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Daimler: Fuel Cell Electric Drive Celebrates its 25th Birthday

By | News | No Comments April 22, 2019 | 7 min read April 22, 2019 | 7 min read

The future of the fuel cell car begins 25 years ago. In 1994, what was then Daimler-Benz AG introduces the NECAR research vehicle with an electric drive and fuel cell pack. The name stands for “New Electric Car”.

The electric current for the drive engine is generated by electrochemically converting hydrogen, the only by-product of which is water. An entire series of other NECAR vehicles follows.

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Toyota Establishes Joint Research Institute with China’s Tsinghua University

By | News | No Comments April 22, 2019 | 2 min read April 22, 2019 | 2 min read
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Japan: Air Liquide Opens Gamagori Hydrogen Station; First Hydrogen Station to Open in a Resort Complex Facility

By | News | No Comments April 21, 2019 | 3 min read April 21, 2019 | 3 min read

On April 22nd Nippon Air Liquide Co., Ltd. will be at the Laguna Ten Bosch, a complex resort facility in Gamagori, Aichi Prefecture to formally open a hydrogen station for fuel cell vehicles (FCV).

It is the first in the country to be opened in a complex resort facility, and it stimulates the demand for FCV in the Higashi Mikawa region, and encourages the visitors of the facility to expand the awareness of FCV’s and hydrogen stations.

Breakthrough in Water Electrolysis via Ruthenium based Catalysts2

China: USTC Researchers Discover Cheaper Approach to Producing Hydrogen

By | News | No Comments April 21, 2019 | 3 min read April 21, 2019 | 3 min read

Breakthrough in Water Electrolysis via Ruthenium-based Catalysts

Hydrogen fuel, with the advantages of clean, renewable and of high fuel efficiency, is seen as the ultimate fuel and getting more attention around the world. Water electrolysis is an ideal way to produce hydrogen, yet it requires active and stable catalysts which make this process more efficient and cheaper.

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KEPCO and Ulsan Sign MOU to Cooperate on Hydrogen

By | News | No Comments April 21, 2019 | < 1 min read April 21, 2019 | < 1 min read

On April 17th KEPCO signed an MOU with Ulsan City Hall, Ulsan Techno Park, UNIST, Siemens Co., Ltd., and another 8 organizations and companies.

The agreement aims are for the partners to cooperate with P2G (Power-to-Gas) -based on KEPCO’s microgrid and demonstration project for smart building construction.

Edotco Malaysia Deploys Fuel Cell for Remote Areas

Edotco Malaysia Deploys Fuel Cell Hybrid Renewable Energy Solution to Power Remote and Off Grid Sites

By | News | No Comments April 20, 2019 | < 1 min read April 20, 2019 | < 1 min read

edotco Malaysia announced that the Company has deployed a hybrid renewable energy solution with fuel cells to power remote, off grid sites in the state of Sabah.

The complete off-grid solution is able to generate clean energy to power base transceiver stations (BTS) located in remote areas with limited access to electricity grid, said the Company.

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SKYRE Announces the World’s First Commercially Available High-Pressure Electrochemical Hydrogen Separation and Compression System

By | News | No Comments April 20, 2019 | 3 min read April 20, 2019 | 3 min read

H2RENEW™ solves problem of increasing cost and tight supply of hydrogen by recycling hydrogen while simultaneously reducing companies’ carbon emissions

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. — SKYRE, a global clean energy leader that builds and sells hydrogen renewal systems, has announced the release of its newest product: the H2RENEW™ compact electrochemical hydrogen compressor.

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