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JLH2 schreef op 31 augustus 2022 15:15:
fonds van L&G is minder gespreid en grotere bedrijven, Isatis heeft ook veel hydrogen small caps in portefeuille, meer focus op green energy en momenteel iets betere performance
BAM: eerste bouwmachine met waterstofverbrandingsmotor
ANP Producties - Gisteren om 18:43 © ANP BUNNIK (ANP) - Bouwbedrijf BAM en leverancier van energiesystemen Koninklijke Van Twist zijn erin geslaagd een op diesel aangedreven asfaltspreidmachine om te bouwen naar een machine met een waterstofverbrandingsmotor. Volgens de bedrijven is het de eerste machine in de bouw die op een waterstofverbrandingsmotor draait. De inzet van de duurzame machine zorgt voor een besparing van zo'n 150 liter diesel per draaidag van acht uur. Dit komt volgens de bedrijven neer op een reductie van ruim 80.420 kilogram CO2 per jaar, waarbij er nagenoeg geen uitstoot van stikstofdioxide is. De waterstoftank kan naar eigen zeggen in tien tot vijftien minuten worden bijgevuld. De asfaltspreidmachine kan draaien op elke kwaliteit waterstof. Met het bouwen van de machine willen de bedrijven naar eigen zeggen "een bijdrage leveren aan het reduceren van stikstofuitstoot in Nederland". BAM kon niet direct zeggen of de waterstof die het als brandstof voor de machine gaat gebruiken, op duurzame wijze wordt opgewekt. Waterstof wordt gewonnen in een energie-intensief proces dat elektrolyse heet. Als daar alleen duurzame energie voor wordt gebruikt, wordt waterstof 'groen' genoemd. Bij gebruik van met kolen of gas opgewekte stroom heet de waterstof 'grijs'. Bij het gebruik van fossiele brandstoffen waarbij de CO2-uitstoot wordt afgevangen, wordt de waterstof 'blauw' genoemd.
US DOE Grant to Advance Hydrogen Technologies
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am The US Department of Energy has announced USD 40 million in funding to advance the development and deployment of clean hydrogen technologies. To further decarbonize the grid, DOE is also launching a USD 20 million university research consortium to help states and Tribal communities successfully implement grid resilience programs and achieve decarbonization goals. By lowering the costs of clean hydrogen and leveraging industry investments in clean technologies, DOE is making significant strides towards President Biden’s goal of a net-zero carbon economy by 2050 that prioritizes historically disadvantaged communities. This funding opportunity will advance DOE’s Hydrogen Shot goal of reducing the cost of clean hydrogen to 1 dollar per 1 kilogram in 1 decade, 1 1 1, while supporting DOE’s H2@Scale initiative, which aims to advance the affordable production, transport, storage, and utilization of clean hydrogen to enable decarbonization and revenue opportunities across multiple sectors. Topic areas include projects that will develop technologies for solar fuels created by harvesting sunlight, improve hydrogen-emissions detection and monitoring, demonstrate higher-density and lower-pressure hydrogen storage technologies, and lower the costs and enhance the durability of hydrogen fuel cells for medium- and heavy-duty transportation applications. DOE envisions multiple financial assistance awards in the form of cooperative agreements, with the period of performance being approximately two to four years. DOE encourages applicant teams that include stakeholders within academia, industry, and national laboratories across multiple technical disciplines. Teams are also encouraged to include representation from diverse entities such as minority-serving institutions or through linkages with Opportunity Zones. The Hydrogen Shot and University Research Consortium Grid Resilience FOA will also provide three-year funding for a regionally diverse university consortium focused on developing a decarbonized and more resilient electrical power system in coordination with universities in Mexico and Canada. This North American consortium will be critical to addressing cross-border grid dependencies and electrical interconnections throughout region. The application process for both the clean hydrogen FOA and University Consortium funding will include two phases: a concept paper and a full application. Concept papers are due on September 23, 2022, and full applications are due on December 1, 2022.
