Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

Sustainable Development Technology Canada has announced that it will be providing British Columbia's Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation (AFCC) with $10 million in new funding. AFCC has been working on developing fuel cells and providing support for this technology since 2008 and has even received backing from automakers Ford and Daimler. [...]
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A recent workshop in Frankfurt on fuel cell-based micro-CHP units focused attention on efforts in Germany and across Europe to emulate the success of the technology in Japan. Europe has been waiting patiently for a mass roll-out of micro-CHP units aimed at providing heat and power for individual homes since [...]
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Swedish retailer Ikea is known for selling affordable home furnishings, but it could just as easily be known for its commitment to renewable energy. A little less than five years after Ikea began using a solar array on its roof, the 311,000-square-foot store on Sargent Drive has begun using a fuel [...]
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Hydrogen is contained in abundance in biomass waste — basically whatever is left over after plants stop growing. Corn stalks, switchgrass, lawn clippings, and food waste are all forms of biomass. Scientists know how to use biomass to make hydrogen but the process requires very high temperatures which means a [...]
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The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is pleased to announce that online reservation is now available at www.hfc2017.com/register for the upcoming Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2017 International Summit at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver, B.C. (June 5-6, 2017). [...]
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