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Bunched Pt-Ni alloy nanocages as efficient catalysts for fuel cells

Green Car Congress

An international team of researchers has synthesized one-dimensional bunched platinum-nickel (Pt-Ni) alloy nanocages with a Pt-skin structure for the oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells. The nanocages display high mass activity (3.52 amperes per milligram platinum) and specific activity (5.16

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Electric Ford Mustang, Berlin Gigafactory, dealerships fumble on EVs: The Week in Reverse

Green Car Reports

Where this week did GM introduce a new electric car? Which automaker turned to technology used by cryptocurrencies for keeping track of raw materials? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending November 15, 2019.

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Ulstein introducing hydrogen fuel cell off-shore vessel; sea trials could happen in 2022

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Recently, DNV GL identified the five most promising alternative fuels for shipping, with hydrogen as the ultimate zero-emission solution. The first complete hydrogen-fueled prospect has now been assembled by Ulstein Design & Solutions BV and Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology BV.

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Velodyne Lidar introduces Alpha Prime lidar sensor

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Velodyne Lidar, Inc. introduced Alpha Prime , the next-generation lidar sensor utilizing Velodyne’s patented surround view technology to deliver the combined highest performance specifications for the autonomous mobility industry in one sensor.

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Cummins announces PLANET 2050 strategy; net-zero carbon emissions by 2050

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Cummins Inc. announced its next environmental sustainability strategy—PLANET 2050—which includes science-based goals that meet or exceed the goals in the United Nations Paris agreement on climate change. By 2050, Cummins is targeting net-zero carbon emissions. PLANET 2050 focuses on three priority areas: addressing climate change and air emissions; using natural resources in the most sustainable way; and improving communities.

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