ABB & Hydrogen Optimized Expand Hydrogen Partnership
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am ABB and Canadian technology innovator unlocking green hydrogen production at scale Hydrogen Optimized have signed an agreement to expand the companies’ existing strategic relationship. This includes an investment by ABB into Key DH Technologies, the parent company of Hydrogen Optimized, as they seek to accelerate the fast-emerging green hydrogen production segment with unique large-scale architecture. The financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The companies will leverage their respective capabilities and resources to rapidly commercialize Hydrogen Optimized’s patented RuggedCell high-power water electrolysis technology for the world’s largest green hydrogen plants. Water electrolysis is the process of applying electrical energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. RuggedCell™ technology converts renewable electricity such as hydro, solar and wind power into green hydrogen for industry. The signing follows the two companies’ showcase of their green hydrogen technologies at the August 23, 2022 German-Canadian Atlantic Renewable Hydrogen Expo in Stephenville, Newfoundland, which was attended by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Hydrogen produced with low-to-zero carbon dioxide emissions is widely recognized as essential to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.
SoCalGas Breaks Ground for Hydrogen Project for Buses
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am SoCalGas has recently begun construction of a first-of-its-kind advanced hydrogen generation system at SunLine Transit Agency in Thousand Palms in California. The project, called H2 SilverSTARS, will produce hydrogen from renewable natural gas and help fuel SunLine’s fleet of 17 hydrogen fuel cell electric buses. At scale, this demonstration project could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate California’s climate and clean air goals by providing clean hydrogen at any location adjacent to a natural gas pipeline. The demonstration will test STARS’ technology, which was developed at the Pacific Northwest National Lab. The technology uses a combustion free process, so that it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions compared to a conventional steam methane reforming process. Since the compact system is based on low-cost 12x1-inch, 3D-printed reactor disks and heat exchangers, it can be easily installed at fueling stations to help meet the demand while advancing climate and clean air goals. After its installation, the first STARS system will produce up to 80 kilograms of clean hydrogen a day, that’s enough to fuel three of SunLine’s zero-emission buses per day.
ClearSign Technologie Sells Oxidizer to Canadian Hydrogen Producer
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am ClearSign Technologies has announced the sale of a ClearSign Core enclosed oxidizer for installation in a pilot scale hydrogen production plant. The Canadian customer is developing a breakthrough technology for the production of clean hydrogen. ClearSign Technologies designs and develops products and technologies for the purpose of improving key performance characteristics of industrial and commercial systems, including operational performance, energy efficiency, emission reduction, safety and overall cost-effectiveness. Its patented technologies, embedded in established OEM products as ClearSign Core and ClearSign Eye and other sensing configurations, enhance the performance of combustion systems and fuel safety systems in a broad range of markets, including the energy (upstream oil production and down-stream refining), commercial/industrial boiler, chemical, petrochemical, transport and power industries.
L&T Opens Green Hydrogen Plant at Hazira Complex
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Larsen & Toubro has commissioned a Green Hydrogen Plant at its AM Naik Heavy Engineering Complex in Hazira in Gujarat and the production of green hydrogen based on an alkaline electrolysis process has begun. The plant will produce 45 Kg of hydrogen daily, which will be used for captive consumption in the company’s Hazira manufacturing complex. The Green Hydrogen Plant is designed for an electrolyser capacity of 800 kW comprising both Alkaline (380 kW) and PEM (420 kW) technologies and will be powered by a rooftop solar plant of 990kW peak DC capacity and a 500kWh Battery Energy Storage System. As part of the first phase of the project 380 kW Alkaline electrolyser has been installed, while the 420 kW PEM electrolyser along with solar plant capacity augmentation to 1.6 MW peak DC, will be part of future expansion. The plant is spread across 3000 square meters, and the first phase of the project has been installed, tested, and commissioned. The scope involves the generation of high purity Green Hydrogen (99.99%) and Oxygen, and their captive consumption in the manufacturing shops. A blend of 15% Hydrogen with Natural Gas will be used as a fuel, and oxygen will supplement the existing usage in cutting and welding applications. To ensure safe operation and production, the plant design incorporates both active and passive safety systems and will be operated through state-of-the-art control systems with remote monitoring functionality. In addition, an integrated data analytics platform designed by L&T will provide insights into the performance of the electrolysers and the overall plant.
