Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

The idea of a hydrogen-fueled BMW might seem like a novelty to some, but diehard fans of the brand will probably remember the bonkers H2R concept equipped with a V12 engine that set nine world records in the first half of the previous decade. Several years later, a limited-run Hydrogen [...]
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ISS Aerospace, the UK's leading developer of autonomous aerial systems, has unveiled the Sensus, a pioneering, modular hydrogen fuel cell UAV platform. Designed for a range of surveying and environmental monitoring applications, the Sensus is the first "off-the-shelf" UAV of its kind — providing an adaptable, modular platform that can be [...]
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The expansion Plug Power has planned at its $3.7 million factory in Rochester's Eastman Business Park, includes new engineering and administrative offices, a warehouse and a research and development laboratory space. The Rochester factory isn't just any ordinary factory. Opened less than a year ago, at this facility, Plug Power [...]
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An interesting energy storage twist on zero emission hydrogen fuel has been bubbling up under the CleanTechnica radar for a few years, and it's time to play catch-up. The idea is to use liquid formic acid — HCO2H — to store hydrogen. That could be a significant development in terms [...]
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There's a common refrain used to dismiss the viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel. It goes something like this: Hydrogen: it's the fuel of the future... and it always will be. Sure it's cynical, but for decades the affront has rung true. That position is quickly changing, however, as [...]
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