Hydrogen-nytt

Furuen
NEL 26.01.2018 kl 09:53 21699

Report shows that the market for fuel cell vehicles is growing quickly

The market for fuel cell vehicles is set to see healthy growth, according to a report from Global Market Insights. The report predicts that the market will surpass 300,000 units sold by 2024. This growth is being powered by technological advances, which have helped make fuel cell vehicles more efficient and less expensive. Continued technological development may help these vehicles overcome their battery-powered counterparts, establishing a leading presence in the clean transportation space.

http://www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/report-highlights-the-future-growth-of-fuel-cell-vehicles/8533956/
Wanker
07.02.2018 kl 10:43 12392

Ballard og New Flyer har utviklet en 60-fots buss med rekkevidde på ca 300 miles som er under uttesting nå.
Når busselskapene tar disse og andre, nye FCV-busser i bruk, vil de kunne trenge sentrale fyllestasjoner av typen som NEL fikk for SunLine Transit Agency (~8 mill USD)

Og for de som har HEX på radaren: HEX har tidligere vært (er?) hoffleverandør av CNG-tanker til NF. Om de fortsatt er det, så får de kanskje også levere hydrogen-tanker?
Furuen
07.02.2018 kl 17:55 12231

Industry body created to support hydrogen expansion in Australia
Toyota, Hyundai among founding members of Hydrogen Mobility Australia

http://www.caradvice.com.au/619622/industry-body-created-to-support-hydrogen-expansion-in-australia/
Furuen
07.02.2018 kl 17:56 12221

Alstom’s Hydrogen Train Recognised in Europe 1 Mobility Awards
February 6, 2018 | France, Saint-Ouen
Alstom Coradia iLint H2 Train test in GermanyAlstom, a French engineering company focused on sustainable mobility, has been awarded the Mobility Trophy for Coradia iLint, its hydrogen train, in the context of the French leading radio Europe 1 Trophies of the Future. It is the world’s first low-floor passenger train powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which produces electrical power for traction.

http://www.ngvglobal.com/blog/alstoms-hydrogen-train-recognised-europe-1-mobility-awards-0206
Furuen
07.02.2018 kl 18:00 12203

Test drive: Kenworth’s hydrogen fuel cell T680

California Governor Jerry Brown wants 5 million zero-emission vehicles on state roads by 2030. By the end of next month, one of them will be shuffling around the ports of SoCal.

Kenworth’s hydrogen fuel cell Zero Emissions Cargo Transit (ZECT) T680 tractor, the fruit of a $7 million project between the Kirkland, Wash., truck-maker, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and Southern California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District, has been undergoing testing in the Seattle-area since December and will head off to Total Transportation Services and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in about six weeks.

https://www.ccjdigital.com/test-drive-kenworths-hydrogen-fuel-cell-t680/

Furuen
08.02.2018 kl 11:26 11875

HYDROGENINDUSTRI
Hydrogen-Norge samlet: – Rart at ingen fra regjeringen møter opp på en slik konferanse

Denne uken ble konferansen Norsk hydrogensymposium gjennomført i Tyssedal utenfor Odda, og på programmet sto en rekke norske hydrogenprosjekter, både i industriell og offentlig regi.

Foruten hydrogen innen veitransport ble blant annet maritime prosjekter, erstatning av kull i industrien, og hydrogenets plass i det grønne skiftet diskutert.

Mange norske aktører innen hydrogen var samlet her for å utveksle erfaringer.

Men Nils Johan Ystanes, som sitter i arrangørkomiteen og er HR- og kommunikasjonsannsvarlig ved Tizir, undrer seg over hvorfor ingen ministere fra regjeringen, eller andre rikspolitikere tok seg bryet med å ta turen til konferansen.

https://www.tu.no/artikler/hydrogen-norge-samlet-rart-at-ingen-fra-regjeringen-moter-opp-pa-en-slik-konferanse/429927
kreinh
09.02.2018 kl 12:00 11644

Kjempegod sammendrag om mulighetene for både produksjon og bruk av hydrogen!

https://radio.nrk.no/serie/her-og-naa-hovedsending/DMTN01002818/08-02-2018#t=4m21s
Tradinator
10.02.2018 kl 18:30 11538

Gode nyheter for Fuel Cell biler, ikke fullt så gode for Batteri biler i USA. Subsidier på gang. Trolig gunstig for Nikola denne. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/02/budget-deal-has-tax-credit-extensions-for-nuclear-fuel-cells-carbon-capture/?amp=1&__twitter_impression=true
10.02.2018 kl 18:50 11513

Tradinator,
Takk for deling.
Positive nyheter!

hærlig reportasje, bare å laste nel aksjer å sitte long,, hær vil mye poositivt komme






kreinh
11.02.2018 kl 11:06 8368

Dette kunne de godt latt vær:

