AGROLA starts to build its first hydrogen filling station with green hydrogen in Zofingen (AG).
Hydrogen mobility offers all the prerequisites for sustainably reducing CO 2 emissions and supporting the energy transition. Hydrogen from renewable energy contributes to the decarbonisation of transport. More hydrogen filling stations will follow.
CNH Industrial to lead Nikola’s Series D round with $250MM USD investment
Parties announce strategic partnership to industrialize fuel-cell and battery electric Heavy-Duty Trucks for North America and Europe
LONDON — CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI / MI: CNHI), today announced its intention to enter into a strategic and exclusive Heavy Duty Truck partnership with Nikola Corporation, based in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A., to accelerate industry transformation towards emission neutrality of Class 8 / Heavy Duty Trucks in North America and Europe through the adoption of fuel-cell technology.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has announced that SGN, along with partners Arup, Kiwa Gastec and the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, have been successful in our bid into their Hydrogen Supply Competition.
Last week H2point received the message that the DKTI subsidy (Demonstration Scheme for Climate Technologies and Innovations in Transport) has been awarded. Together with the previously received European BENEFIC subsidy, this paves the way for the rollout of a hydrogen station in Roosendaal.
On August 23, a new Hydrogen Refueling Station (HRS) supplied by Air Liquide opened in the DAEDO Energy bus depot, in Busan, South Korea. Entirely financed by Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) for the city of Busan, this HRS is built using Air Liquide technology and will be operated by DAEDO, a local station operator.
On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced it has approved up to $9.41 million in funding to Hazer Group Limited (Hazer) for the construction and operation of a groundbreaking hydrogen production facility in Munster, Western Australia.
BEIJING – China’s installed capacity of hydrogen fuel cells surged 642.6 percent year-on-year to 45,876.9 kilowatts in the first seven months of this year despite a subsidy withdrawal from the new energy vehicles (NEVs) sector, according to industry data.