Hyundai Motor Joins Hands with Chinese Partners to Lead Hydrogen Mobility Ecosystem Development in China
Publish Date: 11/6/2020
· Hyundai Motor, Shanghai Electric Power, Shanghai Sunwise New Energy System and Shanghai Ronghe Electric Technology Financial Leasing recently signed an MOU to establish a hydrogen fuel cell commercial vehicle ecosystem around Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta area in China · Hyundai Motor entered a separate MOU with China Iron and Steel Research Institute Group and Hebei Iron and Steel Group to encourage popularization of a hydrogen mobilities in Jing-Jin-Ji region · Under the MOUs, Hyundai and its regional partners aim to supply a total of 4,000 fuel cell electric commercial vehicles in China by 2025 · Hyundai’s XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world’s first heavy-duty fuel cell truck, makes its Chinese debut at 2020 China International Import Expo
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Hydrogen fuel cell train to be developed with EU funding
Publish Date: 11/4/2020
The prototype will be produced by modifying a CAF Civia Class 463 three-car EMU, a type which is found on many Spanish commuter networks. This will be equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell system and lithium-titanate batteries, giving the ability to operate through from electrified routes onto non-electrified lines.
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Linde to Produce Green Hydrogen for Mobility Market in California
Publish Date: 11/2/2020
Linde () announced it will start producing green hydrogen at its plant in Ontario, California, supporting the growing needs of hydrogen mobility customers in the region. With this investment, the company will be able to provide green hydrogen to fuel up to 1,600 vehicles a day and help avoid up to 50,000 MT CO2e per year.
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‘Hydrogen Wars’ Pit Europe v. China for $700 Billion Business; U.S. sits on sidelines amid global race to cut CO2 emissions
Publish Date: 11/1/2020
“It’s countries going against countries to lock in market share,” said Gero Farruggio, head of renewables at research firm Rystad Energy. “We call it ‘the hydrogen wars’ because of the way governments are racing to subsidize these projects to be a leader.”
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Google Pledges 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy by 2030; “We are the first major company that’s set out to do this, and we aim to be the first to achieve it,” says Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Publish Date: 11/1/2020
The white paper also highlights other technologies that could help bridge the gap between renewable power’s inherent intermittency and the consistent needs of its facilities, including “advanced nuclear, enhanced geothermal, low-impact hydro, long-duration storage, green hydrogen, and carbon capture and storage.” These are the same list of technologies that utilities, states and countries with zero-carbon commitments are planning to rely on to reach their goals.
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This is how policymakers can boost the hydrogen market
Publish Date: 10/30/2020
How else can European policymakers accelerate our move towards making hydrogen a truly viable alternative? Here are three key areas to look at. Building demand at scale Creating common standards and definitions for growth Mechanisms to bridge the gap
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With an investment of 150 million euros, it will contribute to the decarbonisation of the industrial sector and will be operational in 2021 Iberdrola and Fertiberia launch the largest plant producing green hydrogen for industrial use in Europe; With an in
Publish Date: 10/30/2020
Iberdrola will construct a photovoltaic plant (100 MW), a battery installation and a system for producing green H2 by electrolysis from 100 % renewable sources The green hydrogen will be used at the Fertiberia fertilizer plant in Puertollano, making it the first European company in its sector to develop large-scale expertise in the generation of green ammonia The initiative will generate up to 700 jobs and avoid emissions of 39,000 tCO2/year
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How Hydrogen Trucks Are Shaping The Future Of The Port Of Los Angeles
Publish Date: 10/29/2020
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Study shows how hydrogen fits in Atlantic region's energy transition
Publish Date: 10/29/2020
The study finds that for the Maritimes to realize hydrogen's full potential, the region must take a regionally cooperative approach to energy policy. Among its recommendations are development of a clean energy roadmap for the Atlantic region, creation of a strong regulatory framework with incentives to transform and decarbonize the region's energy system and aligned action plans, policies and high-profile projects that encourage local industry participation. The study shows that renewable hydrogen produced from wind combined with grid-scale hydrogen storage can be an enabler to increase energy independence, heavy duty transport can be a major contributor to hydrogen demand and the potential to use hydrogen for building heating is significant.
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Collaborative Effort to Help Drive Emissions to Zero or Near-Zero By 2050; EPRI president says the United States could produce electricity with little to no carbon emissions by 2050 through the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative.
Publish Date: 10/28/2020
The LCRI also includes research, testing, and technology demonstrations for large-scale use of low-carbon energy carriers — hydrogen, ammonia, synthetic fuels, and biofuels — and processes, such as blending hydrogen in natural gas pipelines, and carbon capture, use, and storage technologies.
