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Woven City Project has started!

The groundbreaking ceremony for construction of Woven City officialy started that amazing project held by Toyota and Woven Planet Holdings. Woven City will start with 360 residents, mainly inventors and innovators with their families. The population will grow up to 2000 inhabitans focusing on human-centered approach to community development. The Project will bring new technology to life in an automated driving, personal mobility, robotics, zero emission hydrogen fuels and artificial intelligence areas. Amazing architecture and futuristic solutions are planned. There will be three types of streets in Woven City: one dedicated to automated driving, one to pedestrians, and one to pedestrians with personal mobility vehicles. There will also be one underground road used to transport goods.

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Hydrogen Powered Police Cars to be designed and built in Australia!

Australian government want to reactivate the huge car factories in Elizabeth City near Adelaide. This time the South Australian Car Valley would produce an all-electric, fuel cell hydrogen powered futuristic Police car based on SAE-A full sized SUV concept revealed last year. The Fuel Cell Car would be tailored to the needs of Police and Emergency Services around the world. Australian authorities want to use city existing production facilities and skilled workforce that used to work there for Holden, one of the biggest car component suppliers.

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General Motors will switch to All Electric LineUp in 2035!

The days of internal combusion engine are numbered. The World largest automaker, General Motors annouced that it will switch to all-electric lineup in year 2035. The move, one of the most ambitious in the auto industry, is a piece of a company plan to become carbon neutral by 2040. The company plans to spend almost …

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QUO VADIS HYDROGEN?

Interest in hydrogen is growing, with demand increasing rapidly. It is clear, that the next significant transformation in the energy transition will be based on the hydrogen economy. What if we could look even further ahead? How the hydrogen economy will look like 5 or 10 years from now? That's why we created Quo Vadis Hydrogen! The idea was quite simple. We invited TEN amazing personalities connected to Hydrogen World, and asked that selected group of people from all around the globe, about their personal PREDICTIONS and THOUGHTS about the FUTURE of HYDROGEN. What can we expect in the next years? Today, we gathered their answers, trying to look into the magic ball and reveal the mist of the future. We truly believe You will enjoy that story!

Fuel Cells • VEHICLES

Hydrogen Powered Police Cars to be designed and built in Australia!

Australian government want to reactivate the huge car factories in Elizabeth City near Adelaide. This time the South Australian Car Valley would produce an all-electric, fuel cell hydrogen powered futuristic Police car based on SAE-A full sized SUV concept revealed last year. The Fuel Cell Car would be tailored to the needs of Police and Emergency Services around the world. Australian authorities want to use city existing production facilities and skilled workforce that used to work there for Holden, one of the biggest car component suppliers.

Fuel Cells • VEHICLES

General Motors will switch to All Electric LineUp in 2035!

The days of internal combusion engine are numbered. The World largest automaker, General Motors annouced that it will switch to all-electric lineup in year 2035. The move, one of the most ambitious in the auto industry, is a piece of a company plan to become carbon neutral by 2040. The company plans to spend almost …

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Woven City Project has started!

The groundbreaking ceremony for construction of Woven City officialy started that amazing project held by Toyota and Woven Planet Holdings. Woven City will start with 360 residents, mainly inventors and innovators with their families. The population will grow up to 2000 inhabitans focusing on human-centered approach to community development. The Project will bring new technology to life in an automated driving, personal mobility, robotics, zero emission hydrogen fuels and artificial intelligence areas. Amazing architecture and futuristic solutions are planned. There will be three types of streets in Woven City: one dedicated to automated driving, one to pedestrians, and one to pedestrians with personal mobility vehicles. There will also be one underground road used to transport goods.

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Linde World Largest 24MW PEM Electrolyzer Plant will produce Green Hydrogen in Germany

Linde just announced it will build the world’s largest PEM Electrolyzer plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany. The new 24-megawatt electrolyzer will produce green hydrogen to supply Linde’s customers through existing pipeline network. Linde will distribute liquefied green hydrogen to refueling stations in the region. The green hydrogen produced there can fuel approx. …

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Deep Purple Hydrogen Project

TechnipFMC will lead a huge consortium with the biggest names in renewables business to construct and test a new offshore green hydrogen production system. The project is named Deep Purple and has been supported by Innovation Norway with 9 million Euros to continue developing advanced energy systems for offshore wind in combination with green hydrogen …

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