Hydrogen Fuel

Bharat Benz, Reliance Showcase India’s First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coach

  Luxury bus manufacturer Bharat Benz and Reliance Industries recently unveiled India’s first Hydrogen Fuel Cell-driven luxury bus. It was showcased at the recent 14th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) at Goa. The recently technology-based automobile solution was developed with the collaboration of the two companies to cater to the needs of inter-city commute. It was […]

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NTPC Targets to Install 60 GWs Renewable Energy by 2032

India’s largest integrated energy company, National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd (NTPC), has become the first Indian energy company to declare its Energy Compact goals as part of UN High-level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE). It has announced its sustainability energy compact targets.  As per the official release by the ministry, NTPC has set a target to […]

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Fusion Fuel Green Partners With CCC to Develop Hydrogen Plant

The world is running after clean energy sources, and green hydrogen has evolved as one of the best possible sources of fuel or electricity. A green hydrogen technology company, headquartered in Ireland, Fusion Fuel Green PLC has announced that it has partnered with Consolidated Contractors Group S.A.L. (CCC), to develop a green hydrogen plant in […]

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Black & Veatch to Assess Feasibility of World’s Largest Green Hydrogen Plant

Black & Veatch will undertake feasibility studies central to the development of the world’s largest green hydrogen plant. When operational, Enegix Energy’s Base One facility in Ceará, Brazil, will produce more than 600 million kilogrammes of green hydrogen annually. The highly ambitious new-build electrolysis facility will be powered entirely by renewable energy, initially 3.4 gigawatts […]

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IIT Brings Prototype to Use Hydrogen Fuel With Ease and Safety

IIT (BHU) professor Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay has come up with a membrane reformer prototype for producing ultra-pure hydrogen from methanol. IIT (BHU) professor Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay, department of chemical engineering and technology, and his team have come up with a membrane reformer prototype that can produce ultra-pure hydrogen from methanol. The team informed […]

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Renewables Can Lower Energy Costs and Boost Energy Security in Antigua and Barbuda

IRENA report shows renewable generation, green hydrogen and EVs are the most cost-effective energy strategy for the Caribbean island Antigua and Barbuda can significantly reduce its dependence on imported fossil fuels while driving down electricity costs for citizens, by meeting its energy needs exclusively through indigenous renewable energy resources, green hydrogen and full electric vehicle […]

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Bright future of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in India

Road transport today is responsible for a significant and growing share of global anthropogenic emissions of CO2. Moreover, it is almost entirely dependent on oil-derived fuels and therefore highly vulnerable to possible oil price shocks and supply disruptions. Improving road transport requires all these issues to be addressed. Introducing alternative transport fuels and vehicles will […]

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Nikola To Accelerate Hydrogen Fueling, APS Facilitating Low-Cost Production

The manufacturer of battery-electric and hydrogen-electric trucks, Nikola Corporation has secured an innovative electric rate schedule with Arizona Public Service Company (APS) that accelerates the production of hydrogen-based fueling solutions for the transportation industry. Arizona Corporation Commission’s (ACC) facilitating low-cost hydrogen production, and their electric rate schedule reduces greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector. […]

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A Pathway Towards Hydrogen Fuel Cells In Hot, Dry Conditions

A research team formed in collaboration with Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; University of Stuttgart, Germany; University of New Mexico, USA; and Sandia National Laboratories, USA have developed a proton conductor for fuel cells based on polystyrene phosphonic acids that maintain high protonic conductivity up to 200o C without water. As we already know that […]

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