Plug & Amazon Sign Green Hydrogen Agreement
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy Plug Power has signed a hydrogen supply deal with Amazon to provide liquid green hydrogen starting in 2025 to help decarbonize Amazon’s operations as part of its commitment to be net-zero carbon by 2040. The green hydrogen supply deal is a continuation of joint efforts between Amazon and Plug to expand the applications of green hydrogen beyond material handling. Since 2016, Plug has helped Amazon to deploy more than 15,000 fuel cells to replace batteries in forklifts across 70 distribution centers. Specifically, Amazon and Plug have signed a deal for Plug to supply 10,950 tons per year of liquid green hydrogen to fuel Amazon operations. Using Plug’s electrolyzers, liquefaction capabilities and cryogenic tankers, Plug will deliver hydrogen to Amazon beginning Jan. 1, 2025. This deal with Amazon marks a growth opportunity for Plug and is expected to help the company toward its 2025 USD 3 billion revenue goal. This deal attests to Plug’s strategy to build an end-to-end green hydrogen ecosystem and provide integrated hydrogen solutions for its global customers.
Shell India & Ohmium Join Hands for Hydrogen Energy Solutions
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Designer, manufacturer and deployer of PEM Electrolyzers Ohmium International is collaborating with Shell India to evaluate hydrogen applications, markets, and project opportunities in India and globally. As part of the collaboration, both parties have intent to launch joint working groups to assess opportunities from the technical, commercial and safety perspectives. Ohmium’s unique interlocking modular PEM electrolyzers provide a safer, modular, flexible, easy to install and maintain alternative to customized electrolyzers. The collaboration is positioned at further elevating Shell’s ambition to help build a global hydrogen economy by developing the most competitive opportunities in the production, storage, transport, and delivery of hydrogen to end customers.
H2Sines Project Feasibility Study Launched
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am The Group and its partners have just launched the H2Sines project feasibility studies. This will access the feasibility of creating the first supply chain for liquified hydrogen, rallying Portugal to The Netherlands. This flagship project for Europe could accelerate the decarbonisation of heavy mobility. The purpose of the H2Sines project, with which ENGIE is closely involved, is to produce green hydrogen using water electrolysis in Portugal, a country of sunshine and wind, and transport it by sea to Rotterdam in Netherlands, a major European port, as close as possible to the requirements of heavy mobility stakeholders. It will start with feasibility studies during the summer 2022, which is due to last six months, alongside an IPCEI (Important Projects of Common European Interest) request. The studies should validate the relevance of the project and its production potential, currently estimated at 100 tonnes a day. Pending a positive consensus, the goal would be to start operating deliveries of liquified hydrogen by 2027. The feasibility studies will include on building a specialised ship capable of transporting liquid hydrogen from the industrial port of Sines (Portugal) to Rotterdam. Given anticipated volumes and scales, it will be a one-of-a-kind worldwide project. Downstream the value chain, liquid hydrogen will be transported to clients via lorries, using specific trailers and reservoirs. Anthony Veder, a specialist in the maritime transport of liquified gas, will be participating in designing, manufacturing, and operating the liquid hydrogen transport ship, which will be unique, given anticipated volumes and scales. Finally, Vopak, the largest independent operator of storage terminals in the world, will be in charge of the construction and operation of the terminals, as well as connecting them to the distribution network. Supported by two major potential end-users, Airbus and Daimler, the project is perfectly in line with the European Union’s strategy of developing the use of green hydrogen to decarbonise heavy mobility across sea, road, and air transport.