"Non-hydrogen alternative fuel infrastructure also scored, as the new budget lets installers of infrastructure for alternative fuels like biodiesel and natural gas deduct 30 percent of the cost of installing the new pumps."
Framtia
11.02.2018 kl 22:54 7815

Hvor ble det av investerings beslutningen som skulle tas ila første kvartal 2017, angående oppstart av storskala hydrogenproduksjon i Glomfjord...?

http://energiteknikk.net/2016/09/glomfjord-kan-fa-hydrogenfabrikk
Furuen
12.02.2018 kl 10:49 7509

South Korea may accelerate the deployment of hydrogen fuel

International Hydrogen Energy Forum highlights South Korea as a major force in the hydrogen industry
The world’s first International Hydrogen Energy Forum has taken place in South Korea. Executives from large oil, energy, science, technology, and transportation organizations came together in Seoul recently to hold a strategic dialogue. The gathering was focused on finding ways to help the South Korean government accelerate the deployment of hydrogen fuel. South Korea could play a major role in expanding the use of hydrogen throughout the entire region.

http://www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/south-korea-may-accelerate-the-deployment-of-hydrogen-fuel/8534109/
Furuen
13.02.2018 kl 11:05 7021

- Vi har råvarene som skal til
Oppdalingen-For 18 timer siden
Øie sier at Rennebu og Berkåk både har beliggenheten og råvarene som trengs for å starte produksjon av hydrogen. Nå ønsker han å få TrønderEnergi med på laget. - Rennebu ligger sentralt til, og har masse vann og elektrisitet. Vi er jo en energikommune, sier han. Hydrogen er en energibærer, hvilket ...

Betalingsartikkel:
http://opdalingen.alda.no/bestillpluss?3&artRefId=16072497&aviskode=OPD&targetUrl=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.opdalingen.no%252F%253Fservice%253DpaywallRedirect%2526articleUrl%253Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.opdalingen.no%252Fnyheter%252Farticle16072497.ece
Furuen
13.02.2018 kl 11:07 7011

Hydrogen could see off fossil fuels

The surplus electricity from solar and wind power gives hydrogen the chance to replace oil and gas.
Hydrogen is the least talked-about renewable energy but has the greatest potential to replace fossil fuels, both to heat homes and to provide fuel for road transport.

The possibility of using hydrogen has been known about for generations, but only in the last two years has it become both practical and financially viable to see it as a large-scale competitor to both gas and oil. Networks of hydrogen filling stations are now being opened in Europe and parts of the US.

http://www.eco-business.com/news/hydrogen-could-see-off-fossil-fuels/

Følger med på Twitter og det er ingen tvil om at første melding innen maritim sektor i norge er svært nær. Det er gitt klarsignal for hurtigbåt på Hydrogen og her er det nærliggende at NEL er på banen. Det er uttalt satsningsområde i følge Løkke. Massivt marked som åpner seg de neste årene.
Lucky
13.02.2018 kl 14:09 6871

This new fuel cell could turbocharge renewable power

By Robert F. ServiceFeb. 12, 2018 , 1:20 PM

Fuel cells are far greener than gas-powered engines because they produce electricity without burning up the hydrogen (or other fuel) that powers them. But they’re often impractical on a commercial scale because they’re so much more expensive to make. Now, researchers report that by creating a fuel cell that can run at a midrange temperature, they’ve made an inexpensive, powerful version that could boost the prospects for plentiful green energy.

Most fuel cells run at temperatures too hot or too cool to make at a reasonable price. One class, the polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) cells that power cars and buses, run at about 100°C. Another class, the solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) that power backup generators for hospitals and other buildings, typically run at 1000°C. The lower temperature of PEM cells makes the essential chemical reactions sluggish, requiring the use of expensive metal catalysts, such as platinum, to speed them up. But the feverish temperatures of SOFCs means that even if they don’t need the pricy catalysts, they need to be built from expensive metal alloys that can handle the scorching operating temperatures.

So in recent years, fuel cell researchers have pursued a Goldilocks strategy, looking for midrange temperature fuel cells that operate at about 500°C. That’s warm enough for reactions to proceed quickly, but cool enough to allow them to be built from cheaper metals, such as stainless steel. Initially, scientists tried doing so with catalysts borrowed from SOFCs. The devices worked, but they generated just 200 milliwatts of power per square centimeter (mW/cm2) of electrode surface area, well behind the performance of PEM fuel cells and SOFCs. To make it commercially, such fuel cells would need to produce at least 500 mW/cm2, according to the U.S. Department of Energy .
Two teams have gotten close. One group, led by Ryan O’Hayre, a materials scientist at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, reported last year in Science that it had produced an intermediate temperature fuel cell capable of producing 455 mW/cm2. Another group, led by Ji-Won Son, a materials chemist with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology in Seoul, reported last year in Nature Communications that it got a similar result at the ideal operating temperature of 500°C.

