EHA Climate brief Week 33: Royal attention for TSO2020 Zeronet Technology
27 June, 2019The Dutch King Willemn Alexander on June 26, 2019 opened the first eletrolyzer co-funded by the first  EU Connecting Europe Facility's Synergy project, TSO2020 ..read on»
EHA Climate Brief Week 31: financing zero emission “sailing” and flying
19 June, 2019This week 31, after the UN report on urgent action needed till 2030 that came out last  October, annoucements in notoriously hard segments to ..read on»
EHA Climate Brief 30: IEA Hydrogen Report Ahoy!
14 June, 2019The small mountain resort of Karuizawa in Japan’s Nagano prefecture, hosting G20 Energy Ministers from June 12-14, 2019 will be a bit puzzled by the ..read on»
Incident at hydrogen station in Norway
13 June, 2019After an incidente at one of their stations in Sandvika in Norway Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL) announced preliminary findings on June 13, 2019 from safety ..read on»
EHA Climate Brief Week 29: EU votes, RE costs, Fins and CO2 tax
5 June, 2019As EU citizens on May 26, 2019 on average voted for tougher action on climate protection, (see results German up 20%, France 12% , Austria, ..read on»
Flying the friendly skies: Gasunie – Nouryon – KLM into green H fuel
29 May, 2019 SkyNRG  announced plans on May 27, 2019 with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, fuels distributor SHV Energy and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to build Europe’s ..read on»
EHA Climate Brief Week 28: CBA of PCI will never look the same…
28 May, 2019The EU Energy Infrastructure Forum Conclusions of the fifth meeting in Copenhagen on May 24-25 , 2019 pointed out clearly " the necessity to speed up ..read on»
Nordrhein Westfalen (NRW) jetzt ein Wasserstof Land!
23 May, 2019These were the words of state scercetary of Economic affairs and Energy of NRW at the presentation of the NRW IN4Climate NRW study on ..read on»
Shift2RailShift2H?
17 May, 2019At the FCH JU and Shift2Rail workshop on The FCH JU latest study on hydrogen powered trains on May 17, 2019 in Brussels Siemens announced ..read on»
Ola Daimler!
15 May, 2019 Just before the German government moved to zero net emission ambition in 2050, Daimler's new CEO Ola Källenius announced new commitments to make its entire passenger ..read on»