Event organized by CBMM highlights green hydrogen as a sustainable solution for energy and mobility sectors

SAO PAULO, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In the search for solutions that contribute to reducing CO2 emissions, governments and scientists around the world are encouraging a movement to adopt more sustainable and efficient technologies. To that end, hydrogen has emerged as a key element in the decarbonization of the economy.

Scientists from renowned universities and industry specialists will discuss how hydrogen production technologies and their use in fuel cells can revolutionize the energy and mobility sectors during the Charles Hatchett Award Webinar 2020, a virtual event that will be held on December 7 at 2:00 pm (CET).

The keynote presentation will be delivered by Manish Chhowolla, professor of Materials Science at Cambridge University, and winner of the 2020 Charles Hatchett Award, an annual prize ratified by UK-based Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3).

“New solutions in the energy transition have a strong connection with our technological development program

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Germany scraps renewable fee on green hydrogen to encourage new technology

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s government on Wednesday lifted a charge levied on power prices to support renewable energy for producers of so-called green hydrogen, part of a bid to encourage the nascent technology for low-carbon fuels.

The Berlin cabinet decided to waive the renewable energy fee under the EEG feed-in tariff law for electricity derived from wind and solar sources following an economy ministry initiative, government sources said.

Green hydrogen, which is produced via electrolysis while conventional hydrogen is produced using fossil fuels, is meant to help decarbonise energy used in industry, transport and for heating buildings.

Germany hopes to close the cost gap between the two products within 10-15 years, helped by a 9 billion euro ($10.8 billion) national strategy it passed earlier this year to meet long-term climate goals and transform its industries.

The draft law said hydrogen could be key to building up climate-neutral energy sources

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Green Zebra Media Corp., Majority Controlled Subsidiary of GZ6G Technologies, Announces 2021 Corporate Mandate

Las Vegas, NV – ( NewMediaWire ) – December 02, 2020 – GZ6G Technologies Corp. (OTCMarkets: GZIC): Green Zebra Media Corp, the majority owned subsidiary of GZ6G Technologies Corp. (OTCMarkets: GZIC) offering specialized wireless, digital, IoT communications, advertising, marketing and sponsorship services for cities, universities, airports, stadiums and the hospitality industry, updates its 2021 corporate mandate to focus on key aspects of its business plan targeting acquisitions and near-term revenue opportunities for the first quarter of fiscal 2021.

Coleman Smith, President of Green Zebra Media, updated, “The impact globally of the COVID-19 pandemic pushed our fiscal 2020 operating plans forward into 2021 due to uncertainty in global markets as well as restrictions on consumers and businesses. As a result, we have revised our 2021 mandate to position the Company to capitalize on our immediate market opportunities during Q1 2021, and have also opened the door to growth by acquisition in

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Analysis of the climate protection effect of green hydrogen on heavy duty vehicles — ScienceDaily

A partial transition of German road transport to hydrogen energy is among the possibilities being discussed to help meet national climate targets. A team of researchers from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) has examined the hypothetical transition to a hydrogen-powered transport sector through several scenarios. Their conclusion: A shift towards hydrogen-powered mobility could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and greatly improve air quality — in particular, heavy duty vehicles represent a low-hanging fruit for decarbonization of German road transport.

“Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles offer competitive advantages over battery electric vehicles regarding heavy loads, longer driving ranges and shorter fuelling times — making them particularly attractive to the heavy duty vehicle segment” explains lead author Lindsey Weger: “Moreover, transitioning heavy-duty vehicles to green hydrogen could already achieve a deep reduction in emissions — our results indicate a potential of -57 MtCO2eq annually, which translates to about a

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Roadside Attractions – A Startup’s Plan To Support Britain’s Green Car Revolution

Petrol driven cars are set to disappear from Britain’s roads rather sooner than expected. Under the government’s updated “Green Industrial Revolution” plan, every new car sold from 2030 onwards must be either electric or an approved hybrid. This replaces a previous deadline of 2040.   

