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Articles From The Engineer

I generally read articles from The Engineer once a week.

Here’s a few that are worth reading.

12th Feburuary 2023 – Hydrogen Ambulance Set For London

A project led by hydrogen fuel specialists ULEMCo is aiming to deliver the UK’s first zero emission hydrogen ambulance later this year

There is an interesting discussion, as to whether hydrogen or battery ambulances are better. Range and hotel power issues seem to favour hydrogen.

11th May 2023 – Bramble Energy Secures £12m For Hydrogen Bus

Bramble Energy has joined forces with Equipmake, Aeristech and Bath University to develop a new hydrogen double-deck bus integrating its printed circuit board fuel cell (PCBFC) technology

Bramble Energy can create bespoke fuel cell stacks in a ‘matter of days at scale and low-cost’.

12th May 2023 – Cornish Geothermal Project Leads Government Heat Scheme

The UK’s first deep geothermal heat network is one of seven new projects to receive funding as part of a new government programme to decarbonise buildings across England.

The full list of projects to receive support today via the Green Heat Networks Fund is detailed.

17th May 2023 – Ricardo Joins Pan-European Hydrogen Shipping Consortium

UK engineering firm Ricardo is set to play a key role in the sustainable HYdrogen powered Shipping (sHYpS) project being funded by the EU’s Horizon Europe programme.

One thing that is disclosed in the article,  is that Ricardo have a new 400kW hydrogen fuel cell test chamber at the company’s UK headquarters.



May 18, 2023 - Posted by | Energy, Hydrogen, Transport/Travel | , , , , , ,

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