Hydrogen Production Complex Opens in Pyeongtaek in Korea
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am A hydrogen production complex capable of supplying fuel for 410,000 hydrogen vehicles per year opened in Pyeongtaek City in Gyeonggi Province of South Korea on 27 July 2022. It is the first of its kind in the Korean capital region and the second in the nation after the facility in Changwon City, the capital of South Gyeongsang Province, which has been operating since the end of last year. This complex will produce hydrogen by reforming natural gas (a process of pyrolyzing natural gas via steam) supplied from the Pyeongtaek LNG receiving base. From August, up to seven tons of hydrogen are slated for production per day (approximately 2,450 tons a year). This is the largest production amount in South Korea, capable of fully refueling 1,200 hydrogen cars a day (approximately 410,000 vehicles per year). Gyeonggi Province expects that the Pyeongtaek complex will become a bridgehead in the hydrogen energy era. Following the construction of the hydrogen production complex, Gyeonggi Province and Pyeongtaek City plan to build a hydrogen transportation complex connected to hydrogen refueling stations near Pyeongtaek Port and to create a hydrogen city that uses hydrogen as its main energy source. The Pyeongtaek complex was selected in December 2019 for the Hydrogen Production Complex Construction Project promoted by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, entailing a total project cost of KRW 23 billion (USD 17.5 million): KRW 4.85 billion from the central government, KRW 3 billion from the provincial government, KRW 7 billion from the city government, and KRW 8.15 billion from the private sector. Most of the 33 hydrogen refueling stations currently operating in the Korean capital region (20 in Gyeonggi Province, seven in Seoul, and six in Incheon) are supplied with hydrogen from remote locations such as Daesan, Ulsan, and Yeosu, which are more than 120 kilometers away on average. As the completion of this complex stands to substantially reduce hydrogen transportation costs, the provincial government expects the hydrogen supply price in the capital region area to drop as well.
World’s First Hydrogen Train Coradia iLint starts in Germany
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am Global leader in smart and sustainable mobility Alstom announced that the world’s first hydrogen train the Coradia iLint reached another historical milestone in Bremervörde in Lower Saxony in Germany. It is now used on the world premiere 100% hydrogen train route, in passenger operation. This regional train only emits steam and condensed water while operating with a low level of noise. The 14 vehicles with fuel cell propulsion belong to Landesnahverkehrsgesellschaft Niedersachsen. LNVG had already started looking for alternatives to diesel trains in 2012 and thus provided momentum for the development of the trains in Germany. Other project partners for this world debut are the Elbe-Weser railways and transport company EVB and the gas and engineering company Linde. On the route between Cuxhaven, Bremerhaven, Bremervörde and Buxtehude, 14 hydrogen-powered Alstom regional trains will be operated by evb on behalf of LNVG, gradually replacing 15 diesel trains. They will be fuelled daily and around the clock at the Linde hydrogen filling station. Thanks to a range of 1,000 kilometres, the Alstom multiple units of the Coradia iLint model, which are emission-free in operation, can run all day long on just one tank of hydrogen on the evb network. In September 2018, there had been a successful trial run of almost two years with two pre-series trains. Alstom currently has four contracts for hydrogen fuel cell powered regional trains. Two are in Germany, the first for 14 Coradia iLint trains in the region of Lower Saxony, and the second for 27 Coradia iLint trains in the Frankfurt metropolitan area. The third contract comes from Italy where Alstom is building 6 Coradia Stream hydrogen trains in the region of Lombardy – with the option for 8 more, while the fourth is in France for 12 Coradia Polyvalent hydrogen trains shared across four different French regions. Furthermore, the Coradia iLint has been successfully tested in Austria, the Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden to name a few. The Coradia iLint is the world’s first passenger train to run on a hydrogen fuel cell that generates electrical energy for propulsion. This completely emission-free train is quiet and emits only water vapour and condensation. The Coradia iLint features several innovations: clean energy conversion, flexible energy storage in batteries, and intelligent management of motive power and available energy. Specifically developed for use on non-electrified lines, it enables clean, sustainable train operation while maintaining high performance. On evb’s network, the train travels at speeds of 80 to 120, with a maximum speed of 140 kilometres per hour. The iLint was designed by Alstom teams in Salzgitter (Germany), our centre of excellence for regional trains, and in Tarbes (France), centre of excellence for traction systems. The project benefits from the support of the German government and the development of the Coradia iLint was funded as part of the National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP) by the German government. The Linde facility in Bremervörde contains sixty-four 500-bar high-pressure storage tanks with a total capacity of 1,800 kilograms, six hydrogen compressors and two fuel pumps. The use of hydrogen as a fuel for trains noticeably reduces the burden on the environment, as one kilogram of hydrogen replaces approximately 4.5 litres of diesel fuel. A later hydrogen production on site by means of electrolysis and regeneratively generated electricity is planned; corresponding expansion areas are available.
