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This Solar-Wind and Hydro-Powered Vessel Makes Its Own Fuel from Seawater

This is the Energy Observer, the first hydrogen-powered, zero-emission, and zero-noise vessel to be self-sufficient in energy. The mission behind this eco-friendly beast is “to prove that another future for energy is possible.” Before COVID-19 struck, the vessel was cruising around the world and making stops along the way to advocate and serve as a laboratory for ecological transition.

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Danish Companies Join Forces to Decarbonize Its Transport Sector with Hydrogen-Produced Clean Fuel

A group of Danish companies have teamed up to build the world’s largest hydrogen and synthetic fuel production facilities in an ambitious effort to decarbonize the country’s transport sector. By manufacturing sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels, such as petrol and diesel, the country will not only significantly bring down costs, but it will also meet climate targets.

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