Where does RiCK™ gather hydrogen research?
A RiCK™ subscription can give your team access to essential hydrogen research, including information on hydrogen energy, hydrogen storage and hydrogen fuel cell research, the latest hydrogen news, access to technical papers and a list of conferences related to the hydrogen industry. There is a vital need to decarbonise the transport sector, and as organisations strive to decarbonise transportation of all kinds, hydrogen could play a key role. Hydrogen innovation presents many opportunities for those in the rail, marine, automotive and aviation industries.
If hydrogen is produced using renewable electricity, it offers the potential for a zero-carbon footprint and other hydrogen production methods also promise near-zero or potentially even negative GHG emissions. RiCK™ contains comprehensive information and updates on many hydrogen industry-related subjects including hydrogen generation, renewable energy, hydrogen lifecycle analysis, hydrogen fuel cells, the production of green hydrogen, hydrogen storage, the applications of hydrogen as an energy source and the electrolysis process.
RiCK™ has over 300,000 abstracted references from trusted sources including journal articles, magazine subscriptions, industry reports, white papers and press releases. The hydrogen sources of information within RiCK™ are being extended and augmented. The information available can help teams looking to discover more about hydrogen for current and future plans. The abstracts contained within RiCK™ will help all of those interested in decarbonisation and renewable energy solutions within transport including rail, heavy good vehicles, aircraft, shipping and more. Ricardo information experts handpick the information which brings hydrogen information together in one source. This immediately helps to guide transport teams to relevant and trusted information.
What type of hydrogen research and information does RiCK™ include?
RiCK™ includes a summary of recently published hydrogen literature from sources such as IMechE, Science Direct, Ricardo’s own research and Springer, as well as white papers and other open access sources. A comprehensive list of forthcoming conferences and webinars related to hydrogen is also included.
A subscription to RiCK™ is useful for those with an active interest in using hydrogen as an alternative energy source on the road to decarbonisation. It’s ideal for anyone who would like to gain access to the latest hydrogen analysis and is a critical reference source for work on crucial hydrogen issues and for looking into zero-emissions solutions.