Canada & Germany to Enhance Hydrogen Ties
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 31 Aug, 2022, 5:30 am As Russia continues to weaponize energy in its illegal war with Ukraine, Canada is working with European partners to strengthen global energy security and accelerate the global clean energy transition. To these ends, Canada’s allies in Europe have initiated efforts to displace imports of Russian oil and gas in the short term while accelerating efforts to deploy renewable energy and clean hydrogen. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting these efforts. The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, and Robert Habeck, Vice-Chancellor of Germany, were joined by Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Premier Andrew Furey and German Ambassador Sabine Sparwasser for the signing of a Joint Declaration of Intent committing the two countries to collaboration in the export of clean Canadian hydrogen to Germany. The Canada–Germany Hydrogen Alliance will commit the two countries to 1. Enabling investment in hydrogen projects through policy harmonization 2. Supporting the development of secure hydrogen supply chains 3. Establishing a transatlantic Canada–Germany supply corridor 4. Exporting clean Canadian hydrogen by 2025 The Alliance will build on Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy and mark a step toward Canada’s objective of becoming a top global supplier of clean hydrogen. This Declaration sends a clear signal to the private sector and to sub-national leaders in both countries that Canada and Germany are committed to a policy and regulatory environment that will facilitate and encourage investment in the hydrogen value chain in both countries. Business NewsHydrogen NewsHydrogen Germany
EverWind Fuels & E.ON Ink Pact for Canada & Europe Hydrogen Bridge
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am EverWind Fuels Company and E.ON Hydrogen have agreed on a detailed Memorandum of Understanding to import green ammonia at scale to Germany beginning in 2025 from EverWind’s initial production facility in Point Tupper in Nova Scotia. Under the MoU, EverWind and E.ON intend to work towards an offtake agreement for up to 500,000 tonnes per annum of green ammonia. Point Tupper is a multi-phase green hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility, which is in advanced stages of development and is expected to reach commercial operation in early 2025, the first in Atlantic Canada. EverWind is committed to working with E.ON and Germany to provide green energy and both parties look forward to this work as part of our process to secure offtake for Point Tupper, which is one of the few options globally positioned to deliver green ammonia by 2025. The partnership supports the decarbonization of Canada and Europe and strengthens the security of green energy supply at a time when Europe needs to reduce its energy dependence on fossil fuels as quickly as possible. E.ON is committed to making green hydrogen accessible to the German small and medium sized businesses, the heart of Germany’s economy. These small and medium sized companies account for the largest share of the country’s economic output and employ about 60 percent of all workers. Green hydrogen is an important lever to develop sustainable solutions, especially in industrial processes such as the production of steel, chemicals and food, as well as in mobility applications.
Everfuel to Build Holstebro Hydrogen Hub in Denmark
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am Everfuel has announced plans to build a hydrogen hub in Holstebro in Denmark to support regional energy transition and accelerate scale-up of green hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel for industry and mobility. The hub will be developed in two phases in close collaboration with partners within industry and mobility, with the aim of establishing safe, reliable and efficient local supply of clean energy. Everfuel, the local municipality and the other hub partners will work towards a greener Holstebro city by exploring the potential for using green hydrogen in industrial processes and in mobility. By realising all three phases, the hub will enable a significant reduction in the municipality’s CO2-emissions by feeding carbon-free hydrogen into a large share of the municipality’s activities. Today, Holstebro is the Danish municipality with the nation’s second highest onshore wind and solar power. In phase one, the hub-partners will explore production of e-methane and the use of hydrogen in industrial gas burners to produce e-methane at local biogas facilities and start testing using hydrogen in the current natural gas pipelines. Phase one is expected to be commissioned in 2023. In phase two, Everfuel intends to build a 100 MW electrolyser, a hydrogen terminal, a distribution centre and a hydrogen refuelling station for both heavy-duty and passenger vehicles. The location has already been secured for the electrolysis facility and the development is planned to commence in 2025. The green hydrogen produced in the second phase will phase out fossil fuels by replacing natural gas in selected industrial processes. Excess heating from the hydrogen production facility is planned to be distributed to the local district heating operator, MEC (Maabjerg Energy Center), owned by Vestforsyning and Struer Energi. One major industrial partner and off taker of the green hydrogen is the diary company, Arla. The company will seek to replace natural gas in their processes with hydrogen and thereby significantly lower their CO2-emissions.
