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Renewable energy storage solutions ‘go green’ with RTS Africa Engineering and Nel Hydrogen
author FuelCellsWorks, March 02, 2017

Cramer Media--Hydrogen is emerging as one of the most viable and effective storage solutions for renewable energy in many key industries, including the transportation and power sectors. Since 1996, the Tshwane-based specialised engineering company, RTS Africa Engineering, has had the sole agency to represent Nel Hydrogen, a Norwegian company which has been at the forefront of hydrogen production through waterelectrolysis since the 1920’s. RTS Africa Engineering has been responsible for installing, maintaining and...

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Ultra Electronics - USSI Awarded Follow-On Contract for Fuel Cell System for Rail Customer
author FuelCellsWorks, March 02, 2017

COLUMBIA CITY, Indiana--Ultra Electronics USSI announces today that it has been awarded a follow-on contract for a large volume of Fuel Cell Systems from strategic partner RedHawk Energy Systems, LLC of Pataskala, Ohio. The P250i Fuel Cell system provides 24/7 extended run back-up power for railway signals and crossings and is powered by commercially-available propane....

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myFC shows world’s thinnest fuel cell LAMINA ™ Thin Film at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
author FuelCellsWorks, March 02, 2017

Swedish myFC involved in the mobile world's largest trade show, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 27 to March 2. The star of myFC's lineup this year's LAMINA ™ Thin Film, the world's thinnest fuel cell. It runs on myFC's patented JAQ-fuel based on salt and water.  In addition LAMINA ™ Thin Film and its possible...

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Norwegian Maritime Authority Interested in Hydrogen Technology
author FuelCellsWorks, March 02, 2017

The Norwegian Maritime Authority has observed an increasing interest in using hydrogen as marine fuel and wants to work closely with the industry in the development of the new technology. Senior Surveyor in the NMA, Kolbjørn Berge, talked about approving hydrogen as marine fuel. The photo shows him together with Ivan Østvik from NCE Maritime...

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AGEP-T FRAME Scientist Raul Acevedo Studies How Fuel Cells Behave in Space
author FuelCellsWorks, March 02, 2017

As a kid growing up in Puerto Rico, Raul Acevedo was excited to learn from Carl Sagan’s Cosmos television show that the biggest radio telescope in the world was located on his island. The knowledge further stimulated his interest in astronomy and space. Later, a talk by an alumni from his high school who became a NASA...

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Hydrogenious Technologies Receives € 2.3 Million in SME Instrument EU Funding
author FuelCellsWorks, March 01, 2017

The SME Instrument is part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, where a total of up to € 3 billion are invested in 7500 projects of highly innovative small to medium enterprises by 2020. Hydrogenious Technologies’ proposal to develop the next generation of highly dynamic, fully automated next generation hydrogen release systems (our ReleaseBOX),...

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Symbio Announces Hydrogen Fuel Cell Integration to Nissan Electric Vehicle:New plug-in hybrid hydrogen fuel cell vehicle will deliver at least 500 km of range
author FuelCellsWorks, March 01, 2017

TOKYO--European hydrogen mobility solutions leader Symbio has revealed a fuel cell integration plan for 5-7 seat Nissan electric vehicles for ultimate freedom at zero emissions to beat air pollution in urban areas, and with hopes to take the vehicle to the European market soon. At the unveiling of Symbio’s fuel cell integration to Nissan electric...

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Living in my car powered home - My real life experiment with a fuell cell car powering my home
author FuelCellsWorks, March 01, 2017

By: Francesca Abbruzzese For a period of 2 weeks Francesca Abbruzzese and Anna Rojan are living in the Pret-a-Loger (PaL) house at The Green Village (TGV) experimenting with the use of electricity generated by solar panels and a modified hydrogen fuel cell car. The two visiting students, both doing their master thesis’s related to the Car...

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Refuelling station launched as Aberdeen leads the way in hydrogen technology
author FuelCellsWorks, February 28, 2017

Aberdeen’s second hydrogen refuelling station was officially opened today [Monday, 27 February] along with the launch of a fleet of 10 hydrogen fuelled Toyota Mirai cars. Aberdeen City Council’s lead member for hydrogen, Councillor Barney Crockett was joined by Toyota GB President and Managing Director - Paul Van Der Burgh, and Hydrogenics CEO – Filip...

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Tokyo 2020 organizers mulling high-tech hydrogen torch
author FuelCellsWorks, February 28, 2017

TOKYO — The Organizing Committee of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games is considering using a hydrogen-powered relay torch to light the Olympic flame, according to committee officials. The organizers, who hope to use the 2020 Games as an opportunity to showcase Japan’s technology, said the government has expressed support for the development of...

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