Hydrogen: Fuel for Our Future?

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Hydrogen-powered cars like this one may be commonplace in the future.

Hydrogen Powered CarOn July 18, BP and GE announced plans to jointly develop up to 15 new hydrogen power plants for generating electricity over the coming decade. The hydrogen will be derived from fossil fuels, including coal and natural gas. While the plants will emit greenhouse gases, the companies will employ carbon capture technologies they claim will reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 90 percent. Although the operations will not be pollution-free, some environmentalists welcome the companies’ investment in hydrogen technology as a key development in bringing about a hydrogen economy. Tiếp tục đọc “Hydrogen: Fuel for Our Future?”

Samsung eyes role in Vietnam’s insurance, energy, fuel sectors

TUOI TRE NEWS

Updated : 09/10/2015 17:31 GMT + 7

Samsung Electronics Vietnam employees work at the company’s phone production complex in Bac Ninh Province, located in northern Vietnam.
South Korean conglomerate Samsung has plans to expand its footprint in Vietnam following the notable success of its electronics business, head of the company’s Vietnamese unit said Wednesday.

Other subsidiaries of the Seoul-based firm want to join the Vietnamese energy, life insurance, and oil and gas sectors, Samsung Vietnam general director Han Myoung Sup said in a meeting with Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son in Hanoi. Tiếp tục đọc “Samsung eyes role in Vietnam’s insurance, energy, fuel sectors”