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.

Plug Power and HevenDrones partner for heavy lift drones

HevenDrones has signed a bilateral alliance with Plug Power to develop hydrogen fuel cell systems for heavy lift drones to…

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UP.Partners launches $230M mobility fund; Verdant Earth Technologies eyes IPO

UP.Partners has kicked off a US$230 million early-stage venture capital fund dedicated to supporting mobility companies.

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Teco 2030 signs supply frame agreement with Chemgas Shipping

Norway maritime cleantech company Teco 2030 Asa today has signed a supply frame agreement with the Dutch shipowner Chemgas Shipping…

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ASL Aviation, Universal Hydrogen to convert ATR 72 cargo aircraft to hydrogen

ASL Aviation agreed with Universal Hydrogen to buy ten ATR 72 conversion kits for installation in its existing or future…

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Synthetic kerosene plant in Germany to go live today

Synthetic kerosene (e-fuel) production plant, intended to supply green fuel to the aviation sector, will start production today (4th October)…

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Xebec spearheads in Turkey steel industry; Emerson & BayoTech join forces; H2 Clipper registers US patent

Xebec Adsorption Inc. has signed a contract to supply two Hy.GEN 150 units with a Turkey-based flat steel manufacturer.

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Honda going lunar with fuel cell technology

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today has introduced new initiatives leveraging its core technologies, including fuel cells.

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EasyJet urges government support for hydrogen in aviation

EasyJet has urged industry and government to collaborate to support zero-emission aviation technology, primarily hydrogen.

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DeltaPort, the Port of Rotterdam Authority strengthen cooperation on hydrogen

The Port of Rotterdam Authority will support DeltaPort to become a regional hub for importing green hydrogen from the port…

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Tulips to support hydrogen role in sustainable aviation

The Tulips consortium, consisting of 29 organisations, aims to speed up the rollout of sustainable technologies in aviation, including hydrogen.

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