Ohio Incident Response

Feb. 15 Summary of Followup Actions to Date We’ve received a number of questions regarding the incident in Ohio and we want to provide additional information specifically on our actions immediately after learning about the incident. Upon being informed of the incident, our number one priority was to make contact with our driver and confirm […]

Emmanual Ewaleifoh Receives Emerging Leader in Technology Award

This month, OneH2’s General Manager for Service Operations, Emmanuel Ewaleifoh received our Emerging Leader in Technology Award. The award was presented in recognition of his contributions to advancing OneH2 as a leader in the hydrogen technology industry. Emmanuel joined our team in August 2020 as a Process Engineer. Since then, his hard work and innovative […]

Hydrogen Fuel in Hawaii: A Path towards a Sustainable Future

The Hawaii Pacific Hydrogen Hub, a consortium of nearly two dozen companies and institutions, is crafting a proposal for $1 billion in funding for hydrogen fuel development in Hawaii. The consortium is competing for federal Department of Energy grants totaling $7 billion to build hydrogen fuel production facilities across the U.S.  Hawaii is one of […]

Hydrogen-Diesel Hybrid Engines: Revolutionizing Heavy Industries

Engineers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia, have successfully modified a conventional diesel engine to run on a mix of hydrogen and a small amount of diesel, claiming their patented technology has cut carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by more than 85%. Professor Shawn Kook and his team in the School […]

Hydrogen Station Deployments Soar Worldwide, But U.S. Lags Behind

The global number of hydrogen stations deployed has recently passed the 1,000 mark, according to a Global Market for Hydrogen Fueling Stations study. China represents roughly one-third of global deployments, with Japan having the second-highest number of deployments, followed closely by Korea. Other countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, and India, also have aggressive plans […]

North American Leaders Agree to Develop Clean Hydrogen Market

During the North American Leaders’ Summit on Jan. 10 in Mexico City, U.S. President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador agreed to develop a clean hydrogen market in North America. The government officials from the three countries have agreed to combat the climate crisis by working together […]

The Economic Benefits of Reaching for a Net-Zero World

Green industries could add $10.3 trillion to the world’s economy if net-zero carbon emissions are reached by 2050, according to a new report from Oxford Economics and Arup. This amount represents 5.2% of the global GDP.  According to the report, governments and businesses under increasing pressure from costly climate-related weather events may even begin to […]

Heavy Machinery is Making the Shift to Hydrogen Power

The heavy machinery industry is exploring hydrogen as a new method to decarbonize equipment and significantly improve sustainability efforts. Heavy equipment brands, such as JCB, Liebherr, Associated British Ports, and Manitou, are experimenting with hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen-electric systems to power their machinery. These efforts include converting existing diesel-powered machines to hydrogen-electric, testing hydrogen-powered […]

The Future of Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles

A new Global Hydrogen Car market study indicates hydrogen-powered vehicles are expected to take off by 2028. This study evaluates the growth potential of the hydrogen car market and provides market intelligence and strategic insights for decision-makers.  According to the report, the fuel cell vehicle market was valued at $651.9 million in 2018 and is […]