The Best Used Car Deal On The Block Is A Hydrogen-Powered Sedan
Publish Date: 6/4/2021

Mirai’s power plant has shown unprecedented durability, with only two vehicles having software glitches that needed attention out of 1200 new Mirais sold at Longo.

Tags: Cars

Californian legislators call for additional hydrogen infrastructure funding
Publish Date: 6/4/2021
Tags: Stations

SGH2 Signs Largest Green H2 Offtake Deals in History to Help Decarbonize the California Transportation Sector
Publish Date: 6/4/2021

Today, the global energy company SGH2 Energy announced the execution of contracts between its subsidiary SGH2 Lancaster Project Company, LLC and two of California’s largest owners and operators of hydrogen refueling stations (HRS).  The companies will use SGH2’s greener than green hydrogen to supply both existing and 90 new refueling stations, which are being rolled out across the state.

Also today, SGH2 Energy and the City of Lancaster announced the signing of their formal public-private partnership establishing the company and city as co-owners of the SGH2 greener than green hydrogen plant based in Lancaster, CA.

Tags: Stations, Hydrogen

Fuel cell electric vehicles: Embracing the scapegoat
Publish Date: 6/3/2021
Tags: Cars, Trucks, Buses

Hydrogen: Where the Building Trades and Climate Goals Meet
Publish Date: 6/3/2021
Tags: Hydrogen

EU Targets $1 Billion for Clean Technology in Pact With Bill Gates
Publish Date: 6/2/2021

The Commission and Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, a program founded by Gates, want to muster the funding in 2022-2026 to build large-scale, commercial-demonstration projects that will deliver significant reductions in carbon dioxide, the European Union’s regulator said on Wednesday. The partners will also invest in direct air emissions capture and long-duration energy storage.

Tags: Hydrogen

A Toyota Mirai just did 623 miles on a single tank of hydrogen
Publish Date: 6/3/2021
Tags: Cars

Denmark, Norway, and the United States to Lead Zero-Emission Shipping Mission
Publish Date: 6/3/2021
Tags: Marine, Aviation, Other

Shell, Worley to develop a 200MW electrolysis plant in Rotterdam
Publish Date: 6/1/2021
Tags: Hydrogen

Why Hydrogen May Be Renewable Energy's Best Bet; Wind, solar and lithium ion each have their own shortcomings and are not enough to meet the demands of the future.
Publish Date: 6/2/2021
Tags: Hydrogen

Fuel cell trucks poised for more fleet buy-in; As pilot tests for hydrogen-powered trucks ramp up in the U.S., trucking companies will have to decide if fuel cells are right for their fleet
Publish Date: 6/1/2021

“We have definitely seen an increase in interest from customers in the past year,” Amy Adams, Cummins' vice president of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies, told FleetOwner.

“The attractive parts of the fuel-cell vehicle for now is that it's much more similar to your operation of a diesel vehicle or natural gas vehicle–15 minutes for a fuel up,” Adams said.

Cummins will begin testing fuel cell trucks with four major fleets by the end of the year, Adams said.

Tags: Trucks

California can — and should — lead the world on clean hydrogen
Publish Date: 6/1/2021

With sustainability and renewable energy becoming more crucial with each day, it makes sense to ask: Why isn’t the U.S. on the list of 30 countries advancing low-carbon economies by leveraging clean hydrogen projects?

Fortunately, that may change with a new administration in Washington. President Biden’s infrastructure-focused American Jobs Plan, which is going through Congress now, includes investments in new hydrogen demonstration projects.

Tags: Hydrogen

Racing for Hydrogen: How Gas Giants Are Vying to Stay Relevant
Publish Date: 5/30/2021
Tags: Hydrogen

Japan targets 1,000 hydrogen stations by end of decade
Publish Date: 5/29/2021

The plan to increase the stations sixfold from the current level is part of Tokyo's goal to have all new car sales be electric by the middle of the next decade. Hydrogen vehicles employ fuel cells to power electric motors and would be included in this target.

