Hydrogen - Fuel of the future?



Hydrogen: a fuel of the future? :


https://omny.fm/shows/the-energy-podcast/hydrogen-a-fuel-of-the-future


Her er utfordringene og mulighetene Norge har med hydrogen :
https://www.tu.no/artikler/her-er-utfordringene-og-mulighetene-norge-har-med-hydrogen/464879


75% av universets masse er hydrogen . Hydrogen er det som driver solen og solen driver igjen jorden.
Batterier har sine begrensninger og dekarbonisering krever alle muligheter inkl Hydrogen.

Hydrogen er utrolig allsidig og kan brukes, så å si, i alle energisystemer.


"Hydrogen vil bli en viktig energibærer i fremtidens transport. Markedsintroduksjonen av brenselceller vil gi økt etterspørsel etter hydrogen, noe Norge bør utnytte til å bli en storleverandør av hydrogen og hydrogenteknologi." :

https://bellona.no/nyheter/energi/2006-01-hydrogen-som-energibaerer-2
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Nanoq
15.05.2019 kl 10:28 1885

Det skjer mye forskning og utvikling innenfor hydrogen for tiden. I USA er et forskningprosjekt med flytende hydrogen (cryogenically-liquified hydrogen fuel) for flybrennstoff på gang i NASA-regi..

14th May 2019

NASA funded scientists are working on an environmentally friendly electric plane that's powered by cryogenically-liquified hydrogen fuel.

NASA creating world’s first all-electric airplanes powered by ‘holy grail’ frozen hydrogen fuel to save Earth from eco-disaster

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/9071174/nasa-electric-airplanes-powered-by-hydrogen/
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AksjeRik
15.05.2019 kl 10:40 1824

Ja jeg leste om det gjennom Twitter.

Hybrit har fått pris for omstilling i stålindustrien..

"HYBRIT prisas för ”mod och tempo” av Naturvårdsverket. Martin Pei, ordförande i HYBRIT tog emot priset i Karlskrona. ”Det krävs mod, innovation och snabbhet att ställa om stålindustrin" @SSAB_AB @LKABgroup @VattenfallGroup @hybrit_project @naturvardsverk @Energi_mynd #fossilfree https://t.co/d1NH3KtvIL
https://twitter.com/hybrit_project/status/1128414615279267841?s=19
AksjeRik
15.05.2019 kl 10:41 1811

"Når NASA klarer å ta oss til månen på hydrogen, så klarer de vel Oslo-Trondheim, og sikkert Oslo-Sydney også. Utslippsfrie fly, inkl store og for lengre distanser, kommer (etter hvert)..." https://t.co/DoiI9Cj9fa
AksjeRik
15.05.2019 kl 10:53 1767

It’s clean, powerful and available: Are you ready for hydrogen energy?

https://www.eco-business.com/opinion/its-clean-powerful-and-available-are-you-ready-for-hydrogen-energy/


Asian Development Bank’s Yongping Zhai discusses how renewable energy, such as hydropower, could be key to helping developing countries unlock the potential of hydrogen.
hydro plant lao pdr
The Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Plant in Lao PDR. Image: Asian Development Bank, CC BY-SA 2.0 via IFPRI Flickr

By Yongping Zhai
Tuesday 14 May 2019
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As the world responds to the challenges of climate change, energy systems are evolving, and evolving fast. The past 10 years have seen the rise (and dramatic cost reduction) of renewable energy such as wind and solar, to the extent that they are no longer considered alternative energy. They have become mainstream energy sources. Now, what will be the “next big thing” as the world shifts to a low carbon future?

So far, indications point towards hydrogen energy.

Developing countries would be the big winners from a “hydrogen economy”
The world needs pioneers who are willing to take the lead and bear the cost of “first movers” for hydrogen energy, just like Germany did for solar photovoltaic technology. In Japan, as part of its “3E+S” (energy security, economic efficiency and environmental protection, plus safety) energy policy, the government formulated the world’s first 21st century hydrogen strategy in December 2017, with the aim of establishing a “hydrogen economy” by 2050.

The hydrogen economy is premised on the use of hydrogen as a fuel, particularly for electricity production and hydrogen vehicles; and using hydrogen for long-term energy storage and for the long-distance transportation of low-carbon energy. The key to achieving such a hydrogen economy is to bring the cost of hydrogen down from more than $10 per kg to about $2 per kg, which would then be competitive with natural gas.

Developing countries would be the big winners from the move toward a hydrogen economy. First, on the supply side, developing countries could tap their renewable energy resources to produce hydrogen and export it to other countries, as is already done with liquefied natural gas.

Developing countries could tap their renewable energy resources to produce hydrogen and export it to other countries, as is already done with liquefied natural gas.

https://www.eco-business.com/opinion/its-clean-powerful-and-available-are-you-ready-for-hydrogen-energy/
AksjeRik
16.05.2019 kl 07:10 1322

Kina har skjønt det..

"FREMTIDENS KJØRETØY

Kina vil sette i gang med å utvikle landets hydrogen- og brenselcellebil-industri. Det sa en statsansatt tirsdag, ifølge Reuters.
– Brenselcellekjøretøy som bruker hydrogen og rene elektriske kjøretøy med litium-batterier er viktige tekniske retninger for nye kjøretøy, sa Huang Libin, talsperson for industri- og IT-departementet i Kina.

Han sa at rene elbiler passer bedre for kortdistansekjøring i byer, mens hydrogenbiler er bedre egnet for lengre distanser og kommersielle kjøretøy.

– Vi tror at hydrogenbiler og helektriske vil eksistere sammen og utfylle hverandre, uttalte Libin.

Kina er verdens største bilmarked "

https://min.e24.no/a/lAKXq7
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AksjeRik
16.05.2019 kl 08:23 1018

The role of hydrogen is crucial and recognised by @Energy4Europe as the main storage medium for renewable energies", says @vbouillon strategic hydrogen leader at @michelin and @H2Europe president. "It also means that hydrogen has a key role to play in terms of mobility” https://t.co/GwMmPKlzq3

https://twitter.com/EVS32_/status/1128690490663211008?s=19
Furuen
16.05.2019 kl 09:28 685

Fra Twitter:

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@H2Europe
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