New analysis from Hydro Tasmania shows the state is in a unique position to lead the nation in the production of green hydrogen from clean energy sources.
ITM Power, the energy storage and clean fuel company, and Iwatani Corporation of America (“ICA”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Iwatani Corporation are pleased to announce that the two companies have signed a collaboration agreement for the deployment of multi MW electrolyser based hydrogen energy systems in North America.
Chinese bus and truck manufacturer announces $2.6billion plan for 200,000 ‘new energy’ vehicles by 2025, including electric, hydrogen fuel cell and hybrid enginesNovember 20, 2019
- Government-backed Chinese businesses are investing in alternate energy
- Beiqi Foton Motor, a truck and bus manufacture, will invest $2.6billion
- The company wants 200,000 ‘new energy’ trucks and buses on the road in 2025
Saskia Schulz impressed with concept for the world’s first hydrogen filling station for trains. The 28-year-old industrial engineer Saskia Schulz receives the “Innovation Prize for Mobility Designers” 2019 of the Pro-Rail Alliance for her contribution to climate-friendly transport.
The hydrogen facility is designed to verify the practicality of hydrogen energy using two methods, water electrolysis and gas reforming.
Heliogen Achieves Breakthrough Temperatures From Concentrated Sunlight for Industrial Processes, With Momentum Toward Commercial Hydrogen Fuel CreationNovember 20, 2019
Singular scientific achievement takes place at Heliogen’s commercial facility in Lancaster, California
- Contract awarded to Siemens for 2.2 megawatt PEM electrolysis plant
- Salzgitter Wind Hydrogen energy project gathers pace
- Goal is to achieve low-CO2 steelmaking based on Salzgitter’s innovative SALCOS® technology concept
September was a busy month for Haskel Europe, with the decommissioning, relocation and recommissioning of two hydrogen refueling stations (HRS).
UD startup W7energy awarded $3.4M in Department of Energy funding. W7energy, a startup company with roots at the University of Delaware, just got a proverbial shot in its research arm.
Promoting emission-free mobility is a declared goal of the state government. In cooperation with the EU, it has approved two further projects for fuel cell vehicles.