All Hydrogen articles – Page 3

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    Australian hydrogen strategy moves forward

    2019-07-02T08:38:00Z

    A National Hydrogen Strategy in Australia that will open up export markets in Asia is a step closer with the release of consultation papers yesterday.

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    Cause of hydrogen station explosion identified

    2019-06-27T13:20:00Z

    An assembly error of a specific plug in a hydrogen tank in the high-pressure storage unit has been identified as the root cause of an explosion to a hydrogen station in Norway.

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    Gasunie opens HyStock hydrogen plant

    2019-06-27T10:29:00Z

    Dutch gas network operator Gasunie yesterday opened the HyStock green hydrogen plant in Veendam, near Groningen.

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    First hydrogen station for buses in France inaugurated

    2019-06-26T14:38:00Z

    France’s first hydrogen refuelling station for buses opened on Friday.

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    Construction starts on plant

    2019-06-25T15:03:00Z

    Shell, ITM Power, Sintef, Thinkstep and Element Energy today held a groundbreaking ceremony in Germany for the “world’s largest” hydrogen electrolysis plant.

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    Proton Energy Systems awarded $2m grant

    2019-06-25T10:47:00Z

    Nel ASA subsidiary Proton Energy Systems has been awarded a $2m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop mass manufacturing processes of key electrolyser components.

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    Man on the Moon

    2019-06-21T06:00:00Z

    This July marks 50 years since man first stepped on the Moon. gas world pays homage to this truly incredible moment for mankind, as well as the amazing feats of science, engineering and industrial gas application, in a celebratory interview with NASA.

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    Getting man to Mars

    2019-06-21T06:00:00Z

    No other planet has captured our collective imagination quite like Mars. In the late 1800s when people first observed the canal-like features on Mars’ surface, many speculated that an intelligent alien species lived there. This led to numerous stories about Martians, some of whom invade Earth, like in the 1938 ...

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    Hydrogen Council grows to 60 members

    2019-06-20T10:47:00Z

    Having just participated in several events in conjunction with the G20 Summit, including presenting before G20 Energy Ministers, the Hydrogen Council has now announced that six new member companies have joined the group, including BP.

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    UK’s first hydrogen train set for testing

    2019-06-20T09:01:00Z

    HydroFLEX, the UK’s first hydrogen train, will be tested on the mainline railway following a successful proof-of-concept with the goal to carry passengers in two or three years.

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    Air Products and Saudi Aramco open pilot station

    2019-06-18T15:37:00Z

    Air Products and Saudi Aramco have opened Saudi Arabia’s first hydrogen fuelling station.

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    Nel releases updates from H2 station investigation

    2019-06-17T15:03:00Z

    The preliminary investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway has found the incident started with a hydrogen leak in the high-pressure storage unit.

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    IEA calls for action to scale up hydrogen

    2019-06-14T13:31:00Z

    The time is right to tap into hydrogen’s potential to play a key role in a clean, secure and affordable energy future.

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    Preliminary findings from H2 station investigation

    2019-06-13T12:02:00Z

    Preliminary findings from the investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway have found that neither the electrolyser nor the dispenser had anything to do with the incident.

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    University of Birmingham wins funding for hydrogen train

    2019-06-13T10:24:00Z

    The first mainline testing of a hydrogen-fuelled train in the UK is one of two dozen projects being funded by the Department for Transport’s £7.8m ($9.9m) First of a Kind (FOAK) competition.

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    Hydrogen station explodes in Norway

    2019-06-12T09:03:00Z

    The cause of a hydrogen station explosion in Norway remains unknown, said the station operator Nel ASA.

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    NASA reaches new milestone on SLS rocket

    2019-06-07T08:49:00Z

    NASA has achieved a significant milestone in manufacturing the first large, complex core stage that will help power the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket on upcoming missions to the Moon.

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    Valmec to deliver hydrogen facility

    2019-06-06T15:18:00Z

    Australian energy and infrastructure services company Valmec Limited has been selected by Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) to deliver Australia’s first renewable hydrogen production facility.

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    Cadent launches new report

    2019-06-06T08:39:00Z

    A roadmap using hydrogen to decarbonise transport, particularly commercial transport, in the North West of the UK, has been unveiled by the country’s leading gas distribution network Cadent.

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    Toyota and Eni announce hydrogen collaboration

    2019-06-04T09:35:00Z

    Toyota and Italian oil and gas company Eni are collaborating to speed up the spread of hydrogen mobility in Italy.