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Issue H2 View – Issue #24

Global transport produced approximately 7.3 billion metric tons of CO2 emissions in 2020, according to Statista. Medium and heavy-duty trucks accounted for 22% of those emissions, making them the secondlargest polluters after passenger cars (41%),...


Issue H2 View – Issue #23

If you hadn’t already guessed it from the cover, our first edition of 2022 takes an in depth look at how hydrogen could power our homes in the future. Natural gas has traditionally heated the...


Issue H2 View – Issue #22

With hydrogen becoming a hopeful candidate for decarbonisation, it is essential that its storage and distribution is as efficient as possible. To accommodate any societal reliance on hydrogen, the challenges of large-scale storage and distribution...



Issue H2 View – Issue #21

Welcome to the November issue of H2 View and our penultimate magazine of 2021. What a year 2021 has been for hydrogen – and we’ve still got two months to go! The past 10 months...


Issue H2 View – Issue #20

We couldn’t have picked a better month to look at hydrogen mobility in the US; as I write these words it’s the seventh annual National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day. Created to raise awareness of...



Issue H2 View – Issue #19

A compressor is essentially the heart of a hydrogen refuelling station and makes the infrastructure come to life. Station developers simply could not dispense a product without compressors and associated technologies. Enabling fast refuelling of...


Issue H2 View – Issue #18

For the smallest and flattest continent in the world, Oceania could have the biggest opportunity when it comes to hydrogen. A region with plentiful renewable energy resources and well-connected infrastructure, it is also in close...



Issue H2 View – Issue #17

Welcome to the July issue of H2 View magazine. July is a special month for us at H2 View as we celebrate our second anniversary and two years of being your home for hydrogen! In...


Issue H2 View – Issue #16

Widely understood to be one of the key building blocks of the green hydrogen-based society, even cited as such by the International Energy Agency (IEA), electrolysers offer a way to produce clean hydrogen from low-carbon...


Issue H2 View – Issue #15

Hydrogen made with wind and solar electricity has a long history of promising a pathway to a global clean energy economy yet failing to deliver. The high costs of these renewable power sources have hindered...


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