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Air Liquide Opens a New Hydrogen Station at Carrefour to Supply Europe’s Largest Forklift Trucks Fleet

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

For several months now, Air Liquide has supplied and operated a hydrogen charging station for forklift trucks at the Carrefour Supply Chain logistics base in Vendin-le-Vieil (France). This logistics platform, which is a central element of the group's supply chain, receives, stores, and distributes goods to stores throughout the region. 137 hydrogen-powered forklifts are in…

Uno-X Opens Hydrogen Station in Hvam, Norway

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

Uno-X offers cheap fuel from simple and efficient energy stations. Today there was the official opening of Uno-X Hvam in Skedsmo municipality, and the customer can choose whether to fill hydrogen, gasoline or diesel. Hydrogen cars help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Uno-X will give the hydrogen fuel cell powered car an opportunity with Norwegian drivers. The…

Linde and Shell Open 3rd Hydrogen Station in Munich

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

Drivers of electric cars with fuel cells can refuel at more and more filling stations: Linde and Shell have today opened the third hydrogen (short H 2 ) station in the city of Munich – around 300,000 inhabitants live within reach. It is the seventh in Bavaria. Munich Nov 22 2018–The Shell petrol station Verdistraße is located near…

Australia: CSIRO and Fortescue Metals Group Form Hydrogen Partnership to Benefit R&D, Jobs, Exports

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, will partner with Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) on hydrogen technologies to support the development of new industries, create jobs and pave the way for low emissions export opportunities The centrepiece of the $20m partnership, announced today at CSIRO's Brisbane laboratories, is an investment in CSIRO's metal membrane technology, which enables…

Committee on Climate Change Report : Hydrogen is a credible option for the future. The UK must now prepare for the key decisions on zero-carbon energy

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

Hydrogen is a credible option to help decarbonise the UK energy system but its role depends on early Government commitment and improved support to develop the UK’s industrial capability, says a new report by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC. The CCC’s Hydrogen in a low-carbon economy report finds that hydrogen can make an important contribution to…

IRENA:Why Hydrogen from Renewables May Hold the Key to a Low-Carbon Future

By | News | No Comments November 22, 2018

As the world strives to reduce emissions, power generation from renewables has emerged as a front runner in the low-carbon energy transformation. Today, renewables account for around a quarter of global power generation and 167 GW (more than the total installed electricity capacity of Brazil) were installed in 2017. Yet renewable energy’s role in sectors…

University College London (UCL) Takes Delivery of a Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Car

By | News | No Comments November 21, 2018

Zero emissions for University College London’s shuttle service University College London (UCL) has taken delivery of a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric car to further its research into advanced powertrain technologies and serve as practical, zero-emission transport for staff. The Mirai will complement the university in its studies into how fuel cells can be…

French Railway Company SNCF Wants Hydrogen Trains

By | News | No Comments November 21, 2018

The French railway company SNCF has announced its intention to draw a line on diesel locomotives in the coming years. These would then be replaced by a more ecological alternative, hydrogen.  In a desire to make the French rail network more ecological. Last Friday, Guillaume Pepy, President of the SNCF, unveiled the ambitious plans of the National…