Imperial College Receives Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Car to Support Hydrogen Power Research

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  • The Faculty of Engineering this week took delivery of a Toyota Mirai, the world’s leading hydrogen fuel cell car.

The car, which has been acquired with support from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2 ME) and the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCHJU), will help support research into the potential of hydrogen as a future source of clean and sustainable energy.

McPhy Energy: FY 2018 revenue of €8 million, Drop attributed to Delayed Orders

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  • Confirmation of a 21% decline in FY 2018 revenue compared to FY 2017 due to delays affecting several orders
  • FY 2018 operating performance expected to show the impact of this top-line contraction
  • High rate of growth maintained in Europe, with revenue up 23% compared to FY 2017
  • Confirmation of a sustained commercial activity and a “qualified commercial pipeline”[1] estimated at over €80 million
  • Further business expansion expected in 2019

The New Service Vehicle of the DLR Solar Researchers is Powered by Hydrogen

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The solar researchers of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) will in the future be driving on the road with hydrogen propulsion. This is made possible by a new Toyota Mirai with fuel cell technology. The place of handover of the vehicle from Toyota Deutschland to the DLR Institute for Solar Research was the Synlight facility. In the world’s largest facility for experiments with artificial sunlight, the institute develops and tests processes for the production of hydrogen from solar energy and water.

Alstom Presents Hydrogen Train in Six Federal States in Germany

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Coradia iLint Roadshow showcases ready-to-use hydrogen technology in Germany

23 January 2019 – From late January to mid-February 2019, Alstom’s Coradia iLint is on tour in Germany. The hydrogen-fuel cell train is the first of its kind in the world. Alstom presents its ready-to-use hydrogen technology in six federal states, demonstrating an emission-free alternative for non-electrified lines. The roadshow will start in Rhineland-Palatinate and continue in Baden-Württemberg, Saxony, Thuringia, Berlin and Brandenburg.

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