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SDSU Research Suggests Process for Lowering Cost of Hydrogen Fuel

By | News, Research News | No Comments March 24, 2019

Hydrogen as a potential fuel source could revolutionize global energy consumption. Not only is hydrogen abundant and renewable, it is also a clean energy source with no harmful emission byproducts.

A San Diego State University researcher has come one step closer to harnessing the power of hydrogen as a reliable and inexpensive fuel. Inorganic chemist Jing Gu and collaborators at Princeton University developed a process to recover energy and electrons from organics in wastewater and generate hydrogen simultaneously using only solar energy.

Nikola Motor Company Closes on Manufacturing Operations Property

By | News | No Comments March 22, 2019

PHOENIX, AZ –– Nikola Motor Company (“Nikola”) and Saint Holdings today announced the acquisition by Nikola of approximately 400 acres of property in Pinal County at Inland Port Arizona in Coolidge. Nikola plans to build its hydrogen-electric class 8 trucks at its manufacturing facility at this location and anticipates the project will bring approximately 2,000 jobs to the region by 2024.

GE and Nedstack Partnership Sets Sights on Zero Emission Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Cruise Vessels

By | News | No Comments March 22, 2019

GE’s Power Conversion business and Nedstack, a leading fuel cell manufacturer, are collaborating on developing hydrogen fuel cell systems for powering zero-emission cruise vessels.

This partnership brings together GE’s recognized expertise in cruise electrical power and propulsion solutions plus system integration capability, with Nedstack’s extensive experience in megawatt-scale hydrogen fuel cell technology. The result will be highly efficient fuel cell solutions that enable a zero-emission cruise industry.

Japan: TEPCO and JXTG Join Forces to Enter Hydrogen Fuel Business

By | News | No Comments March 22, 2019

TOKYO — Japan’s Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (TEPCO) said on Friday that they will it will team up with a subsidiary of JXTG Holdings Inc. to start producing hydrogen fuel by 2020.

They plan to build one of the world’s largest hydrogen stations in Tokyo. The new facility will be capable of supplying hydrogen to about 290 fuel-cell cars and buses a day.