Researchers at Northwestern University have formulated a very effective, eco-friendly method for turning ammonia into hydrogen.
FuelBox and Green Biofuels have together launched a brand new renewable, fossil-free, low emission fuel product for off-road vehicles which has already been taken up by Speedy Hire Plc, the UK’s leading tools and equipment hire company.
Zeroavia, a company working on decarbonisation of the entire aviation industry, has taken delivery of a Toyota Mirai fuel cell car at its Cranfield base, where it will form an important part of the company’s ground-breaking Hydrogen Airport Refuelling System.
GenCell Energy, a leading Israel-based manufacturer of fuel cell energy solutions, today announces that it successfully completed integration between the Enapter AEM Electrolyzer and the GenCell alkaline fuel cell.
A Copenhagen research team has created a novel catalyst that can be used to create vehicles powered by more affordable and much more sustainable hydrogen.
Fuel & Lubricant distributor, New Era Fuels Ltd., has teamed up with Green Biofuels to provide Green D+ (an Enhanced form of HVO – Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) a low emission fossil-free diesel alternative, so that New Era’s infrastructure and construction customers can significantly and instantly lower their carbon emissions and environmental impact.
FuelActive, renowned for its innovative technology solutions for diesel engines announces new investment from the Development Bank of Wales and private equity funds from Adjuvo; grant funding from Innovate UK to support technology development; and leadership changes to drive global expansion.
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Caltech have explained that copper previously bound with oxygen is better at transforming carbon dioxide into renewable fuels compared to copper that was never bound to oxygen.
Under the guidance of Northwestern University, a research group has developed and synthesized novel materials with ultra-high surface area and porosity for storing methane and hydrogen for fuel cell-powered vehicles.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) have awarded a contract to fuel cell technology solutions provider, Fuel Cell Systems Limited (FCSL) to supply a mobile hydrogen refuelling vehicle for the HyFlyer project.