hydrogen

Seize hydrogen opportunities or lose out, industry rally to warn government

 
Members of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) are descending on parliament this September with a rally calling for the government to speed up the development of an effective hydrogen transport strategy. The association, which re…

ScottishPower hydrogen plant at Felixstowe Port could power 1,300 trucks a day from 2026

 
ScottishPower is planning to build a £150m green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe which will be able to power trucks, trains and ships. The energy company is proposing to develop a 100MW plant at the Suffolk port which will provide up to…

Electra appoints Solomon to partner on UK’s first zero-emission refrigerated fuel cell electric vehicle

 
Temperature-controlled rigids manufacturer Solomon Commercials has partnered with Electra Commercial Vehicles to deliver a 19-tonne hydrogen-powered truck which is the first of its kind to go into operation. The Electra eCargo fuel cell electric…

Partnership reveals design of UK’s first public HGV hydrogen refuelling stations

 
Green hydrogen refuelling station provider Element 2 has revealed the futuristic design of the UK’s first two public HGV hydrogen refuelling stations which will be built at Exelby Services’ Coneygarth site on the A1(M) near Northallerton and at …

Green hydrogen key to net-zero challenge but transport sector faces toughest ever times, FORS delegates warned

 
Former transport minister for London Steven Norris (pictured) has told operators that green hydrogen is key to the industry’s drive towards zero-emission vehicles but that the government’s target for HGVs is “likely to be altered”. In a wide-ran…