Tags: Stations

Japan targets 1,000 hydrogen stations by end of decade
Publish Date: 5/29/2021

The plan to increase the stations sixfold from the current level is part of Tokyo's goal to have all new car sales be electric by the middle of the next decade. Hydrogen vehicles employ fuel cells to power electric motors and would be included in this target.

Tags: Stations

"We want to become number 1 in the world in hydrogen technologies": BMWi and BMVI are launching 62 large-scale hydrogen projects
Publish Date: 5/28/2021

Federal Minister of Economics Altmaier: “We want to become number 1 in the world in hydrogen technologies. To do this, we are pooling our strengths in Europe and initiating massive investments in the future technology hydrogen with the first joint European hydrogen project.

Federal Transport Minister Scheuer: “We are making Germany a hydrogen country.

Investments totaling 33 billion euros are to be triggered, including over 20 billion euros from private investors.

Tags: Hydrogen

Decarbonising end-use sectors: Practical insights on green hydrogen
Publish Date: 5/27/2021

Featuring several case studies on pioneering green hydrogen projects and first-hand interviews, this white paper by the Coalition provides insights from a renewable energy industry perspective on the growth opportunities of green hydrogen and what is needed from policy makers to accelerate its adoption worldwide.

Tags: Hydrogen

Hydrogen-Powered Trains Have Arrived; Railways are using the gas to clean up diesel routes. As predictable customers, they can help bring down the costs of green hydrogen for other sectors.
Publish Date: 5/27/2021

Yet that isn’t the case for rail transport. Hydrogen-powered trains built by France’s Alstom have already carried passengers over 110,000 miles on trial operations in Europe. The total lifetime cost of ownership is already comparable for trains running on diesel, hydrogen fuel cells or electrified lines, according to a report by consulting firm Roland Berger.

Tags: Marine, Aviation, Other

Fuelling a clean and bright future: CSIRO and partners launch $68M Hydrogen Industry Mission
Publish Date: 5/26/2021

Over the next five years, more than  100 projects worth $68M have been planned by partners including: Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER), Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) , Fortescue Metals Group,  Swinburne University, the Victorian Government, the Future Fuels CRC, National Energy Resources Australia (NERA), and the Australian Hydrogen Council, along with collaborators Toyota and Hyundai.

Tags: Hydrogen

Sinopec to launch first green hydrogen project in 2022
Publish Date: 5/26/2021
Tags: Hydrogen

Green Hydrogen Seen Fueling Heavy Trucks, Buses by 2030
Publish Date: 5/26/2021
Tags: Trucks

Hyundai Motor Upgrades Design and Performance of XCIENT Fuel Cell Truck for Global Expansion
Publish Date: 5/25/2021

Hyundai also plans to present XCIENT Fuel Cell to the North American market this year. Hyundai is in talks with several local governments and logistics businesses in the U.S. to establish potential joint operations of hydrogen-powered trucks for various purposes. The company is also planning to host XCIENT Fuel Cell roadshows and other events open to the general public.

China is another nation that has strong interest in heavy-duty trucks powered by hydrogen. Hyundai is carefully reviewing multiple options to introduce its fuel cell technology to corporate and government customers in China.

Tags: Trucks

North America’s first commercial hydrogen fuel cell, zero-emission e-ferry
Publish Date: 5/26/2021
Tags: Marine, Aviation, Other

Hyundai, Kia plan $7.4B U.S. investment in EVs, hydrogen and mobility
Publish Date: 5/13/2021

Hyundai also said it is working with public and private partners to expand the U.S. hydrogen ecosystem. Later in 2021, Hyundai said it "will proceed on a demonstration project in preparation for commercialization of fuel cell electric trucks."

Tags: Cars, Trucks

The right to hydrogen
Publish Date: 5/26/2021

This became visible this very week when John Kerry visited Berlin in order to prepare a joint approach with the Europeans towards the next big climate conference: The former US- Vice-President mentioned green hydrogen continuously at the same level as electrification.

Tags: Hydrogen

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