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Irish government has launched the Zero Emissions Heavy Duty Vehicle Purchase Grant Scheme, a subsidy initiative set to propel the adoption of hydrogen-powered heavy-duty vehicles, including trucks and buses.
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.
The West of England unveiled its pioneering green hydrogen plant this week. Situated at the forefront of innovation within the IAAPS (Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems) engineering and innovation center in Emersons Green, Gloucestershire.
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.”
Edison Next, a subsidiary of the Edison group specializing in decarbonization and ecological transition, has joined forces with SEA Milan Airports to launch a groundbreaking initiative: the development of a green hydrogen refueling station at Milan Malpensa International Airport.
The renowned Belgian group John Cockerill is gearing up to make its mark in the Algerian market, setting its sights on renewable energies and the burgeoning sector of green hydrogen.