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Study shows good potential for hydrogen trains

Europe is looking at options to replace its diesel-powered train fleet against the backdrop of climate change and the need for fast and consistent decarbonisation of the entire energy and transport system.

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UK hydrogen projects to receive funding

Two UK projects using hydrogen fuel cell technology are set to benefit from a share of £25m ($32m) government funding.

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First multi-energy station inaugurated

Iceland’s first station that combines biomethane and hydrogen under the same canopy opened yesterday in Reykjavík.

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Ballard receives order for London buses

Ballard Power Systems has received a purchase order from Northern Ireland-based bus manufacturer, Wrightbus.

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European project to deploy two hydrogen vessels

A project deploying two zero emission hydrogen fuel cell vessels in France and Norway has been awarded €5m of funding from the European Union (EU).

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Messer reports 2018 financials

Celebrating 120 years in business and taking over the majority of Linde’s activities in the US are two 2018 highlights from the Messer Group.

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Nel reports Q1 2019 results

Nel ASA has reported revenues in the first quarter (Q1) of NOK 122.4m ($14m), up from NOK 112.5m ($13.8m) in the first quarter of 2018, representing a growth of 9%.

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Linde completes cash merger squeeze out

Linde plc today said its subsidiary Linde Aktiengeselschaft (Linde AG) has completed the merger squeeze-out of all its minority shares for a cash consideration of €189 ($213) per share.

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Positive start to the year for McPhy

McPhy has received orders worth more than €5m ($5.7m) since the beginning of 2019 – a positive start to the year for the hydrogen production and storage specialist.

Features

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The missing link in the hydrogen economy?

By , published in gasworld magazine

Hydrogenious Technologies is driving LOHC technology globally, as Rob Cockerill learns from an interview with founder and CEO Daniel Teichmann.

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Study shows good potential for hydrogen trains

2019-05-17T09:45:00+01:00By

Europe is looking at options to replace its diesel-powered train fleet against the backdrop of climate change and the need for fast and consistent decarbonisation of the entire energy and transport system.

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Exclusive: Orthodyne and MEECO’s new partnership

2019-05-10T13:00:00+01:00By

Orthodyne broadened its presence in the Americas market in March this year after announcing a partnership with Warrington, PA-based MEECO, Inc.

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PowerCell receives large order

2019-05-10T09:36:00+01:00By

PowerCell Sweden has received a major order from a company aiming to develop fuel cell powered vehicles for the Chinese market.

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Witt highlights technology for economical use of helium

2019-05-08T10:44:00+01:00By

Gas mixtures with helium are suitable for leak-testing of safety-critical components but helium gas is expensive. Witt’s modern gas technology makes it possible to reduce helium consumption, resulting in the lowering the costs.

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London introducing “world-first” hydrogen double decker buses

In a bid to tackle London’s air quality crisis, the “world’s first” hydrogen double decker buses will be introduced in the capital next year.

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Linde reports encouraging results

In its first quarter as one company since satisfying regulatory requirements on 1st March, Linde plc today released its Q1 2019 results.

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Exclusive: Orthodyne and MEECO’s new partnership

Orthodyne broadened its presence in the Americas market in March this year after announcing a partnership with Warrington, PA-based MEECO, Inc.