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ARENA CEO Darren Miller said BOCs project would demonstrate the production and use of renewable hydrogen in refuelling, and in existing gas production and supply chains.
EVC Chung's speech was followed by remarks from other Hydrogen Council members: Takeshi Uchiyamada, Chairman of Toyota and BenoTt Potier, Chairman and CEO of Air Liquide also representing the Hydrogen Council as co-chair.
'Developing countries would be the big winners from the move toward a hydrogen economy.
There are currently several different approaches regarding the form of the grid that is to distribute hydrogen. We will mention two of the basic methods, which have different approaches.
An advantage of using hydrogen is that it is one of the most abundant resources in the planet and a report from (https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/21/musk-calls-hydrogen-fuel-cells-stupid-but-tech-may-threaten-tesla.html) CNBC said that hydrogen-powered models actually exceed 300 miles of range on a full tank.
The president has recently stressed the importance of hydrogen as a new energy source, but Thursday's comments mark the first time he has made his administration's move toward a hydrogen economy official.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 21, 2017-HyperSolar announces renewable hydrogen from available commercial silicon solar cells
Meanwhile, experts taking part in Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week said the UAE and neighbouring GCC states have the potential to build a viable hydrogen economy thanks to their compact geography, surging supplies of solar energy and readily adapted infrastructure.
- Work to produce from 2022 hydrogen fuel cell cars whose major components are 100% locally made
"The overall efficiency of a hydrogen train is about a third that of an electric train, so on an intensively used railway it may be better to feed electricity directly into a train instead of using it to create hydrogen.
The Toyota Mirai is also a kind of electric car - but instead of a battery, it is powered by a Hydrogen fuel cell.