Collaboration with the specialized rental startup hylane
First vehicles to be built in Groningen, Netherlands
In June, DB Schenker paid a visit to view its first fuel cell truck in Groningen, Netherlands on the premises of Hyzon, a manufacturer of hydrogen-powered trucks. The vehicle will be handed over by hylane to DB Schenker by the end of 2022.
Partnership with Quebec-based Letenda and Japan’s Mitsui brings new testing.
(Edmonton, AB) – Emissions-free, hydrogen-powered buses will be launched at Edmonton International Airport (EIA) in the first step towards building advanced manufacturing and a distribution centre for Western Canada.
Nantes & Saint-Nazaire, FRANCE – Lhyfe (EURONEXT: LHYFE), a world pioneer and pure player in renewable green hydrogen and Chantiers de l’Atlantique, one of the world’s leaders on the shipbuilding market for highly complex ships and in offshore engineering, announce today at the Seanergy forum dedicated to renewable offshore energy, that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of offshore hydrogen production platforms.
Michelmersh has announced its successful bid to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) UK Government, Industrial Fuel Switching competition to conduct a feasibility study to replace natural gas with hydrogen in the brick making process.
NorthC, the largest regional data center company in the Netherlands, is taking an important new step towards further sustainability improvements.
The company’s facility in Groningen, in the north of the Netherlands, will become the first data center in Europe to install fuel cells that run on green hydrogen (H2). This will result in considerable reductions in CO2 emissions. NorthC is investigating whether this hydrogen technology can also be applied in the company’s other data centers.
First commercial application of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in New Zealand
Leading Kiwi corporate brands sign up to innovative scheme
Trial will establish use of hydrogen technology to reduce transport emissions
In a New Zealand first through an innovative partnership with eight Auckland-based iconic New Zealand companies, a fleet of hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai will be shared in the first commercial application of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the country.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) proposes to build an artificial island dedicated to large-scale production of green hydrogen from offshore wind – called “BrintØ” (in English: “Hydrogen Island”) – in the Danish part of the North Sea. The island is expected to be able to supply an unprecedented amount of green hydrogen by 2030 and will thus be a crucial step in securing Europe’s future green energy supply.