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HydroWing, Tocardo partner on production of hydrogen from tidal power

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HydroWing, in partnership with Tocardo, introduced the THyPSO (Tidal Hydrogen production, Storage and Offtake), a concept that creates green hydrogen from the sea, contributing to the wider global decarbonization of energy systems.

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Lightyear inks deal for production of long-range EV's solar roof

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Dutch startup Lightyear has secured a supplier for its long-range electric car's solar roof. Royal DSM will partner with Lightyear to scale up production of the roof system. The two companies will also look into solar-roof applications for other cars, as well as vans and buses, Lightyear said in a press release Thursday. The roof consists of 53. solar

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Groupe Renault working on ~20 blockchain projects

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Groupe Renault has identified some 20 projects to deploy blockchain technology. These projects concern, in particular, the traceability of financial transactions and communication with equipment manufacturers and the sales network. Some of these will be deployed soon. For Groupe Renault, blockchain has to be used as a collaborative, multi-company digital tool within the automotive sector, thereby becoming a source of increased productivity and collective intelligence.

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Very fast electric-car charging will require a new generation of cables?and cable cooling

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As onboard chargers and DC fast-charging stations get more powerful, cables could become the limiting factor in electric-car charging speed. Supplier Huber+Suhner has developed a next-generation cable that should enable faster charging. The new cable is the first to allow continuous charging at 500 amps, according to the company, which currently. charging youtube

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Osaka researchers find formate dehydrogenase reduces CO2 directly to formic acid

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Professor Yutaka Amao of the Osaka City University Artificial Photosynthesis Research Center and Ryohei Sato, a 1 st year Ph.D. student of the Graduate School of Science, have shown that the catalyst formate dehydrogenase reduces carbon dioxide directly to formic acid. Their work, published in a paper in the RSC’s New Journal of Chemistry , points to a catalyst in developing and designing an artificial photosynthesis system that efficiently converts carbon dioxide into organic molecules.

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2021 Toyota Sienna minivan goes all-hybrid

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The idea of minivans at the center of American suburban life is as obsolete as video-rental stores or answering machines. That said, the idea of sliding side doors, easy access for kids, and space, space, and more space is all fresh again to a new generation of families and active types, albeit with more of a niche approach. With the 2021 Sienna

Researchers show coordination polymer glass membranes can produce as much energy as liquid-based counterparts in fuel cells

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Scientists at Kyoto University’s Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) have developed a new coordination polymer glass membrane for hydrogen fuel cells that works just as well as its liquid counterparts with added strength and flexibility. A paper on the work is published in the journal Chemical Science. PEM hydrogen fuel cells are fed hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity, with water as their only by-product.

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Guidehouse Insights: blockchain-based EV charging & grid integration market to show 78% CAGR from 2020-2029

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A new report from Guidehouse Insights provides forecasts for blockchain-enabled charging hardware deployment, electricity demand from blockchain-based platforms, and revenue from electric vehicle (EV) charging and integration applications through 2029. Traditional energy stakeholders increasingly are experimenting with blockchain technology.

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All-hybrid Toyotas, Lightyear One solar roof, cooler charging cables: Today?s Car News

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Toyota has introduced new versions of the Venza utility vehicle and Sienna minivan, and they’re hybrid exclusive this time. The Lightyear One is one step closer with a production deal for its solar roof. And new high-power charging cables can handle more miles per minute and keep cool. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. Netherlands. Today in Car News

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Tritec Marine and Stena collaborate on new LNG bunker concept: SAFE Bunker

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Tritec Marine and Stena LNG have collaborated to create the innovative SAFE Bunker concept. SAFE Bunker is an LNG bunker/feeder vessel of payload capacity of 7,500 m 3 with 2C type tanks and offsets accommodation. The vessel is designed with dual fuel diesel-electric engines and podded propulsors in the bow and the stern. The pods can also be utilized for dynamic positioning (DP) during refueling operations.

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Driving after lockdown: It’s probably time you learned the ‘Dutch Reach’?

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Ever heard of the ‘Dutch Reach’? No, it’s not a way of hugging while still avoiding social distancing

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US DOE launches $230M Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) has launched the Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program (ARDP) within the Office of Nuclear Energy (NE). ARDP is designed to help domestic private industry demonstrate advanced nuclear reactors in the United States. For the Fiscal Year 2020 budget, Congress appropriated $230 million to start a new demonstration program for advanced reactors.

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New ‘faster’ Volkswagen Golf GTI roaring its way here

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Volkswagen has promised the new Golf GTI will be faster and more digitally focused than its predecessor

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