In this weeks Throwback Thursday story we go back to November 3, 2022, when TECO 2030, Shell, and their partners received an invitation for a Horizon Europe funding of EUR 5 million. This funding was intended to support the realization of the HyEkoTank project, a hydrogen-powered tanker concept.
In today’s Throwback Thursday feature, we look back at early 2023 when KION Group pioneered in the fuel cell technology space. They embarked on not only integrating but developing and producing their own fuel cell systems for their industrial trucks. This move signaled a shift in the industry, showcasing KION’s commitment to sustainability, efficiency, and reducing their carbon footprint.
CMB.TECH & Port of Antwerp-Bruges welcome Hydrotug to Belgium
Recently, the Hydrotug arrived in the port of Ostend. Here, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat will be further finished with the hydrogen system. Ostend was chosen because the tug can use the hydrogen bunkering facilities of CMB.TECH’s Hydrocat 48 there.
Vans with combustion engines emit considerable amounts of CO2. Although battery-based electric drives are locally emission-free, they are only an alternative within certain range limits and recharging takes a lot of time.
19-seat Dornier 228 twin-engine aircraft takes to the sky in testbed configuration for first flight as part of the HyFlyer II project.
Milestone moves ZeroAvia forward on the way to meeting target of commercial flights using only hydrogen fuel cell power by 2025, and scaling the engine technology to larger airframes.
Marks a significant step in addressing aviation’s climate change impact and a major innovation success for the UK Government’s Jet Zero Strategy.
KEMBLE, U.K.— Zero-emission flight took a giant step forward today with ZeroAvia flying the largest aircraft in the world to be powered by a hydrogen-electric engine. The leader in zero-emission aviation took to the skies for the maiden flight of its 19-seat Dornier 228 testbed aircraft, retrofitted with a full-size prototype hydrogen-electric powertrain on the left wing of the aircraft.
With the help of the European IPCEI Hy2Tech program (approved by the European Commission last July ), Isotta Fraschini Motori (IFM), a historic company in the production of propulsion systems that is part of the Fincantieri group, will be able to develop two types of hydrogen-powered marine engines as part of the IFUTURE project.
The future of cars is inevitably electric but BMW wants to prove it doesn’t necessarily have to be all about batteries. To that end, it’s one of the few automakers, along with Toyota, that has been developing hydrogen technology for decades.