Now, a group led by Sossina Haile, a chemical engineer at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, has crossed the goal line. Haile and her colleagues figured out that one key problem was occurring as soon as the reaction started. Both PEM fuel cells and SOFCs, like batteries, have two electrodes separated by an ion-conducting electrolyte. At one electrode, fuel molecules are broken apart and stripped of negatively charged electrons, which pass through an external circuit to a second electrode. Meanwhile, positively charged ions ripped from the fuel molecules travel through the electrolyte to the second electrode where they recombine with the traveling electrons.

Haile discovered that the connection point between the first electrode—called an anode—and the electrolyte was weak, blocking protons from zipping through to the second electrode, or cathode. So Haile and colleagues added a thin but dense layer of catalyst material atop the bulk of their anode catalyst, creating an easier transition for protons to move into the electrolyte. The researchers also tweaked the composition of their ceramic electrodes to make them more stable in the presence of steam and carbon dioxide. As they report today in Nature Energy their devices produced nearly 550 mW/cm2 at 500°C. They were stable for hundreds of hours of operation with few signs of degradation.

O’Hayre says the new work is “a great contribution,” and calls the performance “impressive.” But he notes that there are still a few issues that need to be solved before these devices are ready for market. For starters, the current cells are small, just a few centimeters in diameter. Researchers would need to find a way to make much larger versions, which could be tricky. That’s because the dense coating on the anode was formed by a technique called pulsed laser deposition, which is difficult to do large-scale on a commercial assembly line.

Another challenge, adds David Tew, a program manager at DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy in Washington, D.C., is that the all-ceramic electrodes and electrolyte are extremely brittle, which could make them less durable for use in real-world conditions.

Haile doesn’t disagree with those concerns. But she says her team’s advance should encourage researchers to solve those problems. If they do, intermediate range fuel cells could transform renewable energy, because they can also be used to convert electricity—say from a wind turbine—into hydrogen and other fuels for storage, and later turn them back into electricity. That would solve renewable energy’s biggest challenge: storing energy when the sun isn’t shining and the wind is still. That’s a combination that even Goldilocks might say could be just right for the future of fuel cells.

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/02/new-fuel-cell-could-turbocharge-renewable-power



Fin artikkel om at det satses tungt på hydrogen på Vestlandet. Flott for Nel at hydrogen kommer på kartet:
https://www.hydrogen.no/hva-skjer/aktuelt/sterkt-potensiale-for-hydrogen-pa-vestlandet-klart-etter-hydrogensymposium-i-odda

Ellers er dette en fin side om Hydrogen innen transport og Hydrogen generelt.
Bl.a . https://www.hydrogen.no/ressurser/ofte-stilte-sporsmal
03.03.2018 kl 16:12 5911

Meget interessant artikkel The broker.
Blir mer og mer overbevist om at hydrogen er framtidens energibærer!
03.03.2018 kl 17:24 5823

Keith Malone på Twitter

Hydrogen stations are being built in Vancouver, British Columbia and California, it's only a matter of time before we see H2 stations in Oregon and Washington. (link: http://ow.ly/ravp30iJ8tO) ow.ly/ravp30iJ8tO #driveH2 #fuelcell @cafcp
03.03.2018 kl 18:23 5700

Enig i at det alltid er et men. Selv mener jeg at før infrastrukturen er på plass vil en ikke se en boom av hydrogenbiler her til lands. Men kommer stasjonene så vil flere vurdere å kjøpe hydrogen bil.
For min del er det 30 mil til Bergen hvor nærmeste fyllestasjon er for min del og da sier det seg selv at en ikke kan kjøpe slik bil pr.nå. så inntil videre får jeg fortsette den kjedelige og daglige landingen.

Linken det vises til mener også at manglende infrastruktur er hovedårsaken:
Hovedutfordringen har utvilsomt vært få fyllestasjoner, i praksis har du bare kunnet fylle en hydrogenbil rundt Oslo. På toppen av det har en rekke av fyllestasjonene har de siste årene også blitt lagt ned.
Redigert 03.03.2018 kl 18:24 Du må logge inn for å svare

Infrastrukturen på hydrogen kommer
Jeg kjøper en FC MB når den kommer, men prisene bør reduseres med 30-40% ned fra dagens prisnivå. Det er kun to bilmerker som leverer FC pr idag. To kommuner kjører flere FC biler og de er meget tilfreds.
En felles FC plattform for mamge bilmerker, innebærer en kraftig prisnedgang. Vi vet at FC biler kommer for fullt. Med det mulig at maritim og tungtransport sektor kommer føre bilbransjen.
03.03.2018 kl 20:04 5603

Sjekk Facebook gruppen nå angående Australia??
Nå tror jeg vi nærmer oss svaret på Løkke og Simonsens q4 opptreden da de fikk spm. om Australia
Redigert 03.03.2018 kl 20:17 Du må logge inn for å svare

Herlig Rodjers.
Denne Nel hydrogen investores gruppen på face er meget bra ?
Australia blir en giga milliard kontrakt fra Yara til Nel, tror jeg.
Den blir tildelt til den heldige vinner i
Q1-2018. Viva Nel ?
Redigert 04.03.2018 kl 10:26 Du må logge inn for å svare
Wanker
03.03.2018 kl 21:48 5459

Hmm, kan du gi et lite hint?

