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CSIRO tech accelerates hydrogen vehicle future

The Toyota Mirai used in CSIRO's hydrogen experiment

CSIRO has developed a new membrane technology to separate hydrogen from more easily transportable liquid ammonia Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has used its new membrane technology to successfully refuel two fuel cell vehicles, bringing Australia closer to a new hydrogen production and export industry. CSIRO chief executive Dr …

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ULEMCo provides hydrogen dual-fuel vehicle to Ocado

ULEMCo's hydrogen fuelled van

ULEMCo has converted a Mercedes Sprinter to run on hydrogen for Ocado ULEMCo, a UK company pioneering the adoption of ultra-low emission hydrogen fuelled commercial vehicles, has delivered the first hydrogen dual-fuel van to online supermarket Ocado. The vehicle is part of a wider programme to evaluate the use of …

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Nikola Motor signs new hydrogen contract with Nel

An example of Nel's electrolysers

Nel to deliver up to 1 GW of electrolysis plus fuelling equipment from 2020 Norway’s Nel has been awarded a contract to deliver 448 electrolysers and associated fuelling equipment to Nikola Motor Company. The deal is part of Nikola’s development of a hydrogen station infrastructure in the US for truck …

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ENGIE inaugurates hydrogen fleet and station

Some of ENGIE's fleet of Renault Kangoo ZEs

ENGIE’s new hydrogen station will use renewable energy to produce its own hydrogen French energy company ENGIE has inaugurated the largest hydrogen utility fleet and the first alternative multi-fuel station in France. Located in the heart of the International Market of Rungis in Paris, the largest wholesale food market in …

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US$8m for Shell-Toyota LA hydrogen station

Project Portal Class 8 FCEV. Source: Toyota

The California Energy Commission has given provisional approval to help fund the Project Portal hydrogen project at the LA and Long Beach terminals While Tesla works quietly on its electric Semi, down the coast Toyota has its plans for a hydrogen-powered version for drayage operations. Dubbed Project Portal, Toyota is …

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HTEC and Shell open first hydrogen station in Vancouver

Designworks/Shell refuelling concept

The retail hydrogen station will be launched in Vancouver later this year This station will be the first in a six-station network HTEC (Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation) is building in Greater Vancouver and Victoria to enable the deployment of the first 1,000 zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles …

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Air Products to fuel the largest hydrogen station in China

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Air Products will use its proprietary SmartFuel hydrogen dispenser to build the station, headed for start-up in mid-2018 Air Products has signed an agreement with state-owned Shenhua New Energy Co. Ltd. (New Energy), a subsidiary of China’s energy conglomerate China Energy Investment Group Co., Ltd. (China Energy), to provide two …

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ZSW to study fuel stations of the future

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ZSW is to study a multi-energy dispenser which would supply grid electricity, batteries, hydrogen and methane to power low-carbon vehicles While there will be always be an appetite for rapid refuelling and recharging of EVs, the technology is highly disruptive to the current business model of fuel retailers. Instead of …

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FCEV sales to grow 42% by 2024, report says

NEXO FCEV.  Source: Hyundai.

A report from Global Market Insights expects FCEV unit sales to exceed 300,000 by 2024 Sales of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) over the last year were somewhat disappointing in comparison to expectations, however a new report by Global Market Insights (GMI) suggests that the slump will not last. Research …

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