All except the most hardened climate change skeptics will see this as a good thing, but a rapid transition to battery-powered mobility does pose certain short-term problems, not least in terms of providing a workable and user-friendly charging infrastructure.  

As things stand, even a rapid charging point will take around thirty minutes to pump up a battery from empty to full. Arguably that’s not too bad, but it compares unfavorably with the two or three minutes required to fill a petrol tank. Yes, you’re helping to save the planet but a half-hour wait is less than convenient.  

The

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Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. Celebrates Annual Green Friday Event

(MENAFN – ACCESSWIRE) Leafbuyer Turns Black Friday Green with Cannabis Deals Event

DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 27, 2020 / Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. ( & quot;Leafbuyer & quot; or & quot;the Company & quot;) (OTCQB:LBUY), a leading cannabis technology platform, announced today its fifth annual Green Friday Deals Event . The Company has partnered with recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries, deliveries, and product companies throughout several legal markets to bring consumers the very best deals.

On Black Friday 2019 142 million people shopped online while 124 million shopped in-store . While those numbers are likely to shift substantially this year due to the global pandemic, the weekend of November 27th should still be a substantial shopping weekend for consumer-facing stores – including cannabis businesses. Cannabis businesses are offering substantial discounts in order to give consumers the same thrill of saving right before the holidays. Right now, dozens of businesses

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Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. Celebrates Annual “Green Friday” Event

Leafbuyer Turns Black Friday Green with Cannabis Deals Event

DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 27, 2020 / Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. (“Leafbuyer” or “the Company”) (OTCQB:LBUY), a leading cannabis technology platform, announced today its fifth annual Green Friday Deals Event. The Company has partnered with recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries, deliveries, and product companies throughout several legal markets to bring consumers the very best deals.

On Black Friday 2019 142 million people shopped online while 124 million shopped in-store. While those numbers are likely to shift substantially this year due to the global pandemic, the weekend of November 27th should still be a substantial shopping weekend for consumer-facing stores – including cannabis businesses. Cannabis businesses are offering substantial discounts in order to give consumers the same thrill of saving right before the holidays. Right now, dozens of businesses across legal markets like California, Colorado, and Oklahoma are offering

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Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. Celebrates Annual “Green Friday” Event – Press Release

Leafbuyer Turns Black Friday Green with Cannabis Deals Event

DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 27, 2020 / Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. (“Leafbuyer” or “the Company”) (OTCQB:LBUY), a leading cannabis technology platform, announced today its fifth annual Green Friday Deals Event. The Company has partnered with recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries, deliveries, and product companies throughout several legal markets to bring consumers the very best deals.

On Black Friday 2019 142 million people shopped online while 124 million shopped in-store. While those numbers are likely to shift substantially this year due to the global pandemic, the weekend of November 27th should still be a substantial shopping weekend for consumer-facing stores – including cannabis businesses. Cannabis businesses are offering substantial discounts in order to give consumers the same thrill of saving right before the holidays. Right now, dozens of businesses across legal markets like California, Colorado, and Oklahoma are offering

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Green Technology and Sustainability Market 2020 Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast to 2025

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Equities Start The Week In The Green

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Asian equity markets had a nice start to the week except for Japan, which is on holiday. Markets appear to be balancing rising coronavirus cases globally against the backdrop of vaccine progress. The Hang Seng Index managed a small gain of +0.13% though it was an interesting day from a sector dispersion perspective. Hong Kong’s volume leaders were Tencent, which fell -0.34%, Alibaba HK, which rose +4.35% after Chairman David Zhang praised the new anti-monopoly rules, Xiaomi, which gained a whopping +8.02%, Meituan, which rose +1.25%, BYD, which rose +8.6% on policy support for the sector, and AIA, which fell -2.79%. JD.com HK rose +2.56% as its JD Health spin off

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