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GOLDI Mobility Ready to Take Pre-Orders for Zero Emission Buses

08.07.2020

GOLDI Mobility Kft (GOLDI) is ready to bring its zero emission buses to the EU market. Under the brand name GOLDiON, GOLDI will be selling three variants of its zero-emission buses.

IHAA joins Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association

08.06.2020

Hy-Hybrid Energy is pleased to announce that International Hydrogen Aviation Association (IHAA) has joined Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association as a Partner Organization.

Launch of International Hydrogen Aviation Association (IHAA) Website

01.05.2020

Hy-Hybrid Energy, a leading hydrogen & fuel cell services provider, announces the launch of International Hydrogen Aviation Association (IHAA) website (https://www.ihydrogenaa.com/). IHAA’s formation initiative was led by Dr. Naveed Akhtar, Founder & CEO of Hy-Hybrid Energy, who felt its necessity to advocate the use of hydrogen in aviation.

Extended Deadline-Call for Speakers for the First International Hydrogen Aviation Conference (IHAC 2020), Glasgow, Scotland

14.04.2020

The 1st International Hydrogen Aviation Conference (IHAC 2020) will be held at Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday, 3rd September 2020. The conference organizer, Hy-Hybrid Energy is pleased to inform that the deadline for submitting the abstracts has been extended to 31st May 2020, previously set for 15th April 2020.

First International Hydrogen Aviation Conference (IHAC 2020), Glasgow, Scotland

13.03.2020

The 1st International Hydrogen Aviation Conference (IHAC 2020) will be held at Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday, 3rd September 2020.

The Formation of International Hydrogen Aviation Association (IHAA)

03.03.2020

Hy-Hybrid Energy's CEO, Dr. Naveed Akhtar has been working on hydrogen and fuel cells since more than two decades. Dr. Akhtar witnessed the hydrogen industry sector moving slowly until 2015-2016, soon after, the progress in hydrogen fuel cells ramped-up exponentially. This coincides with the timings of the first commercial fuel cell vehicle launched by Toyota (i.e. Mirai) which has finally broken the chicken and egg scenario that was always seen as the major hurdle in bringing this technology forward. Taking Germany as an example, there are currently 84 hydrogen refueling stations open now.

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