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New South Wales Moves Forward with Hydrogen Plans
After 40-Year Losing Streak, Fuel-Cell Maker Shares Are Soaring
Canadian hydrogen fuel-cell pioneer Ballard Power Systems Inc. has hung on for four decades without posting a profit, waging a battle far head of its time against the combustion engine.
Ansaldo Energia and Equinor in Hydrogen Gas Turbine Tests
Italian gas turbine manufacturer Ansaldo Energia and Norwegian energy giant Equinor are collaborating on tests involving running gas-fired power plant turbines on hydrogen.
Hydrogen Vehicles Celebrate Refueling Network with Road Trip
Hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles will travel nearly 6,000 km across Europe to converge in Hamburg to celebrate the expanding network of refueling stations.
US Hydrogen Industry Could Become More Than A $130b Industry by 2050
The US hydrogen industry could become big business by 2050. In fact, the Energy Policy Simulator (EPS) lays out different pathways in which hydrogen (H2) could become a major part of America’s energy mix.
Chinese Investment on Hydrogen Climbs 17% in 1H 2019,Surpassing US $14B
The Chinese hydrogen fuel sector realized total investment in excess of 100 billion yuan (approx. US$14.1 billion) during the first six months of 2019, compared with 85 billion yuan (approx. US$11.9 billion) in the same period of 2018.
ABB Will Provide Support to Produce Clean Hydrogen in Australia And Transport It to Japan
The project is considered to be one of the world's first efforts to commercialise liquid hydrogen production and transportation.
Green Hydrogen Is "Next Frontier for Wind"
Green hydrogen production from renewables is the next frontier for the wind power industry, according to Danish utility Orsted.
Fuel Cell Maker Not Worried About China's Decision to Slash Hydrogen Vehicle Incentives
If fuel cell suppliers and other industry players are worried about China’s announcement that the government is ending subsidies for hydrogen vehicles next year, they are doing a good job of not showing it.
German Wind Group Inks Hydrogen Agreement
Germany's Hydrogen Working Group held a working meeting for the first time this week and signed a cooperation agreement aimed at boosting wind power's role in the production of hydrogen.
Hydrogen Could Significantly Contribute to Italy's Clean Energy Economy
According to the CEO at Italy's national gas pipeline operator Snam SpA, Marco Alvera, hydrogen could be a very important part of the country’s clean energy economy future.
UK Company Powerhouse Energy Uses Non-Recyclable Plastics to Fuel Hydrogen Cars
Powerhouse Energy has developed a process where it shreds the waste and then heats it to around 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit to produce syngas — a mixture of hydrogen, methane and carbon monoxide.
Tractebel Claims They Produce Green Hydrogen at An Industrial Scale
New renewable hydrogen production technology could be a breakthrough in the generation of green hydrogen as engineers from Tractebel claim they have developed a technology to generate hydrogen from offshore wind at an industrial scale using electrolysis.
Argonne Team Recognized for New Fueling Technology That Can Lower Hydrogen Costs
Employees from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have been recognized for developing and commercializing technology that lowers the cost and increases the efficiency of dispensing hydrogen at refueling stations.
Plug Power to Bring Hydrogen Fuel Cargo Tow Tractors to Hamburg Airport
Germany’s Hamburg Airport will receive hydrogen fuel cargo tow tractors from Plug Power as part of a deal the American hydrogen fuel cell manufacturer inked with German specialty vehicle manufacturer Mulag.
Siemens Partners with HRA to Produce Green Hydrogen Power To Export To Asia
Siemens AG, the Germany-based multinational conglomerate company and largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe, is partnering with Hydrogen Renewables Australia (HRA) to produce green hydrogen power for a new project.
Germany To Pump Another $330m into Research On Green Hydrogen by 2023
Germany's Ministry of Education and Research has pledged to pump at least another €300m ($330m) into research on green hydrogen by 2023, on top of €180m that it had already allocated.
Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia Cooperate to Develop a 5000MW Hybrid Plant
Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia have signed an agreement to develop a 5000MW hybrid plant combining wind, solar and green hydrogen production.
Hydrogen Could Become A $130 Billion U.S. Industry By 2050！
As countries seek to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while providing cost-effective energy to businesses and consumers, hydrogen is emerging as a key technology – and it could soon be a multi-billion industry in the United States.
Unique Bio Hydrogen Production Processes Creates Fast On-Demand Energy
With their innovative bio hydrogen technology, the Macquarie synthetic biologists have created genetically-engineered sugar-loving bacteria that can generate on-demand, emission-free hydrogen fuel at a rate that's reportedly faster than has been done.
Construction to Begin on World's First Hydrogen Fuel Push Boat
The zero-emission boat will feature hydrogen fuel cells supplied by Ballard Power Systems.The hydrogen fuel push boat, which will be named Elektra, will feature propulsion power provided by the Ballard fuel cell modules, along with modular batteries.
Tractebel Unveil New Offshore Hydrogen Platform
Tractebel sees potential for carbon-neutral production of green hydrogen in large-scale offshore wind farms and its team is currently working on a detailed solution for the use of the new platform at an industrial scale.
Linde Establishes Hydrogen Joint Venture with ITM Power
German engineering company Linde has established a joint venture (JV) with Sheffield-based company ITM Power for the development of hydrogen power for major industrial projects.
Hydrogen Fuel is Getting Buzz, but Here's Why it hasn't Gone Mainstream
The hydrogen fuel that launches NASA rockets into space and provides electrical power via fuel cells produces only one waste product: water so pure the astronaut crew can drink it.
The German Government Has Acted to Remove A Key Hurdle to Solar Growth
The German government has acted to remove a key hurdle to solar growth, in a deal hammered out as pressure for bold climate policies builds in the country’s streets and legislative chambers.
U.S. Nuclear Utilities to Begin Making Carbon-Free Hydrogen for Commercial Use
Three nuclear utilities have been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to partner with the Idaho National Laboratory to begin making hydrogen for commercial use.
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