Kenworth, Toyota prove fuel cell electric truck capabilities with successful completion of truck operations for ZANZEFF project
Toyota Motor North America and Kenworth Truck Company have proven the capabilities of their jointly designed heavy-duty, Class 8 fuel cell electric vehicles as a potential zero-emissions replacement of diesel-powered trucks with the completion of their operations in the zero- and near-zero emissions freight facilities shore to store project.
Pitt Engineers lead $3.5-MM U.S. Department of Energy project to advance carbon-neutral H2 technology
University of Pittsburgh engineering researchers are leading a multi-site team that received $3.5 MM from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop the necessary scientific foundation for carbon-neutral H2 technologies to take hold in the chemical industry.
California fuel cell partnership becomes a national organization: The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership
The California Fuel Cell Partnership announced at RE+ that it has changed its name to the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership. The name change comes nearly 23 years after the government-industry collaboration was first launched.
Energy Harbor joins the University of Toledo for the Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen coalition
Energy Harbor are joining forces with the University of Toledo, major industrial companies in the region, several U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories and others to form a new industry-led coalition, Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen, to transition the Midwest into a leading low-carbon fuel production center.
Gulf Energy Information and AIChE to cohost the ChemE Show
Gulf Energy Information, the leading media provider for the global energy industry, and AIChE®, the Global Home of Chemical Engineers, are partnering to cohost the ChemE and Process Engineering Tradeshow, also known as the ChemE Show, in 2023.
H2 2022: The road to long-duration energy storage
Throughout 2021, renewable energy capacity additions in the U.S.—led by solar power, with the increasing growth of wind and hydropower generation—reached record highs. Building on these trends, U.S. federal estimates forecast that renewable energy will provide 75% of U.S. electricity by 2035 and 90% by 2050.