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cH2ange Jul 29
👉 Think you know all about cars? We bet you haven't heard of the Rasa, the lightweight two-seater from . Meet Fiona and Hugo Spowers, the inventors who want to change the way you think about mobility.🚗 ➡️📽️ Full movie:
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Hyundai Motor Group Aug 5
[] Meet the world’s first fuel cell heavy-duty truck, Fuel Cell. The hydro-powered truck reflects ’s environmental commitment to reducing carbon emissions through zero-emission solutions.
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William Blomstrand Aug 2
”In Germany, €1.2 to €1.4 billion of wind power goes unproduced because it can’t be transported from the north to the south. People in Germany are already paying for this phantom power, so it makes sense to convert it to another energy source”-
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BoschGlobal Aug 1
Ready for : It’s great to see grow to 90+ companies & we are looking forward to working together with our fellow members! Find out about our work on solutions for and heating .
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𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ Aug 5
Britain’s National Grid plans to test heating for homes Trials to begin in 2022
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Nel Hydrogen 8h
We're pleased to see membership in the Clean Alliance is growing steadily. Who should be next to join the alliance and help Europe?
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Hyundai Motor Group 18h
[] Here's what developed countries are doing for their strategies.
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Guidehouse Insights 4h
Missed the Launch of the European Hydrogen Backbone webinar? Watch the replay to hear experts explore how a dedicated infrastructure can be created in .
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Varun Rai 3m
Skepticism from investor & analyst community is healthy. It was same for solar only 15yrs ago. Many of us who dream of a decarbonized energy system haven't waited for a report, but have worked through the years everyday to progress on and other options. We need it all.
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Stéphane Nappo. Global Mega Trends. #Paris #France Jul 30
🇩🇪 is launching the most environmentally friendly trains in the world. They are powered by & . The only waste they produce is . TY &
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Graham Cooley Aug 6
“What Europe and Germany have done, I suspect, will trigger something of an arms race or a scale-up race” for
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Graham Cooley Aug 4
"The 30MW pilot phase now go ahead after being awarded a €30m grant from the German government."
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Joanna Sampson 11h
A new report highlighting the potential of as a clean fuel to help meet climate goals finds Germany could produce cost-competitive hydrogen in 2050.
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Nick Stapley Aug 5
It's fantastic to be a part of one of the UK market leaders in this rapidly growing industry. We're actually delivering real solutions that will help in our net zero targets - it's not about talking the talk! Our revenue has grown 5.5x since I joined three years ago.
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FuelCellPartnership 21h
The result, according to Bhavnagri [BloombergNEF], will be a world that increasingly looks to Europe for manufacturing systems — leaving the United States in the dust. For green hydrogen, he warned, “you will go to the European players.”
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Claire Johnson 17h
"Of the $54 billion in economic stimulus funding approved in countries around the world (but mostly Europe) that’s going toward clean energy, 19% of that is for . That’s second only to electrified transportation, according to ."
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Joanna Sampson Aug 6
The China Hydrogen Alliance and the Hydrogen Council have co-released the Chinese version of a report titled ‘Path to Hydrogen Competitiveness – A Cost Perspective”.
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Joanna Sampson Aug 6
Hamburger Hochbahn wants to deploy 50 fuel cell buses on Hamburg roads over the next four years (2021-2025).
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Plug Power Inc. Jul 31
"I have rarely seen, if ever, any technology that enjoys so much political backing around the world. Countries who have completely different views on energy and climate all join in saying that is a key clean energy technology,” says !
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Protium Aug 6
When people tell us electrolysers are a new we show them this this picture of the worlds first stack build by scientist Dr. Oscar Schmidt in August 1900! Happy 120th Birthday!
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