Universal Hydrogen, a leading innovator in hydrogen technology, has achieved a significant milestone with the successful demonstration of its AmpCart H2.
Washington state is poised to lead the charge towards a greener, more sustainable future with the adoption of green electrolytic hydrogen and renewable fuels.
Hyundai Motor’s recent announcement of a substantial $1.1 billion investment in Brazil until 2032 marks a significant milestone in the country’s journey towards embracing eco-friendly transportation solutions, particularly hydrogen-powered vehicles.
US-based zero-emission truck manufacturer Nikola is poised for a significant expansion in its hydrogen fuel cell truck fleet, with projections indicating a threefold increase compared to its battery-electric counterparts in 2024.
Geologists attending the recent American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Denver made waves with their announcement of a groundbreaking discovery: the potential for a game-changing boom in the extraction of naturally occurring hydrogen, dubbed “geological hydrogen.”
MAE’s Volta project, located in the Antofagasta Region, stands as a testament to Chile’s commitment to sustainable development. With an…
Low-emission hydrogen production and the maturation of biofuel markets are poised to revolutionize the global energy landscape, buoyed by a wave of regulatory incentives and market demand.
Universal Hydrogen has unveiled the AmpCart H2, a breakthrough in airport ground support equipment (GSE) charging infrastructure. The technology, developed in collaboration with Oshkosh AeroTech, promises to decarbonize airport operations and overcome the limitations of traditional charging methods.
California, a trailblazer in environmental initiatives, has embarked on a groundbreaking endeavor to bolster its network of charging and refueling infrastructure for zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs).
Peruvian Minister of Production, Ana María Choquehuanca, has inked a significant agreement with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO).