According to a CSIS report, it is expected that clean hydrogen may significantly alter bilateral energy ties in the Indo-pacific region. On the other hand, can you elaborate further on how the ongoing Russian-Ukraine war will change the dynamics of the clean hydrogen trade in Asia?
Interview – The Geopolitics of Hydrogen
Panel Discusses the Future of Zero-Emission Trucks
Rakesh Aneja, vice president of eMobility at Daimler Truck North America: “Electric trucks are being delivered to customers now, and hopefully hydrogen trucks are going to follow shortly thereafter. The demand is high and the availability of the new fuel — whether it be electric energy or hydrogen — is a critical item to allow ramp up at scale.”
First Mode Establishes Proving Grounds in Centralia, Washington for Ultra-Class Haul Trucks
Crédit Agricole signs a contract for 10,000 hydrogen cars with the French manufacturer Hopium
“This is part of the French and European industrial renewal in the production of clean vehicles ", welcomes Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, the former Minister for Transport, now Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hopium. The Machina in question, a sedan that promises a range of 1,000 km, will however display a premium price of 120,000 euros. "But industrial models provide for a decrease in the cost of 3% to 5% per year for fuel cell vehicles", promises Jean-Baptiste Djebbari . The Machina will be manufactured in Normandy from 2025 and the objective is to market it the same year.
HYSTER BEGINS FIRST-EVER, REAL-WORLD PILOT OF HYDROGEN FUEL CELL-POWERED CONTAINER HANDLER AT CMA CGM-OWNED FENIX MARINE TERMINAL IN THE PORT OF LOS ANGELES
Hyster Company announces testing of a top-pick container handler powered by hydrogen fuel cells (HFC) at Fenix Marine Services in the Port of Los Angeles. Building on the industry standard Hyster® H1050-1150XD-CH top-pick container handler design, the truck is powered by two 45kw hydrogen fuel cells from Nuvera, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hyster parent company Hyster-Yale Group.
Valley Link Rail to Construct Hydrogen Production Facility in California
The Tri-Valley – San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority has reached a final agreement with the City of Tracy, California to purchase 200 acres for a green hydrogen production facility as part of the Valley Link Rail project.
Hydrogen: A Compelling Solution for Remote EV Charging and Deployment
Nikola Highlights Benefits to Integrated Truck and Energy Business Model from The Inflation Reduction Act
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is expected to provide a significant boost to Nikola’s low carbon hydrogen energy business strategy, enabling lower cost hydrogen supply and dispensing infrastructure
Nikola’s energy business aims to develop access of up to 300 metric-tons of low carbon hydrogen supply and up to 60 hydrogen dispensing stations by 2026
The IRA energy and other climate incentives are anticipated to lower costs across Nikola’s expected portfolio creating greater value for Nikola’s integrated business model
The IRA’s incentives for energy and zero-emissions truck manufacturing businesses are expected to further enable Nikola’s zero-emission trucks to be competitive on a total cost of ownership basis when compared to traditional diesel vehicles
Spotlight on Europe: Hydrogen Council leaders meet at a turning point for EU’s hydrogen future
Hopium unveils ‘first’ hydrogen-powered sedan
Air Liquide, Chevron, LyondellBasell, and Uniper to pursue a low carbon hydrogen and ammonia project along the U.S. Gulf Coast
US, Germany join Japan in agreement to ramp up clean hydrogen output
"This is a high-priority technology for this administration. And I will say one word about why and that is versatility," Deputy Secretary of Energy David Turk said at the time, highlighting hydrogen's use in energy storage, electricity generation, transportation and heavy industry.
Despite global progress in clean hydrogen investment, "more efforts are needed" to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, the IEA said.
BMW boss says hydrogen, not electric, will be ‘hippest thing’ to drive
“After the electric car, which has been going on for about 10 years and scaling up rapidly, the next trend will be hydrogen,” he says. “When it's more scalable, hydrogen will be the hippest thing to drive.”
Hyvia Unveils the Production Version of Master Van H2-Tech that Arrives on the Road, Manufactured in France
Volvo Trucks to begin customer testing of fuel cell trucks in 2025
The fuel cells will be supplied by cellcentric – the joint venture between the Volvo Group and Daimler Truck AG. Cellcentric will build one of Europe’s largest series production facilities for fuel-cells, especially developed for heavy vehicles.
Hydrogen fuel cells for zero-emission cold ironing
Green Hydrogen on an S-curve: Fast, Beneficial, and Inevitable: We are reaching a series of tipping points in green hydrogen production and demand, and all actors should be prepared to capture these new opportunities.
Decarbonization leads to more equable air quality in California
Through an analysis combining physical, epidemiological and statistical models, the team from UCI’s Advanced Power and Energy Program demonstrated that while greener buildings would provide a roughly 15 percent improvement in health outcomes for the broad state population, elimination of greenhouse gases (and other forms of air pollution) from heavy-duty, over-the-road trucking would more directly benefit low-income Californians who live and work in closer proximity to the state’s ports, industrial facilities and highways.
Renault unveils hydrogen-powered Alpenglow concept car
In May, Renault announced plans to bring a hydrogen-powered family car to market by 2030.
Hydrogen uses to be determined by delivery methods
Transportation is a crucial puzzle to solve since the most favourable production locations are found in often remote, renewable-rich areas, while demand will be focused in heavily industrialized and densely populated areas, Weichenhain said in a Roland Berger study he authored, ‘Hydrogen transportation: the key to unlocking the clean hydrogen economy.’
Sempra Infrastructure and AVANGRID Announce Plans to Develop U.S. Green Hydrogen and Ammonia Projects
Hyster begins first-ever, real-world pilot of hydrogen fuel cell-powered container handler at CMA CGM-owned Fenix Marine terminal in the Port of Los Angeles
Hyster Company announces testing of a top-pick container handler powered by hydrogen fuel cells (HFC) at Fenix Marine Services in the Port of Los Angeles. Building on the industry standard Hyster® H1050-1150XD-CH top-pick container handler design, the truck is powered by two 45kw hydrogen fuel cells from Nuvera, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hyster parent company Hyster-Yale Group. A California Climate Investments grant awarded by the California Air Resources Board in 2018 helped support development of the HFC-powered container handler.