Automotive & Locomotive

In this news section, H2 Bulletin covers all the hydrogen industry news which have implications for the automotive sector. It covers all forms of land transportation, including all types of vehicles including light vehicles, medium & heavy vehicles, and locomotive.

Plastic Omnium partners with AVL

Plastic Omnium and AVL have signed a partnership agreement to develop high and medium power hydrogen systems.

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Tersus Power sees vast potential for refuelling infrastructure

Global Technologies, Ltd has provided an update on Tersus Power’s hydrogen production and dispensing station.

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Scottish Whitelee project receives funding for 10MW electrolyser

The Green Hydrogen for Scotland Consortium today to receive £9.4 million funding for Whitelee Windfarm Green Hydrogen Phase 1 from…

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More hydrogen developments in Brazil

Companies in Rio de Janeiro have formed a partnership to produce hydrogen-powered buses next year.

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Hynamics and Alstom to collaborate on refuelling hydrogen trains

Alstom and Hynamics have signed a partnership agreement to optimise the hydrogen refuelling of passenger trains.

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Nilsson Energy to develop hydrogen solutions at Gateway Säve, Sweden

Nilsson Energy will develop sustainable hydrogen production and energy storage solutions at Gateway Säve, Sweden.

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ABB orders AFC Energy fuel cell system

ABB has ordered the first AFC Energy S Series fuel cell system for high power e-Mobility charging at a contract…

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Octopus Hydrogen and Mira Technology Park to develop hydrogen refuelling

Octopus Hydrogen, Octopus Renewables and Mira Technology Park have agreed to develop a green refuelling forecourt providing hydrogen and EV…

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Autoliv and SSAB collaborate for green steel; GFG Alliance launches policy partnerships

Autoliv and steelmaker SSAB will research and develop fossil-free steel components for automotive safety products, such as airbags and seatbelts.

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Kawasaki, Subaru, Toyota, Mazda, and Yamaha aim for carbon neutrality

Kawasaki, Subaru Corp, Toyota Motor, Mazda Motor, and Yamaha Motor will jointly achieve carbon neutrality through fuels initiatives.

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