World Energy GH2 Launches Hydrogen Project
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am World Energy GH2 has launched its project to invest CAD 12 billion in Newfoundland and Labrador to produce green hydrogen to power world markets. The accord, together with the launch of this project, signals the birth of an emerging and vibrant clean hydrogen industry in Canada. World Energy, a carbon-net-zero solutions provider, will supply 250,000 metric tons of green hydrogen per year to global markets at the completion of its renewable hydrogen project. The joint declaration of intent was signed by Germany and Canada on 23 August 23 2022, during a hydrogen event hosted at World Energy GH2's project site in Stephenville, Newfoundland, and Labrador. The project is first of its kind, bringing together global leaders who are committed to reducing carbon emissions and providing the scale necessary to expand the reach of decarbonization efforts throughout the world. The declaration of intent targets Canadian hydrogen exports coming online by 2025. This positions the World Energy GH2 project, which targets production for 2024, to be a key contributor to the accord's success.
Everfuel & Karlstads Energi fto Build Karlstad Hydrogen Hub
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am Everfuel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Karlstads Energi for collaboration on developing a hydrogen hub in Karlstad in Sweden. The two parties plan to explore the commercial and technical feasibility of constructing a 20 MW electrolysis facility as a first phase of the hub development. The facility is intended to produce green hydrogen, supply excess heat to the local district heating owned and operated by Karlstads Energi, utilise the produced oxygen for industry purposes and supply green fuel to both mobility and industry partners. The project is intended to be a joint venture between Everfuel and Karlstads Energi, where Everfuel is the majority owner. Everfuel and Karlstads Energi have a joint ambition to further develop the hub and expand the electrolyser capacity with an additional 100 MW in a second phase. The first phase is expected to be commissioned in 2025, depending on funding and permitting.
Hyliion Acquires Hydrogen Technology from GE
Strategic Research Institute Published on : 1 Sep, 2022, 5:30 am Leading electrified powertrain for Class 8 semi-trucks provider Hyliion Holdings has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a new hydrogen and fuel agnostic capable generator KARNO from GE Additive. The KARNO generator emerged out of GE’s long-running R&D investments in metal additive manufacturing across multiple industries and in areas such as generator thermal and performance design. Initial testing indicates the KARNO generator is expected to comply with all current and foreseeable emissions standards, specifically from CARB and EPA, even when utilizing conventional fuels. The technology is expected to achieve a 20%+ efficiency improvement over today’s conventional generators and could be more efficient than most available fuel cells. These efficiency improvements should, in turn, enable fuel cost reductions and improved vehicle range. The technology should also provide for significant reductions in noise, vibration, moving parts and maintenance as compared to current combustion engines. The KARNO power system will be capable of operating on over 20 different fuels including hydrogen, natural gas, propane, ammonia and conventional fuels. The technology uses heat to drive a sealed linear generator to produce electricity. The heat is produced by reacting fuels through flameless oxidation or other heat sources including renewables. In late 2023, Hyliion plans to first release the Hypertruck ERX powertrain, which leverages a natural gas engine as the generator onboard. In the years following, Hyliion plans to release the Hypertruck KARNO, its fuel agnostic variant, as phase two in the Hyliion journey to a hydrogen-based future. Hyliion will also explore other adjacent markets to leverage this technology for cost savings and emissions reductions. The Hypertruck is an electric powertrain that is recharged by an onboard generator for Class 8 commercial trucks that aims to provide lower operating costs, emissions reductions, and superior performance. The initial product variant to come to market is the Hypertruck ERXTM which leverages an onboard natural gas engine as the generator. The Hypertruck Fuel Agnostic will leverage the KARNO fuel agnostic generator to produce electricity. Hyliion also plans to release a Hypertruck Fuel Cell, which will only operate on hydrogen.
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