‘Ridiculous to suggest green hydrogen alone can meet world’s H2 needs’; Climate targets will not be hit if 'blue hydrogen' is not vigorously pursued, chairman of European Energy Research Alliance tells Recharge
Reports: Wrightbus reveals plans to deliver 3,000 hydrogen buses
World has 'historic' opportunity for green tech boost, says global watchdog
The Truck Industry Bets On the Other Electric Vehicle; World’s top two truck manufacturers are teaming up to develop hydrogen fuel cells
Massive ramp-up of truck charging and re-fuelling infrastructure needed, new data reveals
Japan H2 Mobility aims to launch 24 more hydrogen stations in 2020-21
Norway's record-high share of electric cars produces large CO2 cuts worldwide
Research leader Sverre Alvik of DNV GL says the large sale of electric car in Norway has helped to push down the price of batteries and electric cars worldwide. This has led to higher sales in other countries than it would have been without the Norwegian effort.
Pillars of Progess: Mobility – Hydrogen buses make inroads in cities
#EarthDay2020 – How Covid-19 and Earth Day Fuel Awareness of EVs & FCEVs
“When it comes to mobility, zero-emission technologies will play a key role, including battery and fuel cell electric vehicles. Whether its passenger cars, buses or trucks or other forms of transportation, these complementary technologies are necessary to reach the green future we envision.”
Global Renewables Outlook: Energy transformation 2050
Hydrogen could be Norway's next industrial adventure
The private sector is ready to invest billions, but the money will disappear to other countries unless Norway seizes the opportunity now, writes six industry leaders.
S. Korea to Export Hydrogen Fuel Cells to Europe and U.S.
The Volvo Group and Daimler Truck AG to lead the development of sustainable transportation by forming joint venture for large-scale production of fuel cells
Green Hydrogen Pipeline Surges on a Wave of Announced Mega-Projects; Demand for electrolyzers that will produce hydrogen from renewables is growing rapidly, Wood Mackenzie says.
In its first report, titled Green Hydrogen Production: Landscape, Projects and Costs, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables counted 3.2 gigawatts of planned electrolyzer capacity, a twelvefold increase over the cumulative installed capacity at the time. As of March 2020, that pipeline had increased to 8.2 gigawatts, or 31 times the cumulative installed capacity today.
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles in America
Hydrogen Europe floats post COVID-19 green blueprint
Focus EU hydrogen targets on sector demand not supply: EC official
Scaling up hydrogen production only made sense if demand for it also increased.