Aviation and Maritime

In this news section, H2 Bulletin covers all the hydrogen industry news which have implications for the aviation and shipping sectors. It covers the aviation and maritime sectors. Both these sectors are quite active in using hydrogen as an alternative fuel to reduce emission.

Proton Motor supplies HyShip 72 to Fincantieri; WEC Energy to co-fire hydrogen

Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH is now successfully delivering its high-tech innovation fuel cell system HyShip 72 to Fincantieri.

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Wartsila receives methanol engine order

Wärtsilä (a Finnish company that manufactures and services power sources and other equipment in the marine and energy market) has…

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Hyon completes NOK 50 million placement

Hyon AS has announced the successful completion of a private placement of NOK 50 million, valuing the company at NOK…

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EH Group raises funds; ZeroAvia receives grant

EH Group Engineering AG (a developer and manufacturer of innovative low-cost and energy-dense fuel cells) has raised over CHF 5…

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Emerson to Accelerate Green Hydrogen Production

Emerson is developing systems for the safe operation of the world’s first offshore green hydrogen plant an operational gas platform.

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Teco partners with Gen2 Energy; First Hydrogen establishes NetZeroH2

Teco 2030 Asa and Gen2 Energy have signed an MoU to cooperate on projects where green hydrogen is needed for…

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Doosan and 42air agree for hydrogen-powered drones

Doosan Mobility Innovation and 42air signed an MoU to co-develop delivery services using hydrogen fuel cell unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

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UGI and Vertimass to produce renewable fuels in the US and Europe

UGI Corporation has signed a 15-year agreement with Vertimass to use their catalytic technology to make renewable fuels from renewable…

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Japanese consortium studies hydrogen for decarbonising the Port of Kobe

Kobe City, Hanshin Port, Marubeni and Iwatani to study the ‘Hydrogen Utilisation Model Toward Carbon Neutrality in the Port of…

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Tasmania partners with Port of Rotterdam for green hydrogen

Tasmanian Government and the Port of Rotterdam to jointly investigate the feasibility of future exports of green hydrogen to the…

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