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Here are the news items that you may have missed for March 13th -14th 2021

 

Renewable Hydrogen Alliance Appoints Michelle Detwiler as New Executive Director

The Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RHA) has selected Michelle Detwiler as its new Executive Director. RHA is a Northwest trade association established in 2018 that promotes using renewable electricity to make climate-friendly fuels. Detwiler takes over from founding executive director Ken Dragoon and interim executive director Martina Steinkusz.


 

Energy Observer Forges Ahead with its Planetary Odyssey, First Vessel Powered with Renewables and Hydrogen

Energy Observer forges ahead with its planetary Odyssey in the Pacific, first vessel powered with renewables and hydrogen.


 

Indian Rep. Greg Pence Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Advance Innovation in Clean, Reliable Hydrogen Energy

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Greg Pence (IN-06) introduced H.R. 1788, The Clean Energy Hydrogen Innovation Act, to expand the definition of hydrogen projects and advance innovation in clean and reliable hydrogen energy in Indiana and across the country.


 

Storegga Attracts Investment From GIC, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. And Macquarie Highlights for Acorn CCS and Hydrogen Project in UK

London–Storegga, an independent UK company pioneering carbon reduction and  removal for a net zero world, is pleased to announce that GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund and  Mitsui & Co. Ltd., a global trading and investment company, have become new investors in the  Company, alongside a further investment from the cornerstone investor, Macquarie.


 

Wyoming Energy Authority Requesting Information on Hydrogen Pilot Project

The Wyoming Energy Authority has released a Request for Information: Design and/or Construction of a Pilot Project Demonstrating “Green” or “Blue” Hydrogen Production


 

myFC Granted Two New Swedish Patents Which Optimize the Power Balancing Between Fuel Cell and Battery

By  EuropeNews 0 CommentsMarch 14, 2021 | 2min read

The Swedish intellectual property office PRV has granted Swedish micro fuel cell company myFC patents for two innovations underpinning the concept of Active Power Balancing.


 

ParaZero Drone Safety Systems Integrated into DS30 Hydrogen Fuel Cell UAS

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Kiryat Ono, Israel and Gyeonggi-do, South Korea –A bespoke OEM version of the ParaZero SafeAir drone safety system has been integrated into Doosan Mobility Innovation’s (DMI) DS30 commercial UAS, providing a safety solution for enterprise customers performing advanced operations.

 


 

Solaris Starts Deliveries of Urbino Hydrogen Buses to Cologne

In March 2020, in a tender launched by German operator Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH (RVK), Solaris Bus & Coach was selected to supply 15 state-of-the-art Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen buses.

 


 

SunHydrogen Announces Project Kickoff for the GEN 2 Cooperation Update with SCHMID Group

  • The Company reports on the status of its partnership with SCHMID on the Gen 2 manufacturing design project

SANTA BARBARA, CA— SunHydrogen, Inc. (OTC:HYSR), the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, today announced the project and collaboration kickoff with SCHMID to develop a GEN 2 manufacturing process platform, and shared details of the early stage status of the project.

 


 

Thyssenkrupp Steel Buys Two New Hydrogen Furnaces from Danieli

  • Danieli to Supply Two Walking-beam Furnaces to Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe

thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG, Germany, awarded Danieli Centro Combustion the order to supply two new complete walking-beam furnaces for steel slabs for the Bruckhausen hot-rolling mill #4, located in Duisburg.

 


 

Nation’s First Green Hydrogen ‘Energy Station’ Expected 2022

ITHACA, N.Y. – Catalyzed by a Cornell University grant and Cornell sustainability research over the past decade, energy storage company Standard Hydrogen Corporation (SHC) and National Grid announced plans March 11 to build the first hydrogen “energy station” of its kind in the nation.

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