Tag: green energy
Switching to renewables and electrifying vehicles will require rethinking many of the assumptions that underpin the existing grid system.
For years, one of the issues with hydrogen has been that it is manufactured at one facility – sometimes as a byproduct – then taken elsewhere.
The goal is green energy, but hydrogen currently comes in many “colors.”
When you think about the world of renewable energy and AI, document analysis probably doesn’t come to mind first. However, AI-powered document and contract analytics are becoming a vital tool as the number and complexity...
That’s why Bjorn Simonsen, who, until recently, was Nel’s Vice President for Investor Relations and Corporate Communication, said the company’s history aligns with and has driven how humans work with hydrogen.
Hydrogen vehicles are on the market, but it’s more of an anomaly than standard to see one on the road. That could be changing in the near future.
There is little doubt hydrogen is a huge player in energy going forward, but just what will that look like?
Andrew Schaap, CEO of Aligned Data Centers, knows the ever-increasing role data centers play in the interconnected world of digital and smart technologies. And he provided his first-hand knowledge and insights on the advances data
It comes as no surprise that oil demand is down in the age of COVID. Crude producers are cutting supply in response to lackluster demand. Though the details of a promising vaccine have boosted oil...
There has been plenty of talk about hydrogen energy in the past few years. Nel Hydrogen CEO Jon André Løkke says it’s time for action.
Winona LaDuke, Co-Founder of Honor the Earth and former Green Party vice president candidate of Ralph Nader provided expert insight into this topic.