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Hamburg to Build the World’s Largest Hydrogen Plant at its Port

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  • Hydrogen key, future technology – decision on electrolysis plant before close of 2019
  • The world’s largest hydrogen plant with a capacity of 100 megawatts is to be built in the port

A decision on building the world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant with a capacity of 100 megawatts in the Port of Hamburg will be made before the close of 2019, Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa has quoted Michael Westhagemann, Hamburg’s Senator for Economics Senator, as saying. The plant will cost a three-digit million sum and will be funded by subsidies from the German government and the EU.


Hamburger Hochbahn AG to Test the All-Electric Mercedes-Benz eCitaro Bus with Fuel Cell Extender in 2021

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  • Mercedes-Benz eCitaro G with fuel cell: a decisive step towards locally emission-free public transport with city buses
  • Hamburg: the eCitaro’s premiere city – now also with fuel cell in future
  • Intense co-operation using innovative city bus drives

Stuttgart/Hamburg – Starting in 2021, public transport company Hamburger Hochbahn AG, will be field-testing the new Mercedes-Benz eCitaro articulated bus with a fuel cell as a range extender.

thyssenkrupp Marine Unveils New Fuel Cell System

thyssenkrupp Marine Systems Unveils 4th Generation Fuel Cell System

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During its quadrennial SubCon submarine conference held in Kiel, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems unveiled the 4th Generation Fuel Cell (FC4G) for submarine applications after having finished an extensive test program with more than 70,000 operating hours in the test environment. This is an improvement of an already unrivalled and proven system.

EERA Hydrogen Plan

EERA JP Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Publishes its Implementation Plan up to 2030

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The EERA Joint Programme Fuel Cells and Hydrogen has updated its Implementation Plan, spanning now the period up to 2030

The overall objective of this Joint Programme (JP) is to align medium to long term pre-competitive research activities at EERA institutes and associated institutions to create a technical-scientific basis for further improvement of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) technologies and to guarantee enduring cutting-edge competence in Europe in the mid-long term.

Nikola Manufacturing Facility Announcement Manin1

Bosch and Hanwha Have Invested Over $230 Million in Phoenix Hydrogen-Electric Truck Maker Nikola

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PHOENIX, AZ  — As part of its ongoing fundraising effort, Nikola Corporation (NEE-KO-LA) is proud to announce two strategic investors from its prior funding rounds. Bosch and Hanwha have each invested at least $100 million, totaling $230 million.

Earlier this week, Nikola announced the lead investor, CNH Industrial, as part of its $1 billion Series D fundraising plan. The European company invested $250 million in the innovative Phoenix hydrogen-electric truck maker.

Ceres Weichai Power Fuel Cell Extender Bus for China

Ceres Power and Weichai Power Develop First Prototype Fuel Cell Range Extender for Chinese Bus Market 

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Ceres Power (AIM: CWR, “Ceres Power”, “Ceres”), a world leading developer of next generation fuel cell technology and Weichai Power (“Weichai”), one of the leading automobile and equipment manufacturing companies in China, are pleased to announce they have completed the development of a first prototype range extender for Chinese electric buses.

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