Seoul City aims to supply 500 hydrogen cars
Seoul City, which aims to supply 500 hydrogen cars this year, will invest 11.155 billion won in the first half to supply 260. 250 hydrogen passenger cars and 10 hydrogen buses are planned.
The 2023 hydrogen electric car supply promotion plan acquired on the 8th called for 8.125 billion won (5.625 billion from the government, 2.5 billion from the city) to distribute 250 hydrogen vehicles in the first half of the year.
By 2022, Seoul has delivered 2,889 hydrogen passenger vehicles and 23 hydrogen buses since the 2018 pilot project. Buyers can buy 70 million won hydrogen automobiles at half price.
Individuals, firms, organizations, and public institutions that have lived in Seoul or registered as a business as their main office for 30 days previous to the purchase support application are eligible. .
Amazon Web Services selects to support H2X
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0, created to support established startups in scaling up the worldwide decarbonization process, has chosen H2X Global as one of 15 startup companies to participate.
The Innovation Showcase at the United Nations’ COP 28 in November 2023 in Dubai will serve as the culmination of the Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0 and give H2X the opportunity to showcase its industry-leading hydrogen vehicles to global leaders.
As part of a broader contract with Renova to sell hydrogen-powered commercial trucks to Sweden, H2X got a $2 million payment earlier this year. When it starts to offer customers numerous cars in 2023, H2X is prepared for a big 2023.
Prime Minister of Nepal prepares to drive hydrogen car
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda announced on Tuesday that he is getting ready to ride in a hydrogen car during the inauguration of the Solukhola Dudhkoshi hydropower project. Following his revelation, the hydrogen car has received a number of responses on social media.
Once Nepalese Prime Minister Prachanda declared that he would drive a car propelled by hydrogen-based green energy, the debate over hydrogen energy has begun when the topic of electric vehicles other than those fueled by petroleum is brought up. The Prime Minister stated in the show on Tuesday that conversations about the usage of hydrogen-powered vehicles are taking place at the Prime Minister’s and Cabinet Office offices.
According to Prime Minister Prachanda, Kulman Ghising, the Executive Director of the Nepal Electricity Authority, advised using hydrogen-powered automobiles rather than diesel or gasoline-powered ones. I have spoken about it with the prime minister. I’m getting ready to drive a hydrogen automobile right now.