Honda to debut Class 8 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Truck Concept at ACT Expo 2024

Honda will debut a Class 8 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Truck Concept at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo on May 20, showcasing the start of a new demonstration project aimed at future production of fuel cell powered products for the North American market. Honda is seeking new business collaborations as the company expands its hydrogen […]

Novuna tasked with delivering hydrogen hub for HGVs

One of the UK’s largest fleet leasing providers and advocate for zero-emission vehicles, Novuna Vehicle Solutions, has been awarded funding of more than £2.1 million as part of the Tees Valley Hydrogen Vehicle Ecosystem (HYVE) Consortium, which will showcase the first large-scale deployment of fuel cell electric HGVs in the UK. The £7 million project, […]

North East gets new funding for hydrogen transport

The Government says airports and supermarket deliveries could become greener and more efficient, thanks to an £8 million competition to support hydrogen-powered transport in the North East, grow the economy and create jobs. The Transport Secretary hasannounced two winning projects of the second phase of the competition, encouraging more businesses and innovators to develop new […]

National Highways to use hydrogen powered construction machinery

National Highways has launched one of the UK’s largest ever purchases of low-carbon hydrogen, in a move that would reduce the carbon footprint of the Lower Thames Crossing, accelerate the construction industry’s shift away from diesel, and kick start the highly anticipated development of a hydrogen ecosystem in the Thames Estuary with the potential to […]

National Highways seeks hydrogen supplier for Lower Thames Crossing project

National Highways has announced the procurement of a contract to supply low carbon hydrogen for the construction of the Lower Thames Crossing. In a procurement document, National Highways says the LTC is dedicated to achieving the lowest carbon solution to deliver the works and that the scope of this procurement requires supply of an estimated […]

Hydrologiq and Costain collaborate to trial hydrogen-powered generator on the Preston Western Distributor Road  

Lancashire County Council’s delivery partner, Costain, and hydrogen industry start-up, Hydrologiq, have successfully trialled the use of a hydrogen-powered fuel cell generator at the Preston Western Distributor Road project’s M55 compound.    The trial is the first for Lancashire County Council in line with its carbon reduction ambitions and demonstrated carbon savings from onsite operations of between […]

Tees Valley Hydrogen Hub boosted by £20 million competition

Tees Valley will host a new £20 million competition, where successful bidders will push the boundaries of hydrogen to see how it can be used to create a cleaner and more efficient transport sector. The Government says hydrogen, which produces no carbon emissions when used as a fuel, has an “abundance of potential yet to […]

<strong>Kier Highways trials Hydrogen powered generator on its Windy Harbour project</strong>

Kier Highways is trialling an innovative, hydrogen-powered fuel cell at its National Highways A585 Windy Harbour to Skippool site in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire. The project is in collaboration with Hydrologiq and is the first hydrogen 110kVA generator deployment undertaken by Kier Highways. This government-supported deployment aims to uncover the practical challenges of replacing diesel with hydrogen […]

Scottish report defines zero emission energy requirements for transport

The Scottish Government has published a new report on the renewable energy requirements projected to be needed for the transport sector between now and 2045. It says the key finding from the report is that the amount of electricity and hydrogen the transport system is expected to need is well within the limits of what […]

TRL demonstrates hydrogen-powered ship solution

A consortium of partners led by TRL and part-funded by Innovate UK has announced the UK’s first demonstration of zero-emission marine technology in the Tees Valley as an example of how the freight sector could use hydrogen technology to decarbonise. In a bid to show the path available for the maritime sector to decarbonise, the […]


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