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The ‘Next Generation EU’ recovery package: great news for green hydrogen

2020-06-01T08:51:00+01:00By Stephen B. Harrison

Green hydrogen is likely to get a significant boost it as part of a €750bn EU recovery package, writes Stephen B. Harrison in an exclusive thought leadership column for gasworld.


HyGear Asia signs contract


On site gas generation specialist HyGear has signed a contract to supply its hydrogen generation system to South Korea for stationary fuel cell power generation and fuel cell vehicles.

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Clariant’s catalyst delivers excellent performance at hydrogen unit


Clariant and Shanghai Huaxi’s joint project to enhance the hydrogen production unit of Zhejiang Baling Hengyi Caprolactam Co (BHCC) in Zhejiang, China is off to a successful start.

Readying for the energy transition in mobility markets

2020-06-01T05:00:00+01:00By Karine Boissy-Rousseau

The US transportation industry produces about 35% of the country’s carbon emissions and is the leading cause of air pollution in urban areas across the nation. To address these issues, some states are taking action and encouraging rapid adoption of zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) and incentivizing companies to develop and ...

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Fuel for thought


“We have found the majority of people don’t even know that fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are an option, so when people hear electric, they only think battery electric, and that’s a problem,” Jackie Birdsall, Senior Engineer at Toyota, told H2 View during her Thursday morning commute in Los Angeles, ...

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Green in more ways than one


With states such as California taking a global lead on hydrogen innovations, the US currently stands as one of the major players in the clean fuel market.


Paving the way for clean hydrogen

2020-06-01T05:00:00+01:00By Michael Rutkowski

The consensus across the energy industry, from producers to vehicle manufacturers to utilities to government, has perhaps never been so complete – hydrogen, with its high energy content and zero-emissions profile, will play a key role in a decarbonized future with reduced greenhouse gas emissions.