Royal Dutch Shell to install 50k charging points in Britain by 2025

On Wednesday, in a statement Royal Dutch Shell announced its plans to significantly expand its network of electric vehicle charging points in Britain. Shell plans on installing 50,000 on-street charging stations by 2025; it plans on implementing its plan through ubitricity, an on-street charging point company that it acquired earlier this year in February. Incidentally,…

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Japan plans on eliminating gas powered vehicles by mid-2030s, ramps up renewable energy investments

On Friday, in a significant development, the Japanese government said it aims to eliminate gasoline-powered vehicles in the country in the next 15 years so as to reach net zero carbon emissions and generate nearly $2 trillion a year in green growth by 2050. The “green growth strategy,” sees an increased adoption of hydrogen in…

Shipping industry making strides towards green hydrogen to meet UN carbon emission goals

In a significant development, for the very first time, developers across the globe are testing the usage of hydrogen to power ships. The development comes as the maritime industry races to find technologies to slash carbon emissions; there is also a growing confidence that LNG can be used safely commercially. The United Nations has set…