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Professor Holger Ruckdäschel and Mr. Fabian Hübner of the University of Bayreuth, Germany, developed high-specific-strength materials made of carbon fiber composites to withstand the high pressure and low temperature of hydrogen stored in high-performance cars, aircraft, or space travel in order to meet hydrogen fuel requirements.

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APSYS, a subsidiary of the Airbus group that specializes in risk management, has put its expertise to work in the hydrogen industry in order to address issues about the security and dependability of systems that create, store, transport, and utilize this new energy vector.

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Hydrogen has demonstrated this at this time, with successful tests in a number of nations that would contribute to carbon neutrality, as reviewed in a recent report by the International Energy Forum.

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Swedish research group has developed a device combining CIGS thin-film solar modules and an alkaline electrolyser based on a trimetallic cathodic catalyst made of nickel, molybdenum, and vanadium (NiMoV) and an anode made of nickel oxide (NiO). The electrolyser achieved an average solar-to-hydrogen (STH) efficiency of 8.5% for stable operations during 100 hours.

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The European Union, which imports 45 percent of its natural gas, coal, and crude oil from Russia, is finding it tough to forego Russian energy for the time being

Green Hydrogen H2 News

Green hydrogen, which is made from renewable energy, is now competing with gray hydrogen, which is made from fossil sources and does not collect CO2. This is the situation in the economic region of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).