What a week it has been in the world of saving, well, our world! From the global climate change protests of a bold new generation on Friday 20th September to some pointed and pertinent messages from Greta the Galvaniser across that weekend and, of course, the event that it was all building up to – last week’s UN Climate Action Summit in New York.
It couldn’t have been a more pointed week for environmental action. Fridays for Future demonstrations were also held in cities across the globe, from Montreal and Vancouver (Canada) to Rome and Venice (Italy) and Wellington (New Zealand). Such protests were also held in Finland, India, South Korea and Spain, and beyond.
We even saw another major step forward for hydrogen with the second Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting in Tokyo, Japan, where more than 30 countries were represented as ministers and delegates responsible for the coordination of hydrogen energy policy within their respective countries met to discuss strategies for cooperation toward the development of hydrogen energy. The gathering saw the reaffirmation that hydrogen can be a key contributor to clean, safe and affordable energy for the future.
And we published a story last week that very rapidly caught the attention of thousands of readers around the world, with over 3,000 hits in just 36 hours. That story was of the first look at the fuel cell electric truck that will revolutionise the green hydrogen mobility ecosystem in Switzerland, a big reveal from Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility, the joint venture between Hyundai Motor Company and Swiss hydrogen company H2 Energy. The venture which will bring 1,600 of these heavy-duty Hyundai H2 Xcient fuel cell trucks to the market over the next five years.
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