The battery dilemma: can the repair exceed the entire electric car cost?

While Europe is working on the mobility of the future, evaluating the use of e-fuels to prolong the life of internal combustion engine cars, some doubts continue to emerge regarding the massive use of battery-powered electric cars. As it is well known, producing these cars has a significant environmental impact, which is then compensated for […]

Europe wants to increase industry’s capacity to produce electrolyzers by 2025

Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton and European electrolyser manufacturers met in Brussels to discuss how to increase industry’s capacity to produce electrolysers used to produce green hydrogen. The 20 industries signing the declaration set out a strategy to double the previous EU renewable hydrogen target to 10 million tons of annual domestic production, plus an additional […]

Change of paradigm: the begin of the Hydrogen Era

The recent surge in energy costs has opened the doors to the future of green hydrogen. The high prices of fossil fuels have forced the importing countries to revise their short-term plans. Only a few months ago the goal was to lower environmental impact to combat climate change, but today the need is to cool […]

Ford Patents Hydrogen-Fueled Combustion Engine

Patent documents reveal Ford is experimenting with hydrogen combustion engines. Not to be confused with fuel cell powertrains, the patent is for a conventional internal-combustion engine that would simply burn hydrogen in place of gasoline or diesel, a process that would result in zero harmful emissions. A patent application filed with the United States Patent […]

New Australian electrolyzer break a world record: will produce the cheapest green hydrogen

Hysata, a startup spin-off the University of Wollongong, Australia, claimed an important breakthrough for the production of green hydrogen. Hysata has developed a new electrolyzer highly promising, as it is considered the world’s most efficient, capable to reach giga-scale by 2025. In a report published this week in Nature Communications, the team behind Hysata’s “capillary-fed […]

REPowerEU plan: how Europe wants to become indipendent by biomethane and hydrogen

The current international crisis has revolutionized EU approach to supply energy. In just two weeks everything was changed but Europe discovered its Achille’s Heel: the lack of energy sources. The European Commission has announced REPowerEU, a new energy plan that focuses entirely on renewable energy and the diversification of supplies. The goal is to leave […]