Two projects have been awarded almost Au$61 million (US$47 million) in development funding towards hydrogen blending.
Air Liquide and Siemens Energy have signed a MoU to research and develop Proton Exchange Membrane electrolysis technology.
The train is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which produces electrical power for traction. It emits only water and steam during operation, representing a clean alternative for the regional government looking to replace diesel fleets.
Hydrogen production is an expensive and intensive process, but a new discovery by researchers at the Tokyo University of Science has led to a novel technique of using rust and light to speed up hydrogen production as much as 25 times current production norms.
DEWA has broken ground on the first solar-driven hydrogen electrolysis facility in the Middle East and North Africa.