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Electric Cars Are All the Rage. Then Why Does Toyota Continue to Invest in Hydrogen?

“Years ago when Tesla bet on electric, major companies like VW and BMW were not interested. Now, everyone is eager to get on the EV bandwagon. It is possible that Toyota is the one betting on the future now!” Read entire article New A.G.E. Perspective: Toyota is betting that a regular supply of clean, cheap hydrogen …

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Airbus Reveals New Zero-Emission Concept Aircraft

“Airbus has revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. These concepts each represent a different approach to achieving zero-emission flight, exploring various technology pathways and aerodynamic configurations in order to support the company’s ambition of leading the way in the decarbonisation of the entire aviation industry. …

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Declining Coal Use Means Hard Times For People In U.S. Coal States

“Fifteen years ago, thermal coal was responsible for generating 50% of the country’s electricity. Last year, coal’s contributions were half that amount. That’s in part because utility companies have been gradually turning to cheaper natural gas and renewable energy. The implications are potentially catastrophic for Wyoming, the country’s leading producer of coal. As the nation …

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Blue and Green Hydrogen Essential for Energy Transition

Blue hydrogen produced from fossil fuels with carbon capture technology is more likely to be an area of growth over the next decade, while green hydrogen produced from renewables would become more meaningful from 2030 onwards, RBC Capital Markets’ equity analyst Biraj Borkhataria said in a note. Read entire article New A.G.E. Perspective: New A.G.E. …

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E.P.A. Relaxes Rules Limiting Toxic Waste From U.S. Coal Plants

“The Trump administration on Monday relaxed strict Obama-era standards for how coal-fired power plants dispose of wastewater laced with dangerous pollutants like lead, selenium and arsenic, a move environmental groups said would leave rivers and streams vulnerable to toxic contamination.” Read entire article New A.G.E. Perspective: The EPA’s rule changes give coal communities and business …

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New Hyperion XP1 Revealed – 1st Hydrogen Electric Supercar

The Hyperion XP-1 is a hydrogen-electric supercar that promises a 1,016-mile (1,635 kilometer) range. The hydrogen fuel cell module generates electric power that motivates all four wheels, and there’s a three-speed transmission. The layout lets the supercar hit 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in under 2.2 seconds. The top speed is estimated …

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Cummins Using Hydrogen Technology to Enable Renewable Energy for Public Utilities in Washington with the Largest Electrolyzer in the United States

“Cummins is rapidly growing its hydrogen capabilities and the company continues to deepen its expertise in fuel cell technologies. Cummins uses fuel cell and hydrogen technologies to power a variety of applications, including transit buses, semi-trucks, delivery trucks, refuse trucks and passenger trains and has made several announcements in the past year related to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.” Read full article …

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Shaping Tomorrow’s Global Hydrogen Market Via De-Risked Investments

“Why being the first mover on the decarbonized energy market can bring huge, long-term, benefits if done right. In order to deal with the climate emergency, the European Union is on the road to decarbonization. Many other countries around the world are also taking action. These countries are rapidly concluding that a successful decarbonization path …

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