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.

The Port of Narvik sets sight on hydrogen-powered boat

A consortium led by Teco 2030 is working to develop a hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel for the Port of Narvik in…

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Nel supplies electrolyser to Ovako; Liquid Wind secures funding

Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser AS has received a purchase order for a 20 MW alkaline water electrolyser from Ovako.

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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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Singapore and Airbus to explore hydrogen application in Aviation

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Airbus today (18th November) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to…

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PowerCell receives order; Desert Mountain hires Generon

PowerCell Sweden AB has secured an order valued at a total of MSEK 7.2 (€720k) from the German company H2FLY.

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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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Aviation and shipping get more hydrogen traction

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and Los Angeles-based Universal Hydrogen Co. (UH2) have joined forces to enable the aviation industry to…

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Shoreham Port, Getech, Local Fuels and Ricardo agree for green hydrogen hub

Shoreham Port announced to collaborate with H2 Green, Local Fuels and Ricardo to explore developing a renewable green energy hub…

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ZeroAvia signs deals with ASL Aviation and Hindustan Aeronautics

ZeroAvia has signed a partnership agreement with ASL Aviation Holdings to develop hydrogen-electric engine conversions for ATR72 aircraft.

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SAS, Vattenfall, Shell and LanzaTech to produce SAF using hydrogen

Vattenfall, SAS, Shell and LanzaTech will explore the production of the world’s first synthetic sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) using the…

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