A new study has been launched to investigate the potential of fuel cells and hydrogen in the implementation of carbon neutral rail travel.
The study, commissioned by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) and Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking (S2R JU), analyses opportunities to facilitate the wider introduction of fuel cells and hydrogen (FCH) technologies within the European railway market; and indicates significant market potential for FCH technologies in the rail environment.
Use of light-weight, natural-fiber composite produced with Acrodur® binder for DLR’s “Next Generation Car” (NGC) research project
Presentation of NGC vehicle prototype at Composites Europe taking place in Stuttgart from September 10 to 12
As the second largest, institutionally funded transport research institution in Europe, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- and Raumfahrt/DLR) uses its transport program to address the big questions involving the future of mobility.
An Aberdeen-based company providing advisory and management services in clean energy projects is set to become the first in the UK to open a business stream for the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface and its associated technologies.
Prime Minister Söder and Minister of Economics Aiwanger support hydrogen
A broad alliance with industry and science should promote the expansion of hydrogen technology
Munich–The Bavarian State Government founded and opened the center Wasserstoff.Bayern (H2.B) last Thursday. This competence cluster at the Energy Campus in Nuremberg aims to raise the enormous potential of the hydrogen economy in Bavaria.
Hydrogen will play a crucial role in the energy transition system of the future. At least, if it can be produced sustainably. Over the coming three years, preparations to establish Europe’s biggest green hydrogen plant will be taking place in the Port of Rotterdam. ‘The potential is enormous, as are the number of steps that the many parties will need to take together over a longer period in order to achieve this.’
Researchers at the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology have developed an innovative, clean, inexpensive, and safe technology for producing hydrogen. The technology significantly improves the efficiency of hydrogen production, from ~75% using current methods to an unprecedented 98.7% energy efficiency. The researchers’ findings were recently published in Nature Energy.