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Dominique Lecocq May 13
To clean up the aviation industry, -funded scientists are working to develop an all-electric aircraft powered by cryogenically-liquified fuel ➡️
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Ballard Power May 13
Ballard's access to the residential energy market is confirmed by European partnership with HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH
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Hydrogen Hub May 17
Great to be at the H2roadshow in Oxford today and to see so many people interested in hydrogen fuel cell technology!
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Jurgen Cluytmans 21h
CEN-CENELEC Sector Forum Energy Management Workgroup - Plenary meeting. - discussing the updated report and next steps - role of hydrogen in the - current status and developments from political and industry perspective
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H2 & Fuel Cell News 15h
will play a critical role in industries - steel, iron, mining, and chemicals which all use fossil-fueled in their operations. Project Hybrit aims to be 100% renewable by 2035 in an operation that accounts for 9% of Sweden's CO2 emissions.
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Anas Alhajji 40m
The Evolution of : From the Big Bang to Fuel Cells
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reupdate-info 13h
New president of utilities trade body Eurelectric/CEO of Vattenfall states that 'the ultimate goal for smelters and other industries should be to extract by using renewable sources of electricity, but an intermediate solution could use NG'
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FuelCellsWorks May 14
SARTA’s “Borrow a Bus” Tour Goes International as Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Bus Heads for West Coast & Canada-Borrow a Bus program is achieving its goals of raising awareness about and generating support for -powered public transit--
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Mott MacDonald May 17
We see as providing a flexible solution in provision, complementing the current electricity network bridging the gap to a fully engaged 100% renewable future. Find out more at our Hydrogen Reality event on 30th May at City Hall, London:
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Hydrogfan May 19
. More data of the registers in several countries in april in 🇯🇵: (), 43 units (+104,8%) (), 6 units (-14,3%)
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Jason Artemis 44m
Replying to @MikeQuindazzi
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Johnson Matthey 13h
How can support the transition to greener and cleaner energy? Read this article, first published by the , to hear the thoughts of JM's Sam french and Andy Walker.
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Mott MacDonald 10h
Exciting projects are springing up around the world. Why now? We welcome your participation to discuss how soon the could become a reality. Join us at our free Hydrogen Reality event on 30th May in London:
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riversimple 19h
More self-employment & online shopping mean 1 in 10 UK workers depends on a van for work; new van market worth up to £10bn. We're already planning our next model – a Riversimple electric van. ⚡️Crowdfunding Capital at risk Approved by
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Dominique Lecocq 1h
OVERVIEW - a pillar of the energy transition?
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Hydrogen Council 11h
"Collaboration between government, industry and academia is vital to making generation as efficient as possible in the first place, and in installing the infrastructure to enable hydrogen use at scale." Read more from our member here ⬇️
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Michael Marc Grossman 3h
Last picture of the day from the conference: zero emission bus.
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High V.LO-City May 17
The High V.LO-City project & lessons learnt from the deployment of buses were presented today at the International forum for sustainable mobility in .
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Michael Marc Grossman 7h
Dave Warren discusses the progress of renewable hydrogen in Washington legislature in 2019.
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Saket May 18
want to be better at start drinking water and less and stop doing coke and pills and molly and other stupid shit that you’re addicted to...get addicted to success and wealth and level up so you can afford to support your habit. We’re all addicts
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William Blomstrand 15h
K-Pow - "European industry should develop as a source of power to reduce their dependence on coal and other fossil fuels, Vattenfall CEO Magnus Hall and new president of utilities trade body Eurelectric told Reuters."
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