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Why the next truck you see may be a quiet, zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell rig
Publish Date: 10/26/2020
If Nikola is successful, that could help popularize hydrogen trucks, which would be “good for everyone,” Toyota’s Lund said. But “our strategy is different,” Lund said. “They’ve been outspoken about what they’re going to do. Our culture is to explain to you what we’ve done.”
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Norway: The starting shot for hydrogen; The hen and the egg will cooperate on the rollout.
Publish Date: 10/9/2020
H2Fuel Norway, which is partly owned by NEL, is now pressing together with Toyota on the start button for the hydrogen investment in Norway. This became clear when both companies this week invited to an information meeting about their respective initiatives.
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Opel puts cars with fuel cells on the road
Publish Date: 10/24/2020
For the future, the fuel cell should also play a role as a drive. In an interview with the FAZ, Lohscheller announced the first tests on the road for the next year. Accordingly, the brand with the Blitz wants to equip a number of small family vans of the Zafira type with fuel cells.
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GM ‘Going Forward’ With Nikola Partnership Talks on Trucks
Publish Date: 10/24/2020
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Major Energy Companies Bet Big on Hydrogen;There are plenty of obstacles. But advocates see the fuel playing a vital role in slashing emissions
Publish Date: 10/24/2020
Hydrogen now supplies less than 5% of the world’s energy—most of it used for oil refining and chemical production—but research firm BloombergNEF says it could reach nearly a quarter of global energy consumption by 2050 with strong government policies promoting it. By then, the fuel could generate more than $2.5 trillion of direct revenue annually, according to the Hydrogen Council, a trade group that includes oil-and-gas majors.
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Entergy's plans mark a kickstart for U.S. hydrogen
Publish Date: 10/23/2020
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World-leading Pilbara renewables hub given EPA approval
Publish Date: 10/23/2020
The approval marks a major step forward for the project, which plans to eventually expand to 26GW of renewable wind and solar, providing energy to service industry in the Pilbara and markets in Asia with green hydrogen and ammonia.
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Will ‘Black April’ prove a turning point for energy?; FT energy editor David Sheppard quizzes Fatih Birol of the International Energy Agency on the transition to ‘net zero’
Publish Date: 10/21/2020
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Opinion: Hydrogen gas key to California avoiding rolling blackouts; It’s a fuel that produces zero carbon emissions and can be stored for use during surges in electricity demand
Publish Date: 10/21/2020
The lesson from a summer of searing heat and ferocious wildfires is that California must maintain its commitment to renewable energy, and it must target its incentives and investments to ensure clean-energy storage that will balance its electrical grid. The Public Utilities Commission and the Energy Commission must pursue an aggressive strategy to fully incorporate clean hydrogen into California’s renewable portfolio.
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Toyota Tsusho to Conduct Feasibility Study into Local Production for Local Consumption of Hydrogen
Publish Date: 10/15/2020
Toyota Tsusho has thus far taken part in a variety of projects aimed at demonstrating the feasibility of hydrogen production and use. Leveraging the expertise it has gained thereby, the company will carry out two feasibility studies at the Port of Los Angeles and in its vicinity in conjunction with TAI: 1. A feasibility study into the use of hydrogen to power large-scale port machinery with FC and it hydrogen supply scheme; and 2. A feasibility study into the production of hydrogen from biogases derived from livestock manure.
Tags: Trucks, Marine, Aviation, Other, Hydrogen, Fuel Cells

Japan aims to set up commercial hydrogen fuel supply chain by 2030
Publish Date: 10/15/2020
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Scotland to trial world's first hydrogen-powered ferry in Orkney; The world’s first hydrogen-fuelled ferry is set to undergo testing as Scotland powers forward in the green energy race
Publish Date: 10/14/2020
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Chart Industries Acquires Worthington Industries’ Cryogenic Trailer and Hydrogen Trailer Business
Publish Date: 10/14/2020
This acquisition includes ownership of the Theodore, Alabama manufacturing site, all trailer-related intellectual property, manufacturing capabilities, equipment and repair backlog.
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CEC Approves $384 Million Plan to Accelerate Zero-Emission Transportation
Publish Date: 10/14/2020
The plan approved today includes: $132.9 million for light-duty EV charging infrastructure. $129.8 million for medium- and heavy-duty ZEVs and infrastructure. $70 million for hydrogen refueling infrastructure. $25 million for zero-and near-zero-carbon fuel production and supply. $10 million for recovery and reinvestment. $9 million for ZEV manufacturing. $7.5 million for workforce development.
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Liebreich: Separating Hype from Hydrogen – Part One: The Supply Side
Publish Date: 10/13/2020
Michael Liebreich is founder and senior contributor to BloombergNEF. He is on the international advisory board of Equinor.
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