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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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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

Source: Nikola Motor

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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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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Daimler, Linde and TOTAL unite in hydrogen electromobility

September 2017 - New hydrogen filling station in Karlsruhe. The station will be operated by H2 MOBILITY, a new joint venture formed by the industry partners Daimler, Air Liquide, Linde, Shell, OMV and TOTAL in order to expand the nationwide hydrogen network to as many as 400 stations by 2023. f.r.t.l.: Bruno Daude-Lagrave (TOTAL), Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck (Daimler), Nikolas Iwan (H2 Mobility), Andrea Scholz (Wirtschaftsförderung der Stadt Karlsruhe), Thomas Bystry (Shell / Clean Energy Partnership), Andreas Frömmel (Sunfire), Maxime Zeller (EIFER), Mathias Kurras (Linde), Jacques Sacreste (EIFER), Pascal Terrien (EIFER), Philipp Braunsdorf (NOW)

A new hydrogen filling station was commissioned in Karlsruhe using hydrogen produced on-site using solar energy The station will be operated by H2 MOBILITY, a new joint venture formed by the industry partners Daimler, Air Liquide, Linde, Shell, OMV and TOTAL in order to expand the German nationwide hydrogen network …

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South Australia sets off on hydrogen roadmap

Minister Paul Fletcher at the Electric Vehicle Council Launch

A$9 million from the SA state government will support a production facility and bus trial Having lagged behind other markets in terms of EV uptake and infrastructure, Australia seems to be taking greater interest of late. The South Australian Government has announced a A$9 million commitment to implement the first …

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Nice PECs: NREL researches renewable hydrogen

NREL Hydrogen

NREL paper describes efficiency improvement in photoelectric materials which could aid electrolysis Scientists at the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) developed a method which boosts the longevity of high-efficiency photocathodes in photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices. Using a photoelectrochemical (PEC) device is a promising way to produce hydrogen. …

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