Swedish port on the island Tjörn wants to be completely green Plastic waste is a huge problem to the environment. One that is growing and growing with each passing day. […] The post Clean hydrogen from waste and plastic appeared first on H2-international.
Doubling the distance with a fuel cell range extender An electric moped with a 150-kilometer (90-mile) range that refuels in under a minute? With a fuel cell and hydrogen tank […] The post Hydrogen version of the Pocket Rocket e-moped appeared first on H2-international.
The University of Stuttgart has ordered a fuel cell power plant from the Bavarian manufacturer Proton Motor Fuel Cell. The so-called HyShelter system has an output of up to 240 […] The post University of Stuttgart orders FC power plant appeared first on H2-international.
Researchers have succeeded in producing hydrogen directly from seawater In Australia, researchers have succeeded in producing hydrogen directly from seawater. For this, they used a new catalyst material that is […] The post H2 from seawater appeared first on H2-international.
Axpo drives H2 production in Switzerland forward The Swiss energy corporation Axpo has identified hydrogen as a field for strategic growth. The H2 production facility at Kraftwerk Reichenau – the […] The post Opportunity for green fuel appeared first on H2-international.
Potential innovation center for hydrogen technologies The German city of Nuremberg is aiming to establish itself as a focal point for green hydrogen technology. The study “Hydrogen in the Nuremberg […] The post Hydrogen in the Nuremberg metropolitan region appeared first on H2-international.
At the moment, hydrogen is – at least in the energy sector – on everyone’s lips. This is also evidenced by research into the latest trends. US corporation Google offers […] The post Hydrogen on trend appeared first on H2-international.
Hesitant politicians put the brakes on the expected upswing Activities in the Norwegian hydrogen industry have doubled in the last two years. Great progress has also been made in cooperation with Germany to be able to export hydrogen on a large scale from 2030. However, in order to move from project planning to investment decisions, […]
Interview with Tassilo Gast from Emerson If hydrogen is expected to change the world, then the associated industries need to massively expand their capacities in the next few years. That will only happen if you build on existing knowledge. This is vital when it comes to scaling and automation, explains Tassilo Gast from automation specialist […]
Since August 2023, the German hydrogen and fuel cell association (Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband e.V., DWV) has been represented by Werner Diwald alone again. Thorsten Kasten, the representative dispatched by … Read more The post DWV independent again appeared first on H2-international.