Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

A new innovation from Vancouver's Ballard Power Systems and Japanese cleantech firm Nisshinbo Holdings could make fuel cells dramatically cheaper to produce. Proton exchange membrane fuel cells are high efficiency power sources used in vehicles and portable power and backup power applications. [...]
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The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority is adding two more buses to its 11-bus fleet of electric buses powered by hydrogen fuel cells. A $1.75 million grant from the Federal Transit Administration will pay for the buses, which produce no emissions other than water and carbon dioxide, and which do not [...]
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Europe could boost its energy security through existing hydrogen and fuel cell technology, according to industry experts. The discussion took place at a recent conference in Tallinn, Estonia titled The Role of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology in Delivering Energy Security for Europe. The conference was organized by Estonia's [...]
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Toyota Motor and Honda Motor are collaborating with Shell Oil to install seven hydrogen refueling stations in Northern California. The California Energy Commission awarded a grant of more than $16 million to Shell subsidiary Equilon Enterprises for the project. [...]
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Nikola Motor, the Utah-based company that is working on building heavy-duty transport trucks using hybrid hydrogen-electric powertrains, recently announced that it's partnering with global automotive industry supply leader Bosch to design and build said powertrains. The company also revealed the first ever image of its Nikola Two truck design (above), [...]
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