KnowHy – Improving the Knowledge in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology for Technicians and Workers
KnowHy is a 3 years European FP7-project - funded by the European Commission and coordinated by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking - that aims at providing on»
Updates from the EU Commission, Directorate-General for Energy
Commissioner Arias Cañete hosted an event at World EXPO Milan, with the participation of Irish Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney, which on»
H2Mobility meeting, Rome, Italy
The workshop "Towards 2030: hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for sustainable growth" took place in Rome on Friday 19 June 2015 during the Sustainable on»
Berlin had pledged a target of 1 million all-electrics and hydrogen-powered cars on German highways by 2020
Faced with widespread public scepticism about the benefits of all-electric cars, Germany's government is stepping up efforts to get more zero-emission vehicles on the roads. read on»
Green light for green hydrogen at Energiepark Mainz
With a symbolic push of the facility's start button, the world's largest green hydrogen plant was inaugurated in Mainz on Thursday, 2 July 2015 on»
Daimler to open first fuel cell station on German autobahn
As part of an agreement that involves Daimler, Linde and Total, it was opened the first hydrogen filling station on the autobahn in Germany on»
Hyundai sees green future in hydrogen-powered cars
Hyundai Motor Co says hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are the future for eco-friendly cars despite challenges of limited infrastructure and slow sales. South Korea's largest on»
Air Liquide starts up $392m Saudi hydrogen plant
Air Liquide has started production at its €350m ($392m) (SAR1.47bn) hydrogen plant site in Yanbu Industrial City, Saudi Arabia. The firm will supply hydrogen to on»
Israeli hydrogen energy tech feted by EU
Israeli energy start-up H2energy Now believes it has the storage solution – and the renewable energy source as well – that will enable society on»
Dutch government ordered to cut carbon emissions in landmark ruling
A court in The Hague has ordered the Dutch government to cut its emissions by at least 25% within five years, in a landmark ruling on»