Tag: hydrogen

Ballard fuel cells to power CP Hydrogen Locomotive Program

Ballard fuel cells to power CP Hydrogen Locomotive Program

April 11, 2021 |

In Canada, Canadian Pacific will employ Ballard Power Systems’ fuel cell modules for CP’s Hydrogen Locomotive Program. Through its Hydrogen Locomotive Program, CP will develop North America’s first hydrogen-powered line-haul freight locomotive by retrofitting a formerly diesel-powered locomotive with Ballard hydrogen fuel cells. The fuel cells will work with battery technology to power the locomotive’s […]

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Waste-to-Hydrogen Tokyo Facility Ready to Rock – Is 2021 the Year of Hydrogen?

Waste-to-Hydrogen Tokyo Facility Ready to Rock – Is 2021 the Year of Hydrogen?

April 4, 2021 |

Photo credit: TODA Corporation / Japan Blue Energy Co. Ltd. News comes from the Land of the Rising Sun that a first-of-its-kind Tokyo facility will convert sewage sludge into renewable hydrogen fuel is now complete. Ways2H Inc. and its shareholder and technical partner Japan Blue Energy Co. say the waste-to-hydrogen facility will process 1 ton […]

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New clean energy process converts methane to hydrogen with zero CO2 emissions

New clean energy process converts methane to hydrogen with zero CO2 emissions

March 21, 2021 |

In France, researchers from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and West Virginia University, in collaboration with industry partners Southern California Gas Company and C4-MCP, developed a process that converts methane—the primary component of natural gas—into hydrogen while emitting zero CO2. The process also creates carbon solids for manufacturing applications. The hydrogen can be used in fuel […]

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Stena Bulk unveils InfinityMAX concept vessel design, to use hydrogen as marine fuel

Stena Bulk unveils InfinityMAX concept vessel design, to use hydrogen as marine fuel

March 14, 2021 |

In Sweden, tanker shipping company Stena Bulk unveiled its concept InfinityMAX hybrid bulk carrier design, pushing the boundaries for zero carbon, multi-modal vessel design in shipping. The InfinityMAX concept will use hydrogen as a marine fuel and wind turbines to generate further energy. The InfinityMAX concept, which is designed to carry both dry and wet […]

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Haldor Topsoe to build large-scale facility for green hydrogen production

Haldor Topsoe to build large-scale facility for green hydrogen production

March 7, 2021 |

In Denmark, Haldor Topsoe will invest in a manufacturing facility producing highly efficient solid oxide electrolyzers with a total capacity of 500 megawatt per year with the option to expand to 5 gigawatt per year to accommodate the rapidly increasing demand for competitive electrolysis technology, predominantly for green hydrogen plants based on renewable electricity. Development […]

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Covestro and NPRC plan to use hydrogen-powered barges

Covestro and NPRC plan to use hydrogen-powered barges

February 14, 2021 |

In the Netherlands, in a joint project, Covestro and the logistics service provider Nederlandse Particuliere Rijnvaart-Centrale Cooperative plan to convert the salt transport fleet on the Rhine to hydrogen-powered ships. The project is part of the RH2INE Initiative (Rhine Hydrogen Integration Network of Excellence) of the North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Dutch […]

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Arizona Company reduces cost of making green hydrogen from water

Arizona Company reduces cost of making green hydrogen from water

February 7, 2021 |

In Arizona, United Energies Development Corporation, a wholesale industrial retail gas producer and alternative energy company, has broken the cost barrier to making “Green” Hydrogen from electrolyzing water. This will be the only hydrogen generation company in the world using this process, according to their press release. United Energies Development Corporation is constructing the patented […]

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Hydrogen is Hot! 584 hydrogen fueling stations in 33 countries, Ways2H expansion, Preem, Siemens and more

Hydrogen is Hot! 584 hydrogen fueling stations in 33 countries, Ways2H expansion, Preem, Siemens and more

January 31, 2021 |

Hydrogen is heating up around the planet – but not in terms of CO2 or GHG emissions – in fact, it can help cool the planet down. What is making hydrogen so hot right now is the news that hydrogen fueling stations are having a dramatic acceleration in growth with 584 hydrogen stations deployed in […]

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Canada getting one of world’s largest green hydrogen plant – 11,100 metric tons of green H2 per year

Canada getting one of world’s largest green hydrogen plant – 11,100 metric tons of green H2 per year

January 24, 2021 |

In Canada, German-based thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers’ Green Hydrogen product division was awarded an engineering contract to install an 88 megawatt (MW) water electrolysis plant for Canadian energy company Hydro-Québec after successfully completing a feasibility study. Green hydrogen is generated from hydropower by means of electricity and is used to produce biofuels. Hydro-Québec will operate […]

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Hydrogen-producing enzymes from green algae looked at for biotech potential

Hydrogen-producing enzymes from green algae looked at for biotech potential

January 10, 2021 |

In Germany, Ruhr-Universität Bochum researchers are looking at how hydrogen-producing enzymes, or hydrogenases, could be a source of regenerative energy. A hydrogenase from the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii , which has so far hardly been researched, has now been characterized more precisely by the RUB photobiotechnology working group. Enzyme twin with biotechnological potential Green algae […]

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