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Rystad Energy expects strong growth in hydrogen pipelines through 2035

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Independent research and business intelligence company Rystad Energy estimates that there are about 91 planned hydrogen pipeline projects in the world, totaling 30,300 kilometers and due to come online by around 2035. New hydrogen infrastructure is starting to materialize as the world seeks to accelerate its path to net zero.

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Van Hool introduces new A range of electric buses; battery-electric, fuel cell (hydrogen) and trolley

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Van Hool, the Belgian manufacturer of buses, coaches and industrial vehicles, presented its first edition of a completely new range of 100% zero emission buses on the first day of Euro Mobility Expo 2022, an international trade show for public transport. The design of the new A range is characterized by its aerodynamic shape at the front.

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BASF and Advent Technologies to establish end-to-end supply chain for HT-PEM fuel cell systems in Europe

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HT-PEM fuel cells operate at 120 to 180°C, offer a broad operating window and tolerate impurities in the hydrogen fuel gas. We are committed to building a full loop supply chain for green hydrogen technologies including precious metal services, catalysts, components and recycling.

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Number of electric buses in Europe has increased from around 200 to 2,200 in 5 years

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Since 2005, Van Hool has built 130 hydrogen fuel cell buses. The Van Hool factory in Macedonia is building 900 buses this year; the factory is designed for an annual capacity of 1,000 buses. With the U12 and the T13, Yutong has designed buses specifically for the European market.

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