California is a long ways away from the finish line in the fight against climate pollution
The time is right to power up hydrogen: The EU must consider all options if it is to achieve carbon neutrality
There have been many false dawns for hydrogen. The successful expansion in renewables would not have come without government support at the beginning. Ultimately it will need to be up to industry to determine whether hydrogen finally fulfils its promise, but this alliance could prove a start.
Pembina Institute: Hydrogen has a role in pathways to net-zero emissions
Is Hydrogen the New Wonder Fuel? Technology to realize the vast potential of hydrogen is solid, but investors may be too far ahead of the adoption curve
United Kingdom: Full speed ahead for the Hydrogen Taskforce
Air Liquide and Port of Rotterdam Authority: hydrogen road transport
Air Liquide and the Port of Rotterdam Authority announce the launch of a jointly created initiative, which aims at enabling 1,000 hydrogen-powered zero-emission trucks on the roads connecting the Netherlands, Belgium, and West Germany by 2025. Several partners representing the whole supply chain, from truck manufacturers such as VDL Groep, Iveco/Nikola to transport companies Vos Logistics, Jongeneel Transport and HN Post, as well as leading fuel cell suppliers have already agreed to join. This is one of the largest projects in Europe for the development of hydrogen trucks and related infrastructure and will contribute to improve air quality by reducing by an estimated amount of more than 100,000 tonnes CO2 emissions per year, which is equivalent to 110 million kilometers driven.
China Takes New Step to Power Up Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles
European Commission sets out plans for the energy system of the future and clean hydrogen
In an integrated energy system, hydrogen can support the decarbonisation of industry, transport, power generation and buildings across Europe. The EU Hydrogen Strategy addresses how to transform this potential into reality, through investments, regulation, market creation and research and innovation.
HEXAGON PURUS AWARDED CONTRACT BY TOYOTA FOR HYDROGEN POWERED ELECTRIC HEAVY-DUTY TRUCKS
Powering a climate-neutral economy: Commission sets out plans for the energy system of the future and clean hydrogen
Air Products, ACWA Power and NEOM Sign Agreement for $5 Billion Production Facility in NEOM Powered by Renewable Energy for Production and Export of Green Hydrogen to Global Markets
The World’s Largest Green Hydrogen Project Will Supply 650 Tons Per Day of Carbon-Free Hydrogen for Transportation Globally and Save the World Three Million Tons Per Year of CO2
World’s First Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Truck, Hyundai XCIENT Fuel Cell, Heads to Europe for Commercial Use
- Hyundai Motor is shipping the first 10 units of XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world’s first fuel cell heavy-duty truck, to Switzerland - Hyundai will roll out 50 trucks this year and total of 1,600 units by 2025 - Powered by 190-kW hydrogen fuel cell system, XCIENT Fuel Cell can travel approximately 400 km on a single charge - Developed independently by Hyundai Motor, XCIENT Fuel Cell will help decarbonize the world - Hyundai to develop tractor unit with driving range of 1,000 kilometers on a single charge
Get the H outta here: Life with a hydrogen powered car
“I love it, and I feel like I’m part of the solution” to climate change, said Mark Mobley of Garden Grove, Calif. “I went from a 2005 Corolla to the Mirai. I skipped the whole hybrid step and went from a car with roll-up windows to all this new technology. People stop me in the grocery store parking lot to talk about it.”
Ensuring Canada’s economic recovery is an environmental recovery
German EU Presidency: Berlin to lead on EU economic policy
The German minister devoted a large part of his speech to the topic of climate and energy and in particular to “green hydrogen”. Altmaier explained that the aim was not only to preserve the German and European industrial sector but also to make it more resilient. To achieve this, Germany would be relying on hydrogen.
Air Liquide Will Build the First High-pressure Hydrogen Refueling Station for Long-haul Trucks in Europe
Air Liquide announces the installation of the first high-pressure hydrogen refueling station in Europe, with capacity to serve the first fleet of long-haul hydrogen trucks. This investment reflects the Group's strategy to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen energy through large-scale projects, particularly in the heavy vehicle segment.
European hydrogen D-Day on 8 July, according to Kadri Simson, European Commissioner for Energy
The European Hydrogen D-Day will be on 8 July, when the Commission officially launches its two ‘Strategies’ on the topic: one relating to the integration of energy systems and another specifically dedicated to H2. To achieve these goals, the Commission’s work will focus on 4 areas main, starting from “ the need to create a virtuous cycle of increasing hydrogen supply and demand“. Target that will be pursued through “a system approach to the production of this energy carrier” and also with the launch of the Clean Hydrogen Alliance, “which will bring together all the players in the hydrogen value chain: investors, institutions and industry”. The second item of intervention will concern “la need for a regulatory framework able to outline an open and competitive market, characterized by international trade and infrastructures capable of transporting hydrogen where necessary “.
Apex inaugurates a zero-carbon hydrogen production plant, equipped with McPhy electrolyzers
Apex Energy completed the construction of its hydrogen production facility in Rostock-Laage, on June 12. This plant will supply the headquarter of the Group and a commercial area with electricity and heating, thanks to a fuel cell.
Hyundai Motor Group Releases New Videos to Introduce Value of Hydrogen Energy
Green Deal: key to a climate-neutral and sustainable EU
EC plans euro-based hydrogen benchmark by 2021: draft EU strategy
Hydrogen "game changer" for Norway; Could be the new oil, the opposition believes.
California takes bold step to reduce truck pollution; First-of-its-kind requirement for electric trucks will help communities hardest hit by air pollution
Today, the California Air Resources Board adopted a first-in-the-world rule requiring truck manufacturers to transition from diesel trucks and vans to electric zero-emission trucks beginning in 2024. By 2045, every new truck sold in California will be zero-emission.
SunLine Transit Agency: Driving a hydrogen-fuelled future
Plug Power Stock Will Soar on Increasing Use of Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Since 2014, the retailer had deployed a new Plug Power solution at its distribution centers at a pace of one every six weeks.