Our weekly 'Follow-up' offers a sequel to the best-read article of that week. Today, a look back on our best-read stories of 2020.
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An interdisciplinary team of scientists from Jena and Ulm, Germany, is working on a new method to produce hydrogen using light and organic chemical-based photoactive compounds.
The German federal state of Brandenburg is becoming more and more a center for sustainable energy.
For the first time in the history of skiing, there will be no diesel cloud hanging above the slopes this Sunday before the start of the World Cup. All thanks to a snow groomer that runs on hydrogen.
Truck manufacturers Daimler, Iveco and Volvo and energy companies Shell and OMV want to bring about a breakthrough for the hydrogen truck by adopting a joint approach.
'Better batteries and fast chargers will overtake the advantages of driving on hydrogen"
British and Chinese scientists have modified algae cells so that they produce hydrogen rather than oxygen through photosynthesis when exposed to daylight.
Hydrogen cars are dying a slow death in Europe. Althpugh expectations remain high for trucks, buses, trains, ships and airplanes.
'Een van de belangrijkste aspecten van dit onderzoek, is dat er met waterstof gevlogen wordt, dat wereldwijd gezien wordt als een van de belangrijkste kanshebbers voor duurzame luchtvaart'
"We want to demonstrate that this technology is playing a pioneering role in the transition to alternative energy sources"
Airbus and Volvo advocate the development of green hydrogen technology to power trucks and aircraft engines at the European Commission.
Each week here we present a follow-up to one of our well read stories. This week we take a look at how the plans for hydrogen technology are gradually shaping up.
Hydrogen is becoming an important energy carrier in the circular economy. Scientist Fausto Gallucci creates a reactor to make more sustainable hydrogen.
Researchers at Frankfurt UAS are developing a 'smart hydrogen tank', which should make it possible to install it in home cellars or garages.
A new pyrolysis process makes it possible to produce hydrogen and carbon from natural gas. Carbon is a by-product of the process. This makes the hydrogen that is produced emission-free.
An international research team has developed an electrocatalyst for hydrogen fuel cells that does not require carbon carriers and is therefore much more stable.
In this weekly section we give a sequel to our best-read stories. This week: while the hydrogen debate is increasingly taking the form of a conflict of beliefs, the developments continue
"The problems on the grid are slowing down the energy transition."
A scientist at the German Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM has developed a new type of coating to protect steel from hydrogen permeation.
On June 3, 2020, the German government decided to increase the subsidy for e-vehicles as part of a corona economic stimulus package. Purchasers of electric […]