BMW exclusive: Clearest indication yet of BMW’s vision for hydrogen drivetrains

“We have been working on hydrogen continuously through all these years, in different projects and each of those projects built upon each other,” Dr. Guldner reaffirms. “We simply had a varying amount of external noise that we made about each of them.”

“Maybe to the outside it looked like we have been a bit up and down with hydrogen, but internally it has been very steady and deliberate in terms of how the projects have logically built upon each other.”

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Germany Plans Incentives to Boost Hydrogen in Energy Mix
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Toyota Unveils Hydrogen Utility Truck for Port of Los Angeles
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New Report Offers Road Map to U.S. Hydrogen Energy Leadership

This Road Map shows … with the right actions now, we can reinforce U.S. energy leadership and strengthen our economy by generating $140 billion per year in revenue and 700,000 jobs by 2030, and, $750 billion per year in revenue and 3.4 million jobs by 2050 hydrogen.

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European auto industry eager to move towards zero-emission mobility but infrastructure and incentives lacking

"...ultimately, this transition is a joint responsibility of the industry, infrastructure operators, member states, the European Commission and MEPs – it cannot be seen as the sole responsibility of vehicle manufacturers."

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Ceres announces hydrogen ready fuel cell system

Ceres Power announced the successful development of its first zero-emission combined heat and power (CHP) system, designed exclusively for use with hydrogen fuel.

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ExxonMobil, FuelCell Energy Expand Agreement for Carbon Capture Technology
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Air Liquide and Sinopec sign an MoU to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen mobility solutions in China
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Germany must beat Asia in hydrogen technology race - government

The German government believes hydrogen is key not only for a successful energy transition, but also for the future of the country's famed industry. This is why Germany must beat Asian countries – in particular China and Japan – to claim global leadership in the technology, according to economy minister Peter Altmaier.

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Havyard Group and PowerCell working on most powerful maritime fuel cell system yet
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2020 Hyundai NEXO and Sonata Hybrid Land Speed Record Attempts
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Engie's renewables chief on scaling corporate contracts, hydrogen hopes and offshore wind
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Shell – MAN project receives German federal funding

Today Minister for Transport Andreas Scheuer and member of federal parliament Christoph Ploss handed over a signed grant certificate to the project consortium of Shell, MAN, Anleg GmbH and TU Braunschweig for a project to develop and deploy a long-haul heavy-duty hydrogen truck in tractor-trailer configuration.

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PowerCell to present new version of MS-100 fuel cell system for electrification on land and at sea
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Funding the Transition to All Zero-Emission Vehicles
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Center for Hydrogen Safety Announces Collaboration with the Hydrogen Council
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5 people in the E.U. tackling gas market reform

Commission officials have talked about the need to reform the EU gas market for a while but there’s still no timeline for delivery, nor is it clear what legislative format the effort would come in. The gas industry is trying to stay one step ahead, calling for financial and regulatory support for investing in green gases such as biogas and hydrogen.

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Horizon to Deliver World-First 500hp PEM Fuel Cells for Heavy Vehicle Applications
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Hyundai Motor Accelerates Hydrogen Technology Development through Strategic Investments

Hyundai to invest in Impact Coatings, H2Pro and GRZ Technologies for fuel cell, hydrogen production, and hydrogen storage technologies.

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Linde supplies first liquid hydrogen pump in California
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Kenworth Expert Talks Zero Emission Trucks [Interview]

In this interview, we talk with Brian Lindgren, Director Research & Development at Kenworth. Brian shares his views on the biggest challenges around zero-emission heavy duty transport, as well as Kenworth’s experience with zero emission trucks.

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Unprecedented momentum for green hydrogen

‘Hydrogen: a renewable energy perspective’ estimates that hydrogen from renewable power, so called green hydrogen, could translate into 8 per cent of global energy consumption by 2050. 16 per cent of all generated electricity would be used to produce hydrogen by then. Green hydrogen could particularly offer ways to decarbonise a range of sectors where it is proving difficult to meaningfully reduce CO2 emissions.

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Hyundai unveils upgraded hydrogen bus for Korean police
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Fuel cell train to be tested in the Netherlands
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