Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles projected to be less expensive to run than battery electric and internal combustion engine vehicles within 10-years
Deloitte-Ballard Joint White Paper Assesses Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Solutions for Transportation
How I became a convert to hydrogen
Dr Alan Finkel is Australia's chief scientist.
Toyota to Build Prototype City of the Future
Called the Woven City, it will be a fully connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
Plug Power Receives $172M Order for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Solutions from Fortune 100 Customer
SSAB initiates study in Finland for fossil-free steel
The HYBRIT initiative, owned by SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall, aims to replace the coke used in iron ore-based steelmaking with hydrogen. Ironmaking accounts for around 90% of SSAB’s carbon dioxide emissions. The new process would emit water instead of carbon dioxide. Laboratory tests and a prefeasibility study have shown that the process works and the pilot plant being built in Luleå, Sweden will be completed in 2020. The aim of the initiative is an ambitious one and will potentially reduce Sweden’s carbon dioxide emissions by 10% and Finland’s by 7%.
BMW r&d chief sees rising demand for diverse, multifunctional powertrains
Fuel Cells and the Mirai: Toyota Explains Its Vision for a Hydrogen Future
Toyota Mirai Cars Power U2 Concerts in Tokyo
Four hydrogen-cell-powered Toyota Mirai vehicles, parked backstage, stored the energy that delivered the power.
The hydrogen fuel cells stored clean and renewable energy derived from solar power, with zero carbon emissions. U2 are the first international touring band to use hydrogen power at a show and the second Tokyo gig was the first sold-out show to use this energy source to power the backline.
Is Hydrogen the Power Industry’s Holy Grail?
Nel Hydrogen Presents On-Demand Green Hydrogen Webinar
‘Particularly significant’ year for Scottish energy sector as climate emergency came calling
Heavy-Duty Hydrogen: Fuel Cell Trains And Trucks Power Up For The 2020s
"More hydrogen!" Senator for Economic Affairs Michael Westhagemann on more climate protection for Hamburg and the necessary technologies for it
"The biggest challenge is that we have to make progress in a variety of areas in terms of the energy transition and climate protection, not only in the electricity market, but also in mobility, building heating and industry. Hydrogen as a universal energy storage is an indispensable building block."
Hydrogen fuel cells gaining momentum
Don Brunell, retired president of the Association of Washington Business, writes, "Now that hydrogen technology is growing in acceptance, it is starting to scale up, reduce production costs, and accelerate infrastructure and research."
The (Green) Hydrogen Economy is About to Take Off [story from the Rocky Mountain Institute]
With a 12X increase in the capacity of electrolyzers on its way over the next five years, hydrogen is poised to begin delivering on its promise.
Sweden’s Summer Sunshine Stored in Hydrogen for the Winter
How We Can Transition to a Low Carbon Future: An interview with Patrick Molloy of the Rocky Mountain Institute
"I think there's a preconception in a lot of places that fuel cells versus battery electric vehicles is the right conversation. I disagree with that. Fuel cell electric vehicles offer a very distinct set of advantages for certain use cases. In other cases, battery electric vehicles will be a very strong option. Our focus should be on removing internal combustion engines and moving toward a situation where we have a zero carbon solution for all of mobility."
Driving towards a greener future: Nikola’s freight expectations
“Our first pilot hydrogen station is going to be installed next year in Arizona, and that’s where Anheuser-Busch has a location,” affirms [Jesse] Schneider [executive vice president of Nikola Motor], “and in 2022, we’ll be spreading out to California – planning to ramp up to 10 stations to California and then expand beyond that.”
What differentiates the Nikola truck from the Tesla semi?
Nel ASA: Establishes joint venture to supply green hydrogen to Hyundai trucks in Norway
Nel Fuel AS, a subsidiary of Nel ASA today announces the establishment of Green H2 Norway, a joint venture together with H2 Energy AS (H2 Energy), Greenstat AS (Greenstat) and Akershus Energi Infrastruktur AS (Akershus Energi). Green H2 Norway will establish renewable hydrogen production facilities in Norway to supply hydrogen to Hyundai trucks which are expected in Norway from 2020.
Everfuel awarded €6m for establishment of hydrogen production facility in Denmark
Platts launches first US and European hydrogen assessments
"We estimate that a shift to zero-carbon hydrogen in existing applications, along with modest penetration in gas pipelines and trucks, can reduce global energy combustion CO2 emissions by more than 7%," said Roman Kramarchuk, head of energy scenarios, policy and technology, S&P Global Platts Analytics.