Ineos and Hyundai strike hydrogen deal. Carmaker may buy fuel from chemicals group as shift away from petrol prompts drives new supply chains. Ineos is hoping the Grenadier, the company’s debut off-roader, will prove as popular as the Land Rover Defender.
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Hydrogen — it’s the alternative energy source that just won’t go away. We all agree it makes no sense as a power source for cars and light trucks but it may work just fine for freight haulers like heavy trucks and ocean going vessels. It also has potential for cleaning up emissions from big polluters such as steel and cement making.
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Siemens Mobility and Deutsche Bahn have started developing hydrogen-powered fuel cell trains and a filling station which will be trialled in 2024 with view to replace diesel engines on German local rail networks. The prototype, to be built by Siemens, is based on electric railcar Mireo Plus which will be equipped with fuel cells to turn hydrogen and oxygen into electricity on board, and with a battery, both companies said.
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