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Clariant and Hydrogenious Technologies create liquid hydrogen fuel

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The new fuel binds hydrogen to create a stable and easily transported liquid Chemical company Clariant has announced that its Catalysts business has allied with clean energy company Hydrogenious Technologies to provide reliable, scalable and safe hydrogen supply solutions for a wide variety of applications. Hydrogenious Technologies has developed a …

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DOE wants to ease hydrogen regulations

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) investigates regulatory barriers that inhibit development of hydrogen infrastructure Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Daniel Simmons has announced a new Request for Information (RFI) to encourage a united effort with the industry in the context of developing hydrogen as …

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ENGIE inaugurates hydrogen fleet and station

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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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Shell, Anglo American have high hopes for HyET

HyET's HCS system

Metals and oil giants invest in Dutch HyET’s hydrogen compression technology The technology investment unit of oil supermajor Shell – Shell Technology Ventures (STV) – and Anglo American Platinum have announced a new investment in Dutch low-carbon tech firm HyET. The company has developed an electrochemical hydrogen compression (EHC) technology …

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Nel, Nikola consider doubling US hydrogen network

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Nikola Motor and Nel Hydrogen consider expanding their planned US refuelling network from 16 sites to 28 Norwegian electrolyser maker Nel Hydrogen has announced a new purchase order from Nikola Motor, as part of the truck manufacturer’s plans to build a hydrogen refuelling network across the US. Nel and Nikola …

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Japan H2 Mobility to build 80 H2 stations by 2022

YOKOHAMA, Japan (July 1, 2015) – Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Honda Motor Co., Ltd. have agreed on key details regarding a new joint support project for the development of hydrogen station infrastructure in Japan.

11 Japanese companies have joined forces to help accelerate the deployment of hydrogen (H2) stations for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) in Japan, pledging to build 80 H2 stations by 2022 Eleven companies have announced the joint establishment of “Japan H2 Mobility” (JHyM), aimed at eoxnaidng the provision and development of …

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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

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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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