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Australian hydrogen company Hysata to begin making new electrolyser at Port Kembla

An Australian company is set to begin mass producing what it claims is the world's most efficient hydrogen electrolyser, saying it will be the building blocks for decarbonising heavy industry.
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A hydrogen-powered plane just flew. Here's how it works.

While one engine burned jet fuel, the electric motor on its right wing got its juice from hydrogen fuel cells.
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DOE commits millions to hydrogen fuel research

It’s not all lithium all the time: DOE commits millions to hydrogen fuel research

Battery-powered electric vehicles have dominated the debate over the future of green technology, but the White House is eyeing another clean fuel alternative based on the most abundant resource in the universe — hydrogen.

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Trains, buses and trucks: How 2023 could be pivotal for hydrogen technology in Canada

There is excitement in the Canadian hydrogen industry about what the next 12 months will bring as several demonstration projects are set to take place, while construction will also begin on a massive new production facility.
Toyota pushes zero-emission goals by converting old models

Toyota pushes zero-emission goals by converting old models

To accelerate the global move toward sustainable vehicles, Toyota is suggesting simply replacing the inner workings of vehicles already on the roads with cleaner technology like fuel cells and electric motors.

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Some progress was made in 2022, but the forecast still looks bleak.
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Forget passenger cars, here’s where hydrogen make sense in transport

Hydrogen is attractive to trucking and ports, but only if it's clean.