100 hydrogen refuelling stations in Germany by 2020 – this goal is close to becoming a reality. Today 70 hydrogen refuelling stations are operating, with another 30 being constructed. The development of a customer-focussed infrastructure for vehicles using hydrogen and fuel cell technology will however, continue beyond 2019. The next milestone: 400 hydrogen refuelling stations by 2025.
In tests at DLR (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt), the Jupiter hydrogen fuel cell-based energy solution developed by SFC Energy and adKor proves its power supply robustness in outdoor telecom and BOS digital radio systems.
Reliable full-load operation at temperatures from -33 °C to +46 °C.
SFC Energy presents autonomous energy solutions from 40 W to 20 kW at Intersolar /The smarter E Europe, booth C2.518.
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany– SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, has reached another important milestone in the commercialization of reliable off-grid and back-up power solutions for demanding applications:
One of SARTA’s distinctive hydrogen fuel cell-powered buses will embark on the second leg of what is about to become the International Borrow a Bus tour on Wednesday, May 15. The bus will be trailered to Naperville, IL where it will be displayed at the Green Drives Conference and Expo before departing for appearances in Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, Canada before heading home to Canton.
PV3 Technologies Secures Funding Support from European Regional Development Fund, via Aerospace Cornwall
PV3 Technologies has received support for its innovation project to develop advanced coatings for use in lightweight fuel cells of the type used in long range UAV’s. Project ‘Fly’ will focus on innovations that will increase the range of fuel cell-powered UAVs, and the manufacturing technology required to deliver the innovation at large scale.
Over the next few years, the Duisburg-based institute ZBT is investing more than € 5 million in the “HyTechLab4NRW – Integrated Laboratory for Hydrogen Technology in North Rhine-Westphalia”. This substantial expansion of the ZBT in the field of laboratory and measuring technology is made possible by the funding competition “Research Infrastructures” of the Operational Program of North Rhine-Westphalia for the promotion of investment in growth and employment from the European Regional Development Fund.
Acquisition Marks Iwatani’s Entry into U.S. Market
SANTA CLARA, California and OSAKA, Japan–Iwatani Corporation of America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Iwatani Corporation (8088: Tokyo Stock Exchange) announced on May 13 that it has recently acquired four hydrogen-refueling stations in California from Messer (formerly Linde, LLC). The stations are Open Retail Stations providing hydrogen fuel to consumers in support of rapidly growing demand for zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
Bosch fuel cell to need same amount of platinum as in diesel car
New Toyota Mirai to cut platinum by two thirds-consultant
Wide uptake of fuel cells may balance losses from diesel
LONDON, (Reuters) – Global automotive supplier Bosch expects platinum to play only a minor role in its new fuel cells, giving precious metal markets scant benefit even as the technology gains momentum for pollution-free transport.
According to Reuters calculations, Bosch would only need a tenth of the platinum used in current fuel cell vehicles.
Increases the Company’s generation portfolio to 26.1 megawatts
Fuel cell park is one of the largest producers of renewable energy credits in CT
Financing provided by Liberty Bank, Fifth Third Bank and the Connecticut Green Bank
DANBURY, Conn.— FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL), a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy, today announced that it has closed on the acquisition of the 14.9 megawatt fuel cell park in Bridgeport, CT with Dominion Energy.