Jeg har nemlig en liten hang-up: Jeg vil ikke være på Facebook eller andre siter under fullt navn.
Ikke er jeg et HO-troll, heller ikke pervo eller pedo, men hva jeg mener om ulike ting, og hva jeg liker/ikke liker, skal algoritmene ikke få vite.
Jeg hadde ikke hatt noen problemer med å identifisere meg overfor nettstedet med f.eks Bank-ID, så lenge jeg kan være anonym utad, men inntil videre har HO (dessverre) ikke krevet dette.

Znille, pliis et lite hint? :-) [Edit: Jeg har svart belte i Googling, så det trenger ikke være overtydelig!]
Redigert 03.03.2018 kl 21:49 Du må logge inn for å svare
Wanker
03.03.2018 kl 21:55 5438

Vedrørenda Pilbara, og for klovnene som spør hvor Styret og ledelsen er, så kan det være nyttig å se hvor langvarige disse prosessene kan være: YARA startet høsten 2016: http://yara.com/media/news_archive/sahara_forest_project_and_yara_in_pilbara.aspx

[Edit2: Dette er den nyeste artikkelen jeg i farta kan huske å ha sett:]
Hydrogen plant plan, Pilbara News 6 Dec 2017 Peter Long
Peter Long is the City of Karratha mayor.
"In what promises to be a fantastic boost to our local economy in the long term, Yara Pilbara intends to construct a renewable hydrogen plant at its ammonia production facility on the Burrup Peninsular.
.....
The proposal is for a pilot renewable hydrogen plant and is planned to be operating by 2019. If the pilot plant works as intended, Yara will scale it up for future ammonia production."
Redigert 03.03.2018 kl 22:11 Du må logge inn for å svare
03.03.2018 kl 22:05 5434

Sitter bare på mobil.
Skal logge meg på pc og se om jeg kan få over noe info
03.03.2018 kl 22:09 5436

https://www.gladstoneobserver.com.au/news/looking-ahead-leaders-weigh-in-on-gladstones-futur/3351430/

Merker meg denne:

An announcement is expected in the first quarter of 2018 regarding potentially Australia's largest solar farm at Aldoga and the interest in hydrogen power facilities.

https://www.dilgp.qld.gov.au/economic-development/development-projects/aldoga-renewable-energy-project.html

Har ikke tid nå å dobbeltsjekke(så kan være jeg tar feil i farten), men antar at slide nr 11 passer som hånd i hanske:

http://mb.cision.com/Public/115/2379303/b74658806ababf90.pdf
Redigert 03.03.2018 kl 22:17 Du må logge inn for å svare
Wanker
03.03.2018 kl 22:24 5389

Takk for info! Jeg tror Løkke tenker virkelig stort og at dette er den type prosjekter de gjerne vil ha. Får virkelig håpe de hanker inn et par store til, så gjør det ikke noe om ITM vinner småkontrakter her hjemme. Men skulle de få flere slike, må det jo nye emisjoner til, som Rischocheren og andre baisser med... Luksusproblem, tenker jeg.

Jeg tror imidlertid det er viktig å snart få en kontrakt som virkelig setter NEL på kartet i Australia - Siemens har allerede kommet på banen, om enn i litt mindre målestokk:
http://www.ammoniaenergy.org/tag/siemens/
https://fuelcellsworks.com/news/australias-first-hydrogen-demonstration-park-with-siemens-technology-to-be-built-in-adelaide
Lucky
03.03.2018 kl 22:53 5263

Rodjers.
Dette var supernyheter. Og ja det passer som hånd i hanske med Q4 presentasjonen ☺
Vi går no en meget spennende tid i møte. Jeg tør påstå at NEL er favoritten og muligens de eneste som kan klare å levere et slikt giga anlegg med sin ledende teknologi på området, samt på pris på det nåværende tidspunkt.
Når dette blir kjent for investorer rundt om, så må det føre til et veldig løft for aksjekursen, fordi dette er store greier... ☺ Vi krysser fingrene på at denne kontrakten går til NEL ?
03.03.2018 kl 23:58 5245

Lucky,
Tror du har rett i at det nok ikke er mange konkurrenter til et prosjekt av denne størrelsen.