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Companies commit to 100MW hydrogen project in Hamburg
25 Jan 2021
Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Vattenfall and Wärme Hamburg aim to convert the Moorburg coal-fired power plant to jointly produce hydrogen from wind and solar power for use locally.
UK to establish hydrogen production hub in north-west England
13 Jan 2021
The joint venture will provide Essar Oil UK with low carbon hydrogen to decarbonise its own energy demand in addition to creating a hydrogen economy across north-west England and north-east Wales.
Alès public transport operator renews contract and rebrands entire mobility service
11 Jan 2021
SMBTA will rename its services Ales’Y by Bus, Ales’y Carpool, Ales’y by Bike and Ales’y by Scooter and has also announced the trial of a hydrogen-powered bus with Keolis.
Dutch provinces bring fully electric public transport buses into service
15 Dec 2020
Keolis is introducing its largest ever single fleet of electric vehicles operating across a single network in the world and is committed to helping the two local public transport authorities navigate the energy transition.
Bergen's fossil-free bus fleet enters commercial service
02 Dec 2020
The roll-out follows 18 months of preparation after the city’s public transport authority awarded multi-modal transport operator Keolis a 10-year contract to operate 138 green vehicles.
Momentum builds behind a hydrogen-driven economy
11 Nov 2020
According to analysis from Frost & Sullivan, hydrogen production will double by 2030 as the world advances towards a sustainable energy economy and countries battle climate change.
Birmingham announces hydrogen bus pilot
07 Oct 2020
The city council has bought 20 new hydrogen double-decker buses as part of its Clean Air Hydrogen Bus Pilot to kick-start the hydrogen market as a viable zero-emission fuel.
UK launches hydrogen-fuelled transport hub and train trials
01 Oct 2020
Britain’s first hydrogen train has begun trials in the Midlands while Tees Valley in north-east England is announced as the location for the nation’s first hydrogen transport hub.
Energy farm to help German municipality go CO2-free by 2030
06 Jul 2020
Green Solar and Siemens Energy have signed an agreement to develop a concept for Herzogenrath in Aachen that could make the city a national and international leader in the energy transition.
£21 million awarded for local smart energy ‘blueprint’ projects in the UK
19 Feb 2020
The government says the projects could see over 250,000 people’s homes powered by local renewable sources by 2030 – which could lead to their energy bills reducing by as much as half.
Toyota to build prototype future city in Japan
07 Jan 2020
Woven City will be home to 2,000 residents and researchers who will test and develop smart city technologies.
New contract opens up integrated mobility options in Bergen
01 Jul 2019
Public transport authority Skyss will roll out a mainly electric bus fleet this year, run by Keolis which already operates the Norwegian city’s light rail network
Sydney university launches integrated smart city trial and hybrid energy storage research
08 Apr 2019
UNSW is collaborating with the city council to build the IT systems that will monitor and control the data that flows through a range of smart services.
25 Feb 2021
How consumer tech is making Stockholm run more smoothly
Smartphones are proving to be an unusual but effective tool in improving the quality of roads in Sweden.
Think tank: Sex(ism) and the city
Financing city digitisation in a post-pandemic world
How can public services break silos to get smarter?
White Paper: Edge computing and AI - the foundations of the best in class smart city
Insight Report: Distributed Acoustic Sensors and the Smart Cities of the Future
Research Report: How smart is your office?
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