2018 Asian Games to demonstrate a hydrogen-enabled zero-emission transport future

Ecubes Arcola, working with Imperial College, is demonstrating hydrogen-powered vehicles at the 2018 Asian Games, being held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18th August–2nd September 2019. Supported by Imperial College, Arcola will also be running a week-long education roadshow in Indonesian cities, providing hands-on technology workshops for over 1,000 young people in South Sumatra &…

Shell’s Energy Transition Report & Sky Scenario

Shell has released their third Scenario ‘Sky’ on 26th March 2018, in addition to their two ‘Mountains’ and ‘Oceans’ scenarios. Sky includes some important messages about hydrogen transport and the potential role of cities in delivering this transformation: Success: New energy systems emerge. Onshore and offshore hydrogen electrolysis systems also begin to emerge around the world…

The Royal Society Policy Briefing: Options for producing low-carbon hydrogen at scale

“Using Hydrogen as an energy carrier has the potential to play a significant role in tackling climate change and poor air quality.” The Royal Society, through a consultation with the academic community and industry and an analysis of the published evidence, has produced a new policy briefing which looks at the existing and emerging technologies used…