30 Jul 2021
NanoSUN is an engineering startup based out of Lancaster, UK, focused on the development, manufacture and commercialisation of hydrogen refuelling solutions for customers in the Oil & Gas, Industrial Gases and Transport sectors. IDTechEx spoke with Lee Juby, NanoSUN's Commercial Director
4 Dec 2019
IONITY builds high-power, fast-charging network for electric vehicles along major highways to facilitate long-distance travel across Europe.
25 Oct 2019
Artificial Leaf Successfully Produces Clean Gas
A widely-used gas that is currently produced from fossil fuels can instead be made by an 'artificial leaf' that uses only sunlight, carbon dioxide and water, and which could eventually be used to develop a sustainable liquid fuel alternative to petrol.
29 Nov 2017
Fast charging station network starts to take shape
IONITY, which was founded only a few weeks ago, is taking off quickly. The joint venture of BMW, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen with Audi and Porsche has formed initial strategic partnerships for the realization of its "High-Power-Charging" network for electric vehicles in Europe.
8 Nov 2017
Launch of pan-European high-power charging network IONITY
Launching approximately 400 HPC stations by 2020, IONITY will make long-distance journeys easier and marks an important step for electric vehicles.
26 May 2017
Shell on the future of transport
What happens in the transport sector, which accounts for more than a quarter of total world energy use, will be critical to progress in the ongoing energy transition.
23 Feb 2017
Shell launches its first hydroge refuelling station in the UK
Shell announces the launch of its first hydrogen refuelling station in the UK at its Cobham service station on the M25.
29 Apr 2014
£31m plan to demonstrate viability of hydrogen vehicles
A pioneering £31 million deal has been struck to make hydrogen vehicles a viable and environmentally friendly choice for motorists across Europe.
14 Dec 2013
German auto maker Daimler AG and specialty chemicals maker Evonik Industries AG are considering a sale of their unprofitable battery joint venture Li-Tec Battery GmbH, in a transaction owners hope could fetch as much as €1 billion ($1.32 billion). Daimler, which owns 49.9% of Li-Tec and Evonik, which holds the rest, are weighing a sale of the Dresden-based company after efforts to get a third owner on board have not succeeded so far, and expectations of a pure electric-car boom have faded. Industry sources suggest the joint venture could be a good fit for Asian battery specialists. It leaves Daimler exposed to Japanese and Korean leadership in the vital lithium-ion batteries.
3 Oct 2013
Plan for the construction of a hydrogen refuelling network in Germany
The six partners in the "H2 Mobility" initiative - Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell and Total - have set up upon a specific action plan for the construction of a nationwide hydrogen refuelling network for fuel cell powered electric vehicles.