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Shell CEO says his next car will be electric, sees oil demand peaking before 2030

When the boss of Europe’s biggest listed oil company says his next car will be electric, it says a lot about the future of fossil fuels. 504 more words


Detail Report On Separator Plate for Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Market : 2017 - openPR

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Geographically, this report split EMEA into Europe, the Middle East and Africa, With sales (K Units), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Separator Plate for Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast) 2,059 more words

Self-fuelling boat starts 6-year world trip using green energy, fuel cells

A boat that fuels itself is setting off around the world from Paris on a six-year journey that its designers hope will serves as a model for emissions-free energy networks of the future. 98 more words

Summer Holiday Hydrogen Hack with Arcola

Arcola Energy, specialising in Hydrogen Fuel Cell based technologies, are coordinating an educational event during the Summer holidays (21st to the 26th of August). The event is called the… 188 more words

Wrapping Up Another Productive Legislative Session

The 2017 legislative session concluded last week, and I am pleased to announce several victories for the people of New York State.  I authored 16 bills which passed both the Assembly and the Senate, including my bill to end child marriage which has already been signed into law. 760 more words

Chris Selley: Ontario Liberals are going off the rails on a crazy (hydrogen) train

“The Hindenburg of rolling stock,” one wag on Twitter quipped Thursday morning. The news was that Ontario’s Liberal government is looking at hydrogen-powered trains for GO Transit, as it vastly increases commuter rail service in coming years. 668 more words

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The UK can still lead Mission Innovation on cleaning urban air: How Birmingham fuel cells can help

Air Pollution in Cities is Nothing New

Since the VW emissions scandal broke, air pollution in cities has remained a top public health concern. With such stories rarely out of the news, you could be forgiven for thinking that something has recently emerged from medical science illustrating the dangers of combustion-generated air pollution to human health. 832 more words