Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

AIDA Cruises plans to test the use of fuel cells (battery power) starting in 2021. The trial will take place in cooperation with Meyer Werft within the scope of the "Pa-X-ell 2" project promoted by Germany's Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. [...]
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FuelCell Energy recently said it will relaunch its sub-MW distributed generation solution to the European market with the SureSource 250 and SureSource 400 fuel cell systems. These fuel cells are manufactured in Torrington, Connecticut and assembled in Europe at FuelCell Energy's facility in Taufkirchen, Germany. [...]
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Bavaria is looking to switch to alternative forms of traction on diesel-operated lines in the medium to long-term. Under the Bavarian Rail Electromobility Strategy (Bess), which has been approved by the state government, pilot projects will be implemented using different types of alternative traction including batteries and hydrogen fuel cells. [...]
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The U.S. space program's plans to return to the moon are breathing new life into the agency's research on fuel cells and increasing the potential for commercial technology transfer here on Earth. Fifty years ago, humans first walked on the moon. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's long-range goals now call [...]
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Nel Hydrogen Electrolsyer, a subsidiary of Nel ASA, officially announced the launch of its A1000 alkaline electrolyzer. This new device is now part of the company's electrolyzer offering. [...]
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