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H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen and fuel cell technology in details with applications across various sectors. Fuel cell technology plays a vital part in the hydrogen energy market, particularly mobility, so some news on the fuel industry may also be found in other news categories.

Australia’s NERA to develop 13 hydrogen clusters across the country

National Energy Resources Australia (NERA), to invest $ 1.75 million (US$ 1.32 million) in developing 13 hydrogen clusters across Australia…

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Loop Energy and ECUBES sign offtake agreement

Loop Energy, a Canadian developer of hydrogen fuel cell-based solutions, to supply its cell modules to Ecubes – a Slovenian…

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Aemetis to install 25Mil gallons/year biofuel capacity using hydrogen

Aemetis, Inc., an industrial biotechnology company, said that its carbon-zero biofuels production facility would have the design capacity of 25…

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BioSolar raises $5M for its green hydrogen technology

BioSolar Inc, a US developer of energy technologies, has said that it inked a security purchase agreement with an institutional…

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Sumitomo to build hydrogen plants in Australia and Oman

Sumitomo Corporation, a Japanese trading company and JGC Holdings Corporation, a Japanese engineering company, plans to build a green hydrogen…

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NOW GmbH and GIHK Service to promote hydrogen and fuel cell technology

Hydrogen applications are gaining tractions in mobility, so the companies are also preparing to transition towards clean energy. The efforts…

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Maritime industry sees SOFC technology a decarbonisation solution

Alfa Laval (a Swedish heat solution company) announced to lead a consortium to accelerate the development of solid oxide fuel…

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AFC Energy and Ricardo to jointly develop fuel cell solutions

AFC Energy and Ricardo will collaborate to develop hydrogen fuel cells for marine, rail and static power generation applications. AFC…

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Siemens to invest $146 million to develop all-in-one hydrogen offshore turbine

Siemens Gamesa, a Spanish-German wind engineering, and Siemens Energy, a German energy technology giant said that they are developing the…

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Solvay launches its full suite of solutions to compete in the hydrogen industry

Solvay, a Belgian chemical company, announced today that it has set up a new hydrogen platform which will offer key…

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