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By February 22, 2021 3   min read  (449 words)

February 22, 2021 |

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Here are the news items that you may have missed for February 20 & 21, 2021

First Hydrogen Bus in Münster – “Hydrogen Moves Me”

For the electrification of the bus fleet, Stadtwerke Münster is relying on a mixture of electric buses and those with hydrogen tanks and fuel cells.

Brazil: State Government Formalizes Partnership With Ufc and Private Sector to Install Green Hydrogen Hub in Pecém

The Government of the State of Ceará, the Federal University of Ceará (UFC) and the private sector took the first step in the program to install a green hydrogen hub (distribution pole) at the Pecém Industrial and Port Complex (CIPP), located 60 km from Fortaleza.

Danieli, Leonardo and Saipem Working Together for the Green Conversion of Steel

Danieli, Leonardo and Saipem have signed a framework agreement to work together on projects both in Italy – particularly in the South – and abroad, for the sustainable conversion of energy-intensive primary plants in the steel sector by driving and integrating an Italian technological and production chain that constitutes a world-class excellence.

Japan: Consortium Releases Update Activities Report of Hydrogen Utilization Study Group in Chubu

The Hydrogen Utilization Study Group in Chubu, of which Toyota is a member, has conducted concrete studies with the aim of creating a large-scale demand for hydrogen and building a supply chain for stable hydrogen utilization in the Chubu region, since its launch in March 2020.

GREENSTAT AS: Enters Into a Strategic Cooperation with Aker Clean Hydrogen

Bergen–GREENSTAT AS (GREENSTAT) announced today that it has entered into a strategic cooperation with Aker Clean Hydrogen (ACH) with the aim of developing, designing, building, owning, and operating green hydrogen facilities and related initiatives.

Green Steel Through Hydrogen

Hydrogen is traded as a beacon of hope for environmentally friendly transport. In many energy-hungry industrial sectors, volatile gas is even seen as the ideal route to greater climate friendliness without any alternative. Steel manufacturers, chemical companies and refineries want to use hydrogen from green electricity to produce greener in the future.

imec, VITO Working on Improving Electorolyzers to Make Hydrogen More Competitive

Together with imec, VITO will be working in the coming years to develop a demonstration version of an electrolysis platform that is capable of producing green hydrogen cheaply and efficiently. Ideally, this hydrogen will soon be produced en masse in wind farms and solar farms outside Europe.

Ceramic Fuel Cell with Improved Stability by Reducing Nickel: Performance is Also Increased by 1.5 times

A domestic research team developed a ceramic fuel cell that secured both stability and high performance while reducing the amount of catalyst to 1/20.

Cuxport Joins Aquaventus Green Hydrogen Initiative

With its membership, the deep-water terminal operator Cuxport confirms its commitment to the energy transition.

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