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H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen and fuel cell technology in details with applications across various sectors. Fuel cell technology plays a vital part in the hydrogen energy market, particularly mobility, so some news on the fuel industry may also be found in other news categories.

Hydrogen Optimized eyes 40MW supply contract; Advent partners with Calscan

Hydrogen Optimized (a subsidiary of Key DH Technologies Inc.) has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with a large industrial…

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P2X Europe, Nordic Electrofuel to cooperate on power-to-liquid

P2X Europe plans to purchase synthesis-based e-fuels and waxes from renewable raw materials from Nordic Electrofuel.

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Sinewave project receives German funding

ITM Power GmbH (the German-based subsidiary of ITM Power) has been approved for a €1.95 million award for the Sinewave…

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Quantum delivers hydrogen Virtual pipeline trailers to Certarus

Quantum Fuel Systems (a fully integrated alternative energy company) has delivered virtual pipeline trailers for hydrogen to Certarus Ltd.

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JM launches HyCOgen technology

Johnson Matthey has launched HyCOgen, which is designed to play a pivotal role in converting captured CO2 and green hydrogen…

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Doosan partners for hydrogen-powered BVLOS UAS Operations in the US

Doosan, Iris Automation and Drone America to pursue Doosan's hydrogen fuel cell technology beyond the line of sight (BVLOS) UAS…

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TechForH2 receives grant

The Swedish Energy Agency has awarded the centre of excellence TechForH2 a grant of about 162 MSEK for 2022-2026.

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KBR explores hydrogen in Trinidad & Tobago; Insplorion tests its hydrogen sensor

KBR to study to establish a green hydrogen market in Trinidad and Tobago as part of ongoing technical cooperation financed…

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Cummins and Sinopec to jointly produce electrolysers in China

Cummins Sinopec Group formed a 50:50 joint venture Cummins Enze Hydrogen Technology Co., Ltd, in Foshan, Guangdong, China.

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Fortescue builds its own electrolyser

Fortescue has developed an electrolyser in their Western Australia facility capable of producing industrial-grade hydrogen.

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