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Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Answers to common queries about fuel cells
Leading experts explain to Mike Brezonick why they are so positive about the future of fuel cells and answer some of the most asked questions.
Scottish Power submits green hydrogen plans
Energy provider applies for planning consent to build UK’s largest green hydrogen electrolyser near Glasgow, Scotland
BNSF, Wabtec commence battery-electric locomotive pilot test
As BNSF seeks ways to further reduce its environmental impact, the advancement of battery technology offers some possible solutions, the company said
Capstone Turbine Names Flexon Board Chair
Company cites ‘potential green industrial revolution’ under Biden administration
Rolls-Royce Battery Technology At Costa Rica Facility
Rolls-Royce has provided the technology required for textile company Proquinal in Alajuela to successfully commission the largest integrated energy system in Costa
Synthetic Alternative To HFO Announced
Quadrise Fuels International has developed a synthetic alternative to heavy fuel oil (HFO) with what it calls significantly reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
GE Calls For ‘Urgent’ Climate Action
Urging a “decade of action” to help stem climate change, GE is calling on the energy sector to move more quickly toward
PrimeServ Retrofitting SCR System For German Cruise Ship
MAN PrimeServ Augsburg has developed a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) solution that will be retrofitted aboard the cruise ship MS Amadea. Also
Siemens Equipping India’s First Fleet Of Electric Boats
Siemens Energy will provide advanced marine solutions for India’s first fleet of 23 boats to be equipped with electric propulsion drive trains
ABB, Talga Exploring Major Battery Anode Project
ABB and battery anode and graphene additive company Talga Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop Talga’s Vittangi
Siemens, Duke Energy, Clemson Studying Hydrogen Use
Entities to evaluate multiple forms of hydrogen production
Methanol-powered Tanker Gets Design Approval
A coalition of maritime companies has collaborated on a Joint Industry Project to enable product tanker charterers and shipowners to utilize methanol
Waterfront Shipping Adds 8 Methanol Dual-fuel Vessels
Waterfront Shipping, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Methanex Corp., has added eight new methanol dual-fuel vessels to its fleet as part of the
INNIO In Large-Scale Hydrogen Field Test
INNIO and German energy service provider HanseWerk AG say they have begun testing the world’s first 1 MW gas engine to run
MAN Lands More Orders For LPG Engines
Up to six LPG carriers under contract
Power Plant Sets 100% Hydrogen Goal For Turbines
German facility installing two Siemens Energy gas turbine packages
Wärtsilä Supplying Two New Ferries
Wärtsilä will supply engines and related emissions control after-treatment systems for two new passenger ferries being built for operation between Switzerland and
Progress Rail Electric Locomotive In Demonstration Project
New EMD Joule battery electric will operate in the ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach
Cummins Plans New Hydrogen Facility In Germany
Plant will assemble fuel cells for Alstom’s hydrogen trains
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