Running Hot and Cold: Hydrogen fuel cells pass the test

As industrial operations look for opportunities to decrease their carbon emissions, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and battery-electric vehicles have emerged as potential solutions. These power options generate zero carbon emissions at the tailpipe and are available for a growing range of vehicle types. They also meet new emissions requirements for industrial vehicles. However, for fleet […]

An Introduction to Steam-Methane Reformation

At OneH2, our principal method of producing hydrogen is by steam-methane reformation or a variant of this known as autothermal reformation. While this process has existed for many years, increased interest in and demand for hydrogen fuel has brought SMR into the center of conversations about the future of the energy sector. As developers of […]

GM and Honda Begin Commercial Fuel Cell Production

Recently, General Motors (GM) and Honda announced the start of commercial production at the two companies’ joint hydrogen fuel cell manufacturing facility, Fuel Cell System Manufacturing, LLC (FCSM). The initiative launched in January 2017, with a joint investment of $85 million. Housed in a 70,000-square-foot facility in Brownstone, Michigan, FCSM will produce hydrogen systems for […]

OneH2 Launches 931 Bar High-Pressure Tube Trailers for Hydrogen Delivery

Longview, NC: North Carolina-based OneH2, Inc. launches new cylinder technology for 931 bar high-pressure hydrogen tube trailers. The cylinder technology, a culmination of several years of development and investment, operates under a unique special permit issued by the U.S Department of Transport for use on roads. While OneH2 has been operating fleets of 520 bar […]

Introducing OneH2’s New Website

OneH2 is proud to announce the official launch of our new and improved website. As a leader in hydrogen fuel products and solutions, we’ve revamped our online presence to better serve our customers and partners. With a fresh look and enhanced user experience, our new website serves as a comprehensive platform to explore our hydrogen […]

Could Hydrogen Vehicles Transform Mining?

The mining industry is one of many sectors exploring the possibilities hydrogen-powered vehicles have to offer. From excavators to haul trucks, mining equipment brings many opportunities for hydrogen fuel implementation. This industry is well-suited for lower-emission fuel options as it employs a vast quantity of machines that often operate 24/7. For vehicles in confined spaces, […]

Trucking Industry Explores Hydrogen Fuel Technology

New sustainability initiatives and government regulations continue to drive the adoption of hydrogen fuel in the trucking and transportation industry. In this blog, we’ll explore recent announcements from companies such as Hyundai, IKEA, and IMC as they invest in hydrogen fuel technology. These companies recognize the benefits hydrogen fuel offers over battery-electric vehicles (BEVs). While […]

GM and Komatsu Partner for Hydrogen-Powered Mining Truck

On December 12, 2023, General Motors and the Japan-based manufacturing equipment company Komatsu announced a development partnership for hydrogen fuel cells. As an advocate for hydrogen fuel solutions, OneH2 is excited about the innovation that will come from the partnership of these two leading manufacturers and the opportunities it will bring to the industry. Michigan-based […]

Shipping Industry Explores Hydrogen Fuel Options

Due to the long distances traveled, and 24/7 operations, the maritime shipping industry is a significant contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions. As the industry seeks to decrease emissions, many companies are exploring the potential hydrogen holds to power ships and other marine vessels. Keep reading to learn about two recent initiatives launched by Future […]

Hydrogen Storage and Transportation Solutions

Methods for storing and transporting hydrogen can vary widely depending on the use case. Today, most hydrogen-powered vehicles utilize some form of onboard hydrogen storage in the form of tanks. These tanks typically store compressed gaseous hydrogen at a pressure of 350 or 700 bar (5,000 and 10,000 psi).  Passenger cars and other light-duty vehicles […]