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Aberdeen students designing hydrogen vehicle for Shell eco-marathon

Students from the University of Aberdeen are designing a hydrogen-fuelled car as they prepare to compete against teams from around the world in Shell’s Eco-marathon.

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The challenge sees students design, build and test energy-efficient cars to see which vehicle can go furthest with the least fuel. Aberdeen’s Team ProtoAU has made it through several qualifying stages and will compete in the finals in London in July. Their 20-strong group of engineering and business students will now work on building a car to compete in the prototype class, which is being constructed in the university’s Fraser Noble building, home to the School of Engineering. FULL ARTICLE read more and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan

First hydrogen station opens in Esslingen, Germany

Norbert Barthle (Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport), Thomas Bystry (Project Manager Shell), Michael Reinhardt (Project Manager Air Liquide) and Sybille Riepe (H2 Mobility) at the opening in Wendlingen

By 15 February 2018

H2 Mobility Deutschland, Shell and Air Liquide today jointly opened the first hydrogen (H2) station in the district of Esslingen – the twelfth in Baden-Württemberg, taking another step towards a nationwide H2supply network in Germany. Owned and operated by the joint venture H2 Mobility, which is building a H2 infrastructure in Germany, the location is at the Shell petrol station Heinrich-Otto-Straße. Air Liquide is supplying the H2. FULL ARTICLE read more and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan

Shell collaborates with Oath to launch next phase of its “Make the Future” campaign

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 12 February 2018 – Today, Oath announces a global deal with Mediacom and Shell to take the energy brand’s “Make the Future” campaign into its next phase. The new phase brings the content of its “On Top of the World” music video to life through a crafted WebGL “Globe” activation, created by Oath’s RYOT Studio global solutions team in collaboration with UNIT9: allowing people to explore the five cleaner energy projects featured within the music video through its interactive design. read more and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan

Alternatives to Groningen gas are expensive, complex and politically sensitive

Printed below is an English translation of an article published by the Dutch Financial Times, Financieele Dagblad

Louis Hoeks Carel Grol • Economics & Politics: 25 JAN 2018

Since the earthquake at Zeerijp earlier this month everyone in politics The Hague agrees that the Netherlands should stop accelerating the use of Groningen gas. But good intentions come up against the unruly reality.

The five biggest obstacles in a row.

1. Gasless homes

Today the House is talking about a bill from Liesbeth van Tongeren (GroenLinks) to remove the obligation to connect new homes to the gas grid. The Cabinet also wants the gas connection obligation to be replaced by a heat law and that in 2021 approximately 50,000 new homes will be delivered by nature without natural gas.

However, those new houses are small beer. The pain is in the existing building: about 96% of the 7.7 million Dutch homes are currently dependent on gas for heating. There are no hard figures about the costs, says a spokesperson for Vereniging Eigen Huis. But it is certain that it will be a billion-dollar job. read more and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan

Shell and ITM power to build world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant in Germany

Tuesday 23 Jan 2018

Companies come together to develop large-scale hydrogen production project

The world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant is set to be built in Germany. The plant will be built at a refinery in Rhineland, Germany, by ITM Power, a leading developer of fuel cells, and Shell. The two companies will also be working with SINTEF, thinkstep, and Element Energy to develop the new electrolysis plant. The project has received some $10 million in funding from the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, adding onto another $10 million in investments the project had already attracted. read more and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan

Shift to Hydrogen Could Meet 20% of World Energy Needs by 2050

Shell, Statoil and BMW among companies urging support for fuel

Transition requires investment of up to $25 billion a year

The most abundant element may supply almost a fifth of global energy by 2050 and eliminate enough emissions to cancel out all the pollution in the U.S., according to a group of industrial companies from Royal Dutch Shell Plc to Toyota Motor Corp. FULL ARTICLE and its sister websites, and are all owned by John Donovan
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