Modules will be used to transport hydrogen to refueling stations serving hydrogen fuel cell electric taxis and buses in Denmark
Hebei, China’s industrial hub, approved 43 hydrogen projects for production, equipment manufacturing, filling station and fuel cells, totaling 8.75 billion yuan ($1.23 billion), according to a statement from its provincial planner.
The city of Issy-les-Moulineaux has just joined the European project FCCP (Fuel Cell Cargo Pedelecs) to experiment with the use of hydrogen-powered cargo bikes for city deliveries.
- 500,000 to 2.5 million won per energy source for 1,000 households
On March 31st, 2020 the city of Incheon announced that it will provide a total of 600 million won of solar, geothermal and fuel cell installation subsidies to approximately 1,000 households in connection with the government’s renewable energy housing support project.
The Thüga Group participates in the “Westküste 100” real laboratory. The goal is to establish a regional hydrogen economy on an industrial scale to decarbonize industry, transport, and heat.
Centralized Resource Facilitating International Coordination
Washington, DC— The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) is pleased to announce that the centralized, global tracker of hydrogen and fuel cell regulations, codes, and standards, FuelCellStandards.com, is now live and publicly available to all U.S. and international stakeholders in the hydrogen and fuel cells community.
The EU funded FLAGSHIPS project is supporting the construction of a hydrogen fuel-powered barge push boat in the French city of Lyon, one that will get its clean hydrogen from the Rhone’s hydroelectric power in a truly virtuous circle.
SWEG Transport company and Daimler sign letter of intent for fully electric Mercedes-Benz eCitaro with fuel cell
Südwestdeutsche Landesverkehr-AG (SWEG) will launch the first Mercedes-Benz eCitaro REX (range extender) from series production on the road in 2022.
Throwback Thursday Spotlight: Germany: Enthusiasm Grows for Hydrogen Trains After 130,000 km’s of TestingApril 2, 2020 | 2 min read April 2, 2020 | 2 min read
- This story was featured on September 17, 2019
For almost a year, the two world’s first hydrogen-powered regional trains have been operating daily in the Weser-Elbe network, covering more than 130,000 km.