Japan – Australia Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain Pilot Project starts construction of Brown Coal Gasification and Gas-Refining Facility
Oslo–Nel ASA (“Nel”) reported all-time high revenues of NOK 148.9 million (116.0) in the third quarter of 2019, in line with company outlook, and an order backlog of NOK 575 million. The order backlog grew 58%, compared to the end of the third quarter of 2018, and Nel reiterates the strong market outlook.
LONG BEACH, Calif.— Mr. Andy Marsh, CEO of Latham, New York-based fuel cell manufacturer Plug Power, received the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Industry Executive Award for 2019 at the biannual Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy Exposition (FCS&EE), the largest and longest-running gathering of the international fuel cell and hydrogen industry in North America.
LONG BEACH, Calif.— A coalition of major oil & gas, power, automotive, fuel cell, and hydrogen companies have come together to develop a Road Map to a US Hydrogen Economy.
La Motte Fanjas (France)—McPhy (Euronext Paris Compartment C: MCPHY, FR0011742329), a specialist in hydrogen production and distribution equipment, today announces the launch of a capital increase via the issuance of new ordinary shares without preferential subscription rights for certain categories of investors, of approximately €8 million, as well as a warrant allocation project for all shareholders to enable them to subsequently participate in the capital increase operation. A request to list the new shares will be made to Euronext.
Eco-technologies are no longer the privilege of specialist engineers and entrepreneurs. If the Green economy is to blossom appropriately, universal education from those able and willing to successfully communicate with all, through all generations and all branches of the populace, is now the key.
Korea Builds Hydrogen Plant that Converts Carbon Monoxide (CO) to Hydrogen Using Marine MicroorganismsNovember 6, 2019
A hydrogen plant capable of operating 2,200 hydrogen cars per year was built -Converting carbon monoxide (CO) to eco-friendly hydrogen energy using marine microorganisms
- Agreement to optimize carbonate fuel cell technology for large-scale carbon capture
- ExxonMobil exploring opportunities to deploy technology within its operations
IRVING, Texas & DANBURY, Conn.–ExxonMobil and FuelCell Energy, Inc. said today they have signed a new, two-year expanded joint-development agreement to further enhance carbonate fuel cell technology for the purpose of capturing carbon dioxide from industrial facilities.