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  • In Switzerland, the first 10 units of the Hyundai Motor Companys XCIENT 190 kW fuel-cell trucks have been introduced. The range with a single charge of hydrogen is approximately 400 km, and the refuelling time from 8 to 20 minutes. Eventually, 1600 units are to be supplied by 2025.Meanwhile 18 Euro...

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  • In UK, a review of rail transportation concludes that there is a strong decarbonising case for conversion from diesel fuel to solar power and electricity generally, particularly hydrogen fuel cells. Solar power has been adopted in the rail line at Aldershot, and the Coradia iLint is the first fuel c...

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  • This issue of Energy World concentrates on energy use in buildings, and particularly how demand management and smart electricity metering can cut consumption costs. We also take a look at converting a Victorian house to meet new, low energy standards. The other main theme is energy use in transport ...

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  • Heavy oils, extra-heavy oils and tar sands, representing a massive resource found worldwide but especially in Canada and Venezuela, will play an important part in the future of energy. Now increasingly commercially viable, less than 1% of the total are under active development and this book covers g...

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  • A total of 12 companies comprising the UKs producers of liquid renewable fuels and the majority of the green gas used in UK transport have formed the Renewable Transport Fuel Association (RTFA) which aims to be the go to voice for UK renewable transport fuel producers and suppliers.RTFAs founder...

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  • The objective of this document is to provide guidance with reference to ISO 14001 standard for organizations involved in transport by coastal shipping, barge, pipeline, road and rail. Also operation of an oil storage installation and distribution depot, and operation of a retail service station, tog...

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  • An article for Energy World does not need to remind readers that global warming is real and that carbon dioxide is the major cause. While many industry sectors claim to suffer from strong emissions, there does not appear to be the same push in the transport sector. This is surprising, as transport i...

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