Chinese Man Floats 190 Miles Over Two Days After Getting Stuck In An Untethered Hydrogen Balloon

A Chinese man who started his day picking pinecones in northeastern China drifted 190 miles in two days after becoming trapped in an untethered hydrogen balloon. The man, identified as Hu Yongxu, was on a hydrogen balloon with a colleague to harvest the pinecones in northeast China’s Heilongjiang province when the balloon “suddenly ascended uncontrollably,” … Read more

China: Man drifts more than 300km away for two days in untethered hydrogen balloon

A man in China drifted 320km away for two days by accident after he lost control of his hydrogen balloon while harvesting pine nuts. A team of more than 500 people, including a local company, firefighters, police, and professional rescuers was mobilised to carry out the rescue operation. The man, surnamed Hu, and his partner … Read more

Your Car Could Soon Run On Thin Air As Acientists Develop New Method To Make Hydrogen Fuel

It may sound far-fetched, but it may one day be possible to drive a car powered by thin air after scientists develop a new way to make hydrogen fuel. Green hydrogen, produced by electrolysers using electricity and water, is a potential alternative to CO2-emitting fossil fuels. However, today’s devices often require complex components such as … Read more

Canada must hike hydrogen energy capacity to compete with U.S., backer warns – National

It is feasible to start exporting small shipments of Canadian-made hydrogen to Europe within three years but only if everyone moves quickly, the chairman of a company behind one of the biggest proposed green hydrogen projects in Atlantic Canada said Wednesday. As the ink dried on the new Canada-Germany hydrogen alliance signed in Newfoundland and … Read more

Canadian hydrogen deal won’t immediately solve Germany’s energy woes: experts – National

Some energy experts warn a deal to sell Canadian hydrogen to Germany will serve as only a small, far-off and expensive part of the solution to Europe’s energy crisis. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are set to sign a hydrogen agreement in Stephenville, N.L. next week, during Scholz’s official visit to … Read more

Trudeau, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz set to sign hydrogen deal in Newfoundland – National

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz are set to sign a green energy agreement later this month in Newfoundland that could prove pivotal to Canada’s nascent hydrogen industry. The German government on Friday issued a statement confirming the agreement will be signed Aug. 23 in Stephenville, where a Newfoundland-based company plans to … Read more

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