Western Australia Police Force to trial Toyota Mirai H2 fuel cell vehicle

A Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric vehicle and a Toyota Mirai H2 fuel cell electric vehicle will be trialed by the Western Australia Police Force for potential future frontline policing applications.

New green energy company, National H2, launches

A new green energy company has been launched today, National H2, to build Australia’s first network of H2 production plants.

IVERSON eFuels selects Technip Energies for green ammonia production project

Technip Energies has been selected by IVERSON eFuels AS to perform the engineering design of a complete green ammonia plant at Sauda, Rogaland, Norway.

British Steel conducts feasibility study into the use of green H2

British Steel is conducting a major study into the use of green H2 in the company’s drive to decarbonize its operations and manufacture net-zero steel.

Actuation Lab wins government contract to develop leak-free H2 hardware

Actuation Lab has been awarded a £218,000 contract by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy to tackle H2 leakage for the H2 supply chain.

GP JOULE continues to expand H2 production with H-TEC SYSTEMS 2-MW electrolyzer

GP JOULE has ordered an electrolyzer with a capacity of 2 megawatts from H-TEC SYSTEMS to produce H2 for a filling station in Bremerhaven.

Shell completes acquisition of Landmark fuel and convenience network

Shell Retail and Convenience Operations has completed the acquisition of certain company-owned fuel and convenience retail sites from the Landmark group of companies.

Varanger KraftHydrogen AS, Norwegian Hydrogen AS to build fueling stations for H2

Norwegian Hydrogen has entered a collaboration with Varanger KraftHydrogen to build H2 fueling stations in Finnmark.

North Carolina State University develops new technique for extracting H2 gas from liquid carriers

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique for extracting H2 gas from liquid carriers which is faster, less expensive and more energy efficient than previous approaches.

SSAB, Alfa Laval join forces to produce the first heat exchanger made using H2-reduced steel

SSAB and Alfa Laval have signed an agreement to collaborate on the development and commercialization of the world’s first heat exchanger to be made using fossil-free steel.

Caterpillar to launch demonstration project using H2-fueled combined heat and power system

Caterpillar announced a three-year project with Minnesota-based District Energy St. Paul to demonstrate a H2-fueled combined heat and power system.

Smoltek inks collaboration agreement to trial nanofiber-based cell material for PEM electrolyzers

Smoltek Innovation has signed a collaboration agreement with a large international manufacturer of material for electrolyzers.

DATS 24 opens a public H2 filling station in Wilrijk

The opening of this public H2 station along the A12 motorway in Wilrijk is the starting shot for the opening of five new H2 stations in Belgium.

Wärtsilä in U.S. customer collaboration to test H2 blended fuel

Wärtsilä, WEC Energy Group, the Electric Power Research Institute and Burns & McDonnell, have been contracted to carry out H2 fuel testing at the A.J. Mihm power plant in Michigan, U.S.

California carbon capture bills pass state Senate with bipartisan support

Three bills to advance carbon capture and storage in California passed the state Senate this week, bringing the state one step closer to commercializing CCS.

California Hydrogen Coalition launches TV ad urging legislature to boost funding for H2 fueling stations

The California Hydrogen Coalition is launching an aggressive digital and television advertising campaign this week designed to win support in the California legislature for additional funding to develop H2 fueling stations across the state.