The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management invests $6.4 million in university projects that will develop materials and components to improve hydrogen turbine technology.
H2FLY’s hydrogen aircraft (‘HY4’) completed four piloted flight tests. Results showed that liquid hydrogen doubled the range of the HY4 (compared to using gaseous hydrogen), marking a critical step towards long-range, emissions-free commercial flights.
The BMW iX5 Hydrogen completed hot-weather testing in UAE, which demonstrated strong performance in temperatures up to 45°C (113°F), as well as sand and dust, varying gradients, and humidity fluctuations.
SEA-KIT won ZEVI funding to design a hydrogen vessel, known as the Zero Emissions Ports Hydrogen Refilling Survey Vessel (ZEPHR). Funding will also help develop green hydrogen infrastructure and a hydrogen refilling station.