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France: The HyPort Project Receives the Support of ADEME

By | News | No Comments July 16, 2019

The HyPort project, run by the company of the same name, is the first dossier finalized within the framework of the ADEME call for projects “H2 Mobility Ecosystem”.

The agency has targeted its support for the “hydrogen airport ecosystem” part of Toulouse-Blagnac with a proposed support of more than € 5 million for the production, distribution and mobile use segments: buses, light commercial vehicles and for private individuals. 

Fraunhofer ISE Compares Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Battery and Fuel Cell Vehicles

By | News | No Comments July 15, 2019

In order to achieve the climate protection goals, the transport sector must drastically reduce the greenhouse gas emissions caused by the use of fossil fuels. But how big is the greenhouse gas footprint of alternative propulsion concepts?

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE conducted a life cycle comparison of electric and fuel cell vehicles in a study commissioned by H2 Mobility Deutschland.

Doosan and Ceres Power Sign Collaboration and Licensing Agreement to Develop Fuel Cell Power Systems

By | News | No Comments July 15, 2019
  • Ceres and Doosan will work together to develop a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) power system, for the commercial building market
  • Agreement worth £8 million to Ceres over two years
  • South Korea is one of the world’s leading fuel cell markets, and Doosan is already one of the world’s largest developers of fuel cell power systems

Seoul, South Korea and Horsham UK.South Korea’s Doosan and UK fuel cell technology specialist, Ceres Power, have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly develop highly efficient fuel cell power systems.

H2SHIPS Sets Sail

By | News | No Comments July 15, 2019

Hydrogen propulsion technologies are nearing market maturity, while still being too expensive to compete with fossil fuel based alternatives. However, their advantages over conventional combustion engines are considerable: Hydrogen can be converted into mechanical or electrical energy completely free of any emission. In addition, hydrogen propulsion system operates silently and requires less maintenance.