Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

Finding practical hydrogen storage technologies for vehicles powered by fuel cells is the focus of a $682,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, awarded to Mike Chung, professor of materials science and engineering, Pennsylvania State University. Chung's recent research on superabsorbent polymers, which shows potential to aid in oil spill [...]
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Panasonic will begin selling its residential fuel-cell systems in the U.K. and Austria this year as it seeks to solidify its lead in a product category that some see as a stepping stone to harnessing hydrogen as the fuel of the future. Sales through German partner Viessmann Group will begin in [...]
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H2 Mobility Deutschland, a joint venture from Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, and Shell, has opened two new hydrogen fuel stations in Germany. The stations are located in Frankfurt and Wiesbaden. Germany's hydrogen fuel infrastructure has been growing quite quickly in recent years, largely due to the country's support of clean [...]
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The provincial government has decided to pursue potentially groundbreaking clean train technology as part of its plans to electrify the GO Transit network, the Star has learned. The province is set to officially launch the long-awaited study and public consultation process on electrifying GO lines under its regional express rail (RER) [...]
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In an effort to make fuel cells more portable and compliant for wearable applications, a multidisciplinary team of Chinese scientists has designed a stripped down version of an air-breathing Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) removing the heavy, rigid and bulky graphite or metal plates typically used in such fuel [...]
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