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Will hydrogen experience a breakthrough in 2021?

Hydrogen Innovations NEWS - The hydrogen industry has seen a significant acceleration of activity recently, with new projects, pilot studies and commercial partnerships. It has been the subject of significant attention before. This time, the hype may be warranted, analysts say, and 2021 is likely to see even more activity.
 
Hydrogen Innovations Sweden - Two firms have trialed the use of hydrogen to heat steel at a facility in Sweden, a move that could eventually help to make the industry more sustainable.
 

How can Europe help build China’s Hydrogen economy?

Hydrogen innovation China - On 18th November Energy Post, in partnership with the EU-China Energy Cooperation Platform, hosted a series of online workshops under the theme “China: Carbon Neutral by 2060”. The purpose was to understand the Chinese landscape and uncover opportunities for Europe. Here, the moderator for our “Hydrogen” panel, Gökçe Mete, summarises the workshop which included an expert panel discussion and questions from the audience. Taking part were Tudor Constantinescu (Principle Advisor to the Director General, DG ENER), Joachim von Scheele (Global Director Commercialisation, Linde PLC) and Mickael Naouri (Corporate Affairs Director, Air Liquide). The workshop covered blue and green hydrogen, ambitious production targets, investment, innovation, hard-to-abate sectors, heavy transport, hydrogen fuel cells, regulations, fair competition and more. The challenges of giving birth to the hydrogen economy are tremendous, but that has not stopped it entering the decarbonisation plans of both the EU and China.
 
Hydrogen Innovations News - The discovery of hydrogen atoms on the TiO2 surface is crucial for many practical applications, including photocatalytic water splitting.
 

Toyota group beefs up development of fuel-cell vehicle parts

NAGOYA – Toyota Motor Corp. and its group companies are stepping up efforts to develop auto parts for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles and expand their market amid a global shift to eco-friendly cars that do not emit carbon dioxide.
 

These countries are pioneering hydrogen power

Renewable energy pioneers on the Scottish Orkney Islands are aiming to launch the world's first seagoing ferries powered by hydrogen. The project represents just one application for a fuel that has the potential to clean up the transport sector.
 

U.S. To Fund Hydrogen Energy Research In Armenia

The United States government will provide a $500,000 scientific grant to a small Armenian company involved in the development of fuel cells, a forward-looking technology to transform hydrogen and oxygen into electricity.
 

Germany - Frankfurt trials hydrogen bus

DB Regio Bus is trialling a hydrogen-powered bus on the streets of Frankfurt, Germany.
 

Hydrogen Innovations Europe

Hydrogen accounts for less than 2% of Europe’s present energy consumption and is primarily used to produce chemical products, such as plastics and fertilisers. 96% of this hydrogen production is produced through natural gas, emitting significant amounts of CO2 emissions in the process.
 

Where Are All the Hydrogen Cars We Were Promised?

#Hydrogeninnovations - Where Are All the Hydrogen Cars We Were Promised?
 

Fraunhofer researchers present Powerpaste packs for convenient H2


#Hydrogeninnovations - This gray goo provides a safe and simple form of storage for clean hydrogen energy.
Researchers at Fraunhofer have presented Powerpaste packs based on magnesium for the storage of clean hydrogen energy at density ten times greater than that of a lithium battery.
 

Brunei Darussalam: Shifting to a Hydrogen Society

Hydrogen Innovations Brunei - Brunei Darussalam has started to produce hydrogen, called SPERA Hydrogen, from processed gas to be generated during the production process of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and has been exporting it to Japan since the end of 2019. Hydrogen is basically classified as clean energy because no carbon dioxide (CO2) is emitted after its combustion and it is therefore expected to be used globally in the future. Brunei’s CO2 emission is mainly from road transport due to high consumption of gasoline and diesel oil, and power generation which relies on consumption of natural gas.
 

HYDROGEN LAW AND REGULATION IN JAPAN

1. CURRENT STATE OF HYDROGEN PROJECTS IN JAPAN
Development of Hydrogen in Japan
Hydrogen Innovations Japan - Japan is one of the further advanced countries in relation to developing hydrogen projects and has the advantage of having a designated government policy supporting the uptake of hydrogen, coupled with a public acceptance of hydrogen projects in the domestic-energy mix.
 

HyRiS - Electrolysis solution for H2 production


Hydrogen Innovations Motorbikes - HyRiS system is a zero-carbon, silent H2 generator producing high purity hydrogen, directly at high pressure without any compressor for decentralized refueling applications (stationary and mobility).
 

Hydrogen Innovations News - Electricity production by renewable sources such as solar, wind and tidal hydraulics now offers the most promising solutions to our current energy demands, taking a clean environment into consideration1. However, the electricity produced directly from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, may be negatively impacted by fluctuations in relevant geographical factors, such as cloud cover and low winds2. This then leads to an interrupted supply of the renewable energy, hence renewable energy must be stored and then used on demand for specific applications2. Among the various energy storage technologies, storage in the form of hydrogen is considered most preferable, due to the ability to store large amounts of energy for short and long periods of time, which can be decoupled upon demand3.
 

Hyundai Motor’s Delivery of XCIENT Fuel Cell Trucks in Europe

SEOUL/ / LUZERN - Hyundai Motor Company today delivered the first seven units of its XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass-produced fuel cell electric heavy-duty truck, to customers in Switzerland, with a total of 50 hitting the roads there this year. The delivery of XCIENT Fuel Cell marks the official entry of Hyundai’s commercial vehicles in the European market, a touchstone for the company’s expansion into the North American and Chinese commercial markets.
 

The fuel that could transform shipping

The shipping industry currently emits 3% of all greenhouse gases. To keep temperatures within safe limits, experts say, it will have to decarbonise. Could green hydrogen be the answer?
 
#Hydrogeninnovations - Hydrogen Innovations Georgia Asia - Green hydrogen: Georgia & Ukraine entering the market?
 

Why everyone’s talking about hydrogen

What is all the excitement about?
Hydrogen Innovations - Renewable energy can and will decarbonise power generation. Renewable energy and batteries can and will decarbonise the automotive sector. But these technologies will not be as viable for aviation, shipping, commercial vehicles, steel or fertiliser manufacturing. In all of these vital industries it looks as though hydrogen will be needed, or at least that hydrogen will be one of the most viable solutions, for decarbonisation.
 
AS EASY AS A CONVENTIONAL CAR
The name Mirai means “future” in Japanese, but to make our new Toyota Fuel Cell System technology successful we know it has to be accessible and attractive to people today. Although Mirai has an extremely advanced powertrain and uses a new type of fuel, the Mirai is a regular mid-size, four-door sedan that is every bit as practical, safe and easy to drive as a conventionally powered family car.