DUBAI — Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), welcomed Sarah bint Yousef Al Amiri, the UAE Minister of State for Advanced Technology, who headed a high-level delegation from the Ministry, to discuss strengthening bilateral cooperation to achieve the vision of the wise leadership to promote the UAE’s transition towards a knowledge-based economy and consolidate its position as a hub for advanced sciences and technologies.
NEW DELHI – A global supply crunch of electrolysers needed to produce green hydrogen and a lack of domestic manufacturers to make them pose a major challenge to India’s ambitious targets to use the zero-carbon fuel, a government official told Reuters.
Extreme E plans to launch global hydrogen Championship in 2024 called Extreme H
Extreme H will race in the same locations as Extreme E, on the same days with the same sporting format.
Two categories, full transition or combined racing, are all options to integrate Hydrogen into the Competition.
A hydrogen fuel cell will replace the battery as the Extreme H car’s principal energy source
Green hydrogen sources will be used to power the Extreme H fuel cells
Development for the Extreme H vehicle is already underway, with goals to have a prototype launched in early 2023.
Extreme E, the motorsport for purpose, has revealed its plans to launch an off-road hydrogen Championship in 2024. Named Extreme H, it will sit alongside Extreme E, its existing electric racing series, and will be a world-first for motorsport.
(Bloomberg) Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., the country’s biggest oil refiner and a large user of hydrogen, expects prices of the cleanest form of the fuel to halve after the government scrapped fees on wheeling renewable power across the country.
SINGAPORE — Embraer, Widerøe and Rolls-Royce have today announced plans to study a conceptual zero-emission regional aircraft. The 12-month cooperation study – in the context of pre-competitive research and development – will address passenger requirements to stay connected in a post Covid-19 world, but do so sustainably, and seeks to accelerate the knowledge of the technologies necessary for this transition.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India will allow companies that manufacture green hydrogen to install renewable energy generating plants without transmission costs, the country’s power minister said on Wednesday.
Australia and India will work together to drive down the costs of technologies that will help reduce global emissions. Minister Angus Taylor and the Hon’ble Minister Raj Kumar Singh signed the Letter of Intent on New and Renewable Energy Technology during the fourth India-Australia Energy Dialogue.
Singapore – Airbus has signed a Cooperation Agreement with Changi Airport Group, global industrial gases and engineering company Linde and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) to study the potential for a future hydrogen hub in the city state.