China’s commitment to hydrogen as a key decarbonization tool takes a significant step forward with plans to build a massive network of hydrogen fuel stations.
For over two decades, the debate surrounding hydrogen-powered cars has been ongoing, with advocates highlighting various advantages and critics raising concerns about fuel availability.
Thyssenkrupp Nucera, a prominent player in the hydrogen sector, recently addressed concerns regarding stringent regulations proposed for hydrogen projects in the United States.
Daimler, a frontrunner in automotive innovation, is spearheading a paradigm shift in heavy transportation with its pioneering liquid hydrogen technology.
A recent study conducted by Transport & Environment (T&E) sheds light on the European Union’s ambitious hydrogen targets and the challenges associated with relying on imports to meet them.
In a remote corner of Bulqiza, Albania, researchers have stumbled upon what could be a transformative discovery: an abundant reservoir of hydrogen nestled within a mine.
A recent report from Stanford University proposes a groundbreaking solution for countries aiming to achieve a 100% clean electricity grid: combining battery storage with hydrogen fuel cells.
The fight against climate change soars to new heights as Airbus, the European aviation giant, takes a major step towards hydrogen-powered aircraft.
In Spain, researchers at the University of Zaragoza embark on the Hi2BIO project, pioneering a sustainable method to produce green hydrogen from industrial wastewater.
A study published in the journal Nature sheds light on the true warming potential of hydrogen, indicating a higher impact on climate change than previously thought.