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.
The University of Manchester and the University of Warwick demonstrated that graphene is permeable to protons, making it a potential sustainable alternative to expensive catalysts currently used in green hydrogen production.
ZeroAvia today developed the world’s first high-performance compressor for 900kW hydrogen fuel cell-powered aviation propulsion systems, including the company’s first ZA600 hydrogen-electric powertrain.
Hydrogen Vehicle Systems unveiled five-point plan outlining the steps required to accelerate the widespread adoption of hydrogen-powered HGVs, to help advance the hydrogen industry, decarbonize the goods delivery sector, and support UK net-zero goals.