HRS to provide and implement hydrogen refueling solution
A French leader in public works has chosen HRS, a European designer and manufacturer of hydrogen refueling stations, to supply and install a refueling solution consisting of two HRS14 hydrogen refueling stations (14 kg/h or 300 kg/day), with the goal of delivering a maximum of 500 kg/day. They will be designed, supplied, and installed by HRS in time for their commissioning in the second half of 2024. They’ll run on locally produced, renewable hydrogen created by an electrolyser.
A big French agglomeration’s energy recovery center will be located on the site of these two stations, which will be used to distribute renewable hydrogen to the area’s ten hydrogen buses as well as other heavy vehicles.
Toronto Pearson International Airport will get a GTAA-Carlsun public hydrogen station
The first public hydrogen station of its kind in Ontario will be established and run at Toronto Pearson International Airport, according to a recent announcement from the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and Carlsun Energy.
Carlsun Energy, a company that specializes in project management and construction for wind turbines, renewable energy sources, and hydrogen, will build the public hydrogen station. Carlsun Energy will also own and run it.
The station is essential to Toronto Pearson’s clean energy objectives, according to the GTAA, which runs Toronto Pearson, and is a part of its dedication to clean and efficient energy solutions for the aviation sector as well as for the construction of a sustainable airport in the future.
MNRE releases electrolyzer & green hydrogen production incentive schemes in India
Component I – “Incentive scheme for Electrolyser Manufacturing” and Component II – “Incentive Scheme for Green Hydrogen Production” were two components of the Strategic Interventions for Green Hydrogen Transition (SIGHT) program that the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) announced on June 30, 2023.
Japan considers more measures to popularise use of hydrogen in mobility
According to a work-in-progress report published on Tuesday by a government ministry, Japan is considering the adoption of additional measures to promote the use of hydrogen in mobility, with pertinent regulations slated to be launched by the end of this year.