In a world's first, a commercial hydrogen-powered cargo vessel will make its maiden voyage later this year. Developed by French shipowner Compagnie Fluvial Transport (CFT), the vessel will be the world’s first cargo ship to run on hydrogen and is set to be deployed on the river … [Read more...] about World’s first hydrogen-powered cargo vessel to set sail in Paris this year
Ammonia is a colorless, noxious gas that is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. It is used for a number of different things from producing dyes to treating wastewater, but it’s most common industrial use in the production of fertilizer. Although useful, the production of … [Read more...] about Can hydropower help clean up commercial ammonia production?
Every ton of steel produced in 2020 emitted on average 1.9 tons of carbon dioxide, equating to about 8 percent of the planet’s total carbon footprint. This makes it a key target for the world’s decarbonization efforts, and it’s one of the key areas where hydrogen could play a … [Read more...] about Sweden will soon become home to world’s first fossil-free steel plant
Maritime transport is responsible for about 2.5 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, emitting around 940 million tons of CO2 annually. As the industry seeks to transition to zero-carbon fuels, hydrogen is emerging as a promising candidate. One of the most interesting … [Read more...] about This zero-emission hydrogen ferry will help clean up the marine industry
As the body of evidence grows about the heavy environmental footprint of flying, airplane manufacturers have started to ramp up their efforts to decarbonize the industry. In a bid to showcase its plans for zero-emissions air travel, Airbus has recently unveiled three … [Read more...] about Airbus unveils three hydrogen-powered zero-emission airplanes