Jaguar Land Rover is developing a hydrogen fuel cell SUV; British firm is evaluating and looking into the development of a new hydrogen fuel cell SUV
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HTEC and 7-Eleven Canada Open Hydrogen Fueling Station in North Vancouver
7-Eleven Canada and HTEC are partnering on three hydrogen fueling stations to support the rollout of zero-emission hydrogen electric vehicles in British Columbia
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DOE Announces New Lab Consortia to Advance Hydrogen and Fuel Cell R&D
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the intention to invest up to $100 million over five years in two new DOE National Laboratory-led consortia to advance hydrogen and fuel cell technologies research and development (R&D). This funding is subject to appropriations. One consortium will conduct R&D to achieve large-scale, affordable electrolyzers, which use electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, and can be powered by various energy sources, including natural gas, nuclear, and renewables. This R&D will complement and help support large industry deployment by enabling more durable, efficient, and low-cost electrolyzers.The other consortium will conduct R&D to accelerate development of fuel cells for heavy-duty vehicle applications, including long-haul trucks. This initiative will set a five-year goal to prove the ability to have a fully competitive heavy-duty fuel cell truck that can meet all of the durability, cost, and performance requirements of the trucking industry.
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It’s time for large deployment of H2 buses in Europe». Interview with Bart Biebuyck (FCH JU)
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Fuel Cell Maker Wants to Supply Gas for Hydrogen Economy
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China Takes New Step to Power Up Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles
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Enel to launch hydrogen business as part of green drive
Europe’s biggest utility Enel is set to launch a green hydrogen business next year to speed up its plans to become a carbon-free power producer by 2050.
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EU plans green hydrogen push, with hints of blue - draft
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Speech by EU Energy Commissioner Simson at the Global Hydrogen Forum 2020
"First, we need to activate a virtuous circle of increased supply and demand for hydrogen, boosting demand in end uses, like industrial applications and transport, and investing in developing electrolysers with greater capacity. Part of this is bringing down the cost of clean hydrogen to make it competitive. For this, we need more and cheaper renewable energy, and an efficient electricity market."
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Equity Participation in FirstElement Fuel Inc. in the United States; Supporting Japanese Companies’ Overseas Business Expansion
...JBIC's investment in FEF is intended to support the overseas expansion of these Japanese companies as well as to contribute to maintaining and enhancing the international competitiveness of Japanese industry.
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Mitsui invests $25m in FirstElement Fuel
Japan’s Mitsui has invested $25m in California’s biggest hydrogen station developer and operator FirstElement Fuel (FEF).
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Germany Capitalizes On Crisis With Big Bet On Hydrogen
The Germans have woken up to hydrogen's potential due to several factors. First, the availability of large quantities of cheap electricity due to the installment of wind turbines and solar panels improves the business case for green hydrogen. Second, Germany requires green hydrogen to decarbonize its industry. Thirdly, Berlin is aware of the watershed moment and the potential to become a global powerhouse for hydrogen-related technologies. Therefore, policymakers recently unveiled a €9 billion (approximately $10.2 billion) economic stimulus package to kick-start the hydrogen economy.
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Spain’s Repsol plans to invest millions in fuel production using green hydrogen
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McKinsey: How a post-pandemic stimulus can both create jobs and help the climate
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The dawn of green hydrogen; Maintaining the Gulf Cooperation Council's edge in a decarbonized world
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Six EU countries lead push for clean hydrogen support
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Tokuyama and Toyota Start Verification Tests in Japan for Stationary Fuel Cell Generator that Uses By-product Hydrogen
By using components from the Mirai FC system, such as the FC stack, power control unit (PCU), and secondary battery, Toyota seeks to produce a high-performance generator at a reasonable price. Development on the FC generator was carried out jointly by Toyota and Toyota Energy Solutions, Inc.
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Norwegian green steel project, hydrogen strategy launched
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Scotland: £62 million fund for energy sector; Support package to help deliver net zero future.
The fund will also position the North East of Scotland as a Hydrogen model region, contributing early funding to projects including: ACORN CCS & ACORN Hydrogen; Aberdeen Vision; and the Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub.
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Take the zero emission ferry? Plans for Isle of Wight green hydrogen project move forward
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IHS Markit: Bringing people together: The role of hydrogen in a deeply decarbonized future
IHS Markit anticipates that, in regions aiming for net-zero carbon, hydrogen could provide as much energy as natural gas today, 20% to 25%. In other regions with lower targets, hydrogen could still account for 10% of the final energy balance.
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Exclusive: RWE, Thyssenkrupp Plan Hydrogen Production Venture
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Nikola in talks with automakers for Badger pickup truck production: founder
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German hydrogen strategy aims for global leadership in energy transition
nvironment minister Svenja Schulze said hydrogen is the "energy of the future" that will give a "double boost" to the climate and jobs. "Above all, we will sell the technology – we're really good at that in Germany," Schulze told public broadcaster ARD.
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German cabinet approves hydrogen strategy, sets 14 TWh target by 2030
On June 3, the cabinet approved a Eur7 billion ($7.8 billion) package to reach 5 GW of electrolysis capacity by 2030.
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