Toyota and Hino Motors partner to develop heavy-duty fuel cell truck

Heavy-duty trucks account for about 60% of the total carbon dioxide emissions from commercial vehicles operating in the firms’ home market of Japan

Could rust be the key to hydrogen production?

Researchers say a common type of rust combined with sunlight can boost low-emission hydrogen production 25-fold

UK’s first plastic-to-hydrogen facility receives unanimous planning consent

Peel Environmental and Waste2Tricity say the £7m development near Ellesmere Port will reduce landfill waste and reduce reliance on fossil fuels

Logan Energy to roll out Scotland’s Central Belt’s ‘first hydrogen refuelling station’

The firm claims the station will be ‘the only refueling stop between Aberdeen and Sheffield’

Researchers find new fuel cell tech in ‘needle in a haystack’ discovery

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen say a new family of chemical compounds collectively known as hexagonal perovskites could be used to drive down emissions

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Hydrogen energy projects win share of £90m government funding

Hydrogen is a low or zero emission alternative to fossil fuels, which could be used to power industry and transport

The bulk of Brits say renewables need more government support

Despite more of the UK’s power being generated from renewable sources than from fossil fuels in 2019, people want to see even bolder clean energy policies

Belgium’s excess wind power to turn to hydrogen with new project

The facility will be built in the Plassendale 1 port area and is expected to enter operation in 2025

IEA: Oil and gas industry must take swift action to tackle climate change

The International Energy Agency says oil and gas companies, with their ‘extensive know-how and deep pockets’, can play a crucial role in accelerating the deployment of offshore wind, carbon capture and hydrogen

UK’s Logan Energy secures £1m for hydrogen joint venture with Chinese firm

Logan Energy designs, installs, commissions and maintains energy centres across the UK and Europe