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Equinor and RWE to develop hydrogen-fired power plants in Germany, Norway-to-Germany hydrogen pipeline

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Norwegian state-owned energy company Equinor and Germany-based energy company RWE have agreed to work together to develop large-scale value chains for low carbon hydrogen. The cooperation has these main building blocks: Construction of new gas power plants (CCGTs), contributing to Germany’s phase-out roadmap for coal.

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Cummins fuel cell technology powers Coradia iLint fleet in Germany

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Cummins is powering the world’s first fleet of hydrogen trains in Bremervörde, Lower Saxony, Germany. Cummins and Alstom successfully launched the very first hydrogen-powered Coradia iLint train in Germany in 2018. The first zero-emissions passenger trains in the 14-train fleet arrived in mid-summer.

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Honda unveils e:Ny1 EV in Germany

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Honda revealed its second fully electric vehicle, the e:Ny1, at its European Media Event in Offenbach, Germany. It is the brand’s second pure EV to arrive in the region, following on from the Honda e city car, and is designed to meet the growing customer demand for all-electric B-segment SUVs.

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Unsold Tesla Cars Piling Up In America, Australia, & Germany

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The post Unsold Tesla Cars Piling Up In America, Australia, & Germany appeared first on CleanTechnica. Reports from around the world are saying Tesla has a glut of unsold cars piling up with no firm plans for how to deal with the situation.

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Audi introduces R33 Blue Gasoline for factory fills in Germany

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Many new vehicles that leave the Audi plants in Germany are delivered with R33 fuel—a blend comprising one-third renewable components. However, Super E10 and diesel fuel with up to 7% biodiesel content (indicated by the symbol B7 at filling stations) are still the norm in Germany.

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EVs At 18.5% Share In Germany — Backsliding On The Transition

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share in Germany, down from 22.9% Share In Germany — Backsliding On The Transition appeared first on CleanTechnica. May saw plugin EVs at 18.5% in May 2023, in a continuing hangover from the unexpected incentive abandonment in late December. BEVs were down some 31% in YoY volume, while PHEVs were up 2%. continued] The post EVs At 18.5%

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Germany investing €8B+ in 62 large-scale hydrogen projects; “We are making Germany a hydrogen country”

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Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics (BMWi) and the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) selected 62 large-scale hydrogen projects this week, which are to be state-funded as part of a joint European hydrogen project (Important Project of Common European Interest, IPCEI). We are making Germany a hydrogen country.

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