irvine’s Views on Hydrogen

As a Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace and Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of California Irvine, Jack Brouwer is keenly aware of the challenge of informing the public and policymakers about the crucial role of hydrogen in achieving our zero-emissions goals. In his role as the Director of …

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GM Accerates Hydrogen Fuel Cell Projects

General Motors on Wednesday announced plans for two additional United States battery factories and new hydrogen fuel-cell projects as part of a $35 billion investment in green technology through 2025.The two newly-announced battery-cell plants will complement factories in Ohio (supplying the GMC Hummer EV and Chevrolet Silverado EV) and Tennessee (supplying the Cadillac Lyriq) that are already …

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Capitol Hill Washington – Advance Hydrogen Priorities

As governments around the world continue to find ways to support the development and emergence of a hydrogen economy, to date the United States has trailed many other countries that have created national strategies and committed financial resources to the nascent energy source. Recent developments, however, indicate that the United …

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Truck Talk: Hydrogen rising

This week we explore evidence that may soon demand a verdict on hydrogen as a transportation fuel, plus highlights from companies doing what they can to get on the right side of the business viability that Lordstown Motors said may elude the electric pickup truck startup. Time to get serious …

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Port of Los Angeles demonstrates Hydrogen Freight

The Port of Los Angeles is launching five hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) as well as the grand opening of two hydrogen fueling stations under the $82.5 million Shore-to-Store (S2S) project. The 12-month demonstration of zero-emissions Class 8 trucks will now include five more hydrogen-fueled heavy-duty trucks, two battery-electric yard …

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US Department of Energy launches hydrogen initiative

HOUSTON (ICIS)–The US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a request for information (RFI) for viable hydrogen demonstration, including specific locations, that would help lower the cost of hydrogen. Responses are due by 7 July. The RFI covers hydrogen initiatives in production, resources and infrastructure, as well as other environmental …

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Plug Power Announces Hydrogen Plant in Georgia

Plug Power Inc, a leading provider of hydrogen solutions, today announced plans to build a green hydrogen production plant in Camden County, Georgia, to serve customers across the southeastern United States. The announcement affirms Plug Power’s continued commitment to establish the first North American green hydrogen supply network, as the …

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