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Electrofuels Innovator Infinium™ Announces Strategic Partnership With Industry Leader ENGIE for One of the Largest Announced Commercial Scale E-Fuels Facilities in Europe

By | News, USA | No Comments February 7, 2022 | 3 min read February 7, 2022 | 3 min read
  • New ‘Reuze’ project will convert more than 300,000 tons of carbon dioxide waste annually into e-fuels for shipping and aviation in Europe
  • French utilities provider ENGIE reinforces commitment to ultra-low carbon electrofuels technology from Infinium

SACRAMENTO – Infinium, a leader in electrofuels, announced a strategic partnership with ENGIE to develop a facility that would produce ultra-low carbon Infinium electrofuels at scale for the local transportation industry. The new ‘Reuze’ project includes the development of one of Europe’s largest announced CO2 conversion hubs, located in France, which will enable the conversion of hundreds of thousands of tons of CO2 emissions from ArcelorMittal into clean electrofuels for the European market.  

Fuel Cells Works, Doosan Fuel Cell Teams With Shell and KSOE for Maritime Fuel Cell Development and Demonstration

Doosan Fuel Cell Teams With Shell and KSOE for Maritime Fuel Cell Development and Demonstration

By | News, USA | No Comments February 7, 2022 | 3 min read February 7, 2022 | 3 min read
  • It aims to commercialize maritime fuel cells in 2025, thereby proactively responding to action on cutting greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.
  • The consortium will accommodate ship owners and maritime classification societies.

Doosan Fuel Cell rolls its sleeves to develop and demonstrate green marine fuel cells, teaming up with Shell, a global energy company.

Fuel Cells Works, New Polymer Fuel Cells Can Operate at Higher Temperatures

New Polymer Fuel Cells Can Operate at Higher Temperatures

By | News, Research News, USA | No Comments February 6, 2022 | 4 min read February 6, 2022 | 4 min read
  • The new hydrogen fuel cell technology could help cut carbon emissions

A new high-temperature polymer fuel cell that operates at 80-160 degrees Celsius, with a higher-rated power density than state-of-the-art fuel cells, solves the longstanding problem of overheating, one of the most significant technical barriers to using medium-and heavy-duty fuel cells in transportation vehicles such as trucks and buses.

Fuel Cells Works, University of Delaware Researchers Have Broken New Ground That Could Bring More Environmentally Friendly Fuel Cells Closer to Commercialization

University of Delaware Researchers Have Broken New Ground That Could Bring More Environmentally Friendly Fuel Cells Closer to Commercialization

By | News, USA | No Comments February 5, 2022 | 6 min read February 5, 2022 | 6 min read
  • UD researchers report hyper-efficient method for removing carbon dioxide from air

University of Delaware engineers have demonstrated a way to effectively capture 99% of carbon dioxide from air using a novel electrochemical system powered by hydrogen.

Fuel Cells Works, SwRI adds Capability for Testing Hydrogen and Natural Gas Blends

SwRI adds Capability for Testing Hydrogen and Natural Gas Blends

By | News, USA | No Comments February 4, 2022 | 4 min read February 4, 2022 | 4 min read

Southwest Research Institute has upgraded its test equipment to allow for testing the effects of transporting natural gas and hydrogen blends in the same pipeline. The latest capability will help clients research hydrogen-based solutions to understand if infrastructure for climate-warming greenhouse gases can be transitioned to handle more sustainable resources.

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