Hynion's H2 refueling station in Porsgrunn has been certified
Hynion's H2 refueling station in Porsgrunn was acquired in 2019 and has not been in use since. Hynion now has completed a major overhaul and update of the station, and the station has undergone third-party certification and been approved.
Arrow and Metro Vancouver collaborate on H2 fuel cell technology
Arrow, a leading transportation and logistics company, announced its groundbreaking collaboration with Metro Vancouver in the HTEC pilot project to further zero emissions trucking, marking a significant milestone in the pursuit of sustainable transportation solutions.
KEYOU and Paul Group to advance the market ramp-up for H2-powered commercial vehicles
KEYOU and leading commercial vehicle specialist Paul Nutzfahrzeuge from Vilshofen in Lower Bavaria are further expanding their existing partnership to provide a nationwide service network and thus further advance the market ramp-up for H2-powered commercial vehicles and buses.
JAL signs agreement with three H2-electric aircraft, engine manufacturers
Japan Airlines has separately signed basic agreements with three of H2-electric aircraft/engine manufacturers, H2FLY GmbH, Universal Hydrogen and ZeroAvia, to study the safety, economic feasibility and maintainability for bringing H2-fueled next generation aircrafts.
UH researchers suggest H2 fuel can be a competitive alternative to gasoline and diesel
As the world strives to cut greenhouse gas emissions and find sustainable transportation solutions, University of Houston energy researchers suggest that H2 fuel can potentially be a cost-competitive and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional liquid fuels, and that supplying H2 for transportation in the greater Houston area can be profitable today.
Exploring syngas for the mobility sector: Insights from thyssenkrupp Uhde
In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Karsten Radtke, Global Head of Business Development and Sales for thyssenkrupp Uhde, at the Global Syngas Technologies Conference. The conversation covered Karsten's presentation on syngas for the mobility sector, green gasoline, biogenic CO2 and transporting H2.