A Letter of Intent (LoI) between three leaders in the hydrogen (H2) sector have joined forces to create a one-stop-shop for customers wanting to use H2 technologies across the value chain.
Thirteen leading industry, transport and energy companies have united in the first global initiative of its kind, promoting hydrogen (H2) as the agent to foster the energy transition and help meet climate goals.
True Zero, a dedicated hydrogen (H2) infrastructure developer based in California, revealed that its network of H2 refuelling stations powered more than 3.7 million zero-emission fuel cell car miles in the US state in 2016 – eliminating over one thousand tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions.
Major companies have united in the Middle East in a joint research programme to unlock the potential of hydrogen (H2) energy use in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power has announced the sale of a €700,000 ($744,000) electrolyser system to a global specialty gas company.
As of today, fuel cell cars can fill up their tanks in the German town of Unterschleissheim as The Linde Group continues to build out the hydrogen (H2) refuelling network in the European country.
Waste and energy innovator Sustainable Innovations, Inc. has entered the billion-dollar fuel electric vehicle industry by developing a fast-acting hydrogen (H2) purity sensor.
Energy engineering experts have announced plans to install the UK’s largest fuel cell development in Scotland which will be “on a par” with the largest in Europe.
The UK’s hydrogen (H2) economy continues to gather momentum as independent specialist energy consultancy TNEI revealed it has successfully secured 15 planning consents for H2 refuelling stations across the country.
Toshiba Corporation’s energy supply system has been chosen by Tohoku Electric Power Co. to support a two-year power management study in which it will evaluate hydrogen (H2) in overcoming fluctuations from renewable sources.
Westfalen Group has been working with the Clean Energy Partnership to install a new hydrogen (H2) fuelling station in Hansa Business Park, Kopenhagener, Münster, Germany.
The Norwegian city of Bergen is set to get its first hydrogen (H2) refuelling station as Nel Hydrogen Solutions, a division of Nel ASA, has been contracted by Uno-X Hydrogen AS to deploy its H2Station® technology there.
Air Liquide has been awarded the ‘Mobility of the Future’ award for setting up extensive hydrogen (H2) networks around the world and its initiatives aimed at developing H2-powered electric vehicles and for setting up.