Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL: Market launch of the worlds first electric vehicle featuring fuel cell and plug-in hybrid technology

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Combined hydrogen consumption: 0.34 kg/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, combined electrical consumption: 13.7 kWh/100 km* Berlin–Mercedes-Benz is setting a further milestone on the road to emission-free driving with the handover of the first GLC F-CELL vehicles to selected customers in the German market. The Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL (combined hydrogen consumption: 0.34 kg/100 km,…

PitPoint to Build Public Hydrogen Refuelling Station in Arnhem

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Station will Become Third Publicly Accessible Hydrogen Refuelling Station in the Netherlands Together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the province of Gelderland and the municipality of Arnhem, clean fuel provider PitPoint will build and operate a public hydrogen refuelling station in Arnhem – the third one in the Netherlands. The new station is set to open…

Enapter is Taking Green Hydrogen Electrolysis to the Next Level – with the New Electrolyser “EL 2.0”

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PISA, Italy–Enapter today revealed its new generation of green hydrogen electrolysers, the EL 2.0. Electrolysers split water into oxygen and hydrogen, a technology that is poised to contribute significantly to greening energy systems globally. “It is Enapter’s first birthday this week, and we are thrilled to present our newest product”, says Chairman Sebastian-Justus Schmidt at…

McPhy to Install its 15th Hydrogen Station for the Communauté de Communes Touraine Vallée de l’Indre

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15th hydrogen station, bringing McPhy’s stations’ daily potential to 52,500km of zero-emission mobility Touraine Vallée de l’Indre is launching a pioneering project driving zero-emission mobility: HYSOPARC La Motte-Fanjas, November 12, 2018 – McPhy (Euronext Paris Compartment C: MCPHY, FR0011742329), a specialist in hydrogen production, storage and distribution equipment, today announces that it is to install its 15th hydrogen…

Breakthrough Fuel Cell Promises to Abate Methane/Noise Problems at Well-Heads

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ALPHARETTA, Ga.– FCET (Fuel Cell Enabling Technologies, Inc.) has taken major steps toward bringing its breakthrough fuel cell technology to oil and gas well-head sites, helping solve the dual problems of methane emissions and noise pollution that plague many of these sites. Many oil and gas producing wells run on electricity produced by generators with methane…

New Material Cleans and Splits Water into Hydrogen

By | News, Research News | No Comments November 11, 2018

Researchers at EPFL’s Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering have developed a photocatalytic system based on a material in the class of metal-organic frameworks. The system can be used to degrade pollutants present in water while simultaneously producing hydrogen that can be captured and used further. Some of the most useful and versatile materials today…

Microbial Fuel Cell Technology that Turns Urine into Electricity Commercialised Through Spin Out Company

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A spin out venture has been formed to commercialise technology developed at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) that converts urine and other types of wastewater into electricity. Robial, a social enterprise, will advance the innovative PEE POWER® technology that emerged from a PhD research project at the university 17 years ago….

HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH wins WIWIN Award

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Top-class jury awards HPS as the best and most sustainable startup in Germany HPS wins an investment of half a million euros High synergies with WIWIN in marketing and sales expected Berlin–HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH (HPS), the Berlin-based provider of integrated systems for storing and using solar energy for single-family homes, which fulfills their…

Scientists Unravel the Mysteries of Polymer Strands in Fuel Cells

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From the Journal: The Journal of Chemical Physics WASHINGTON, D.C.– Hydrogen fuel cells offer an attractive source of continuous energy for remote applications, from spacecraft to remote weather stations. Fuel cell efficiency decreases as the Nafion membrane, used to separate the anode and cathode within a fuel cell, swells as it interacts with water.  A Russian…