Linde to Build and Operate World's First Hydrogen Refueling Station for Passenger Trains
Toshiba's megawatt fuel cells have enough juice to power a factory: Hydrogen system bolsters Japan's efforts toward renewables
Microsoft successfully tests hydrogen fuel cells for backup power at datacenters
Microsoft tests hydrogen fuel cells for backup power at datacenters
Publish Date: 7/27/2020
Internal conversations about how to secure this infrastructure have led to discussions about the role Microsoft could play in spurring the hydrogen economy, Janous noted.
BMW’s X5 SUV Will Get a Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Version in 2022; Carmaker is sticking to strategy of making all drive types
The technology “could have the potential to become another pillar in the portfolio of BMW,” Chief Executive Officer Oliver Zipse said.
For job growth, boost hydrogen infrastructure
Hydrogen-injected natural gas to heat homes in Alberta city next year; Pilot project comes as the provincial government works on a strategy for growing the hydrogen industry
The World’s Biggest Green Hydrogen Plant Is Planned For California. Its Prospects For Electric Power And Transportation?
CTE Releases Guidebook for Deploying Zero-Emission Transit Buses
Hexagon granted funding by the U.S Department of Energy
Hexagon has been granted USD 2.6 million in initial funding by the U.S Department of Energy to research how carbon fiber and composite structure can be optimized to reduce hydrogen and natural gas storage tank costs.
This Female Engineer is Paving the Way for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
GM Statement on Fuel Cell Development
GM is committed to fuel cells as a complement to battery-electric propulsion. We are fully engaged with our partner, Honda, to commercialize the world’s best fuel cell technology for use by both companies across a range of applications. These fuel cells will be manufactured in Brownstown, Michigan as previously announced. Our commercialization commitment and timing for fuel cells remains unchanged. In fact, we are currently installing the manufacturing equipment in our Brownstown facility. Like our Ultium battery vehicle programs, the timing of our fuel cell program has not been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hexagon Purus receives first contract to provide hydrogen transport modules in the US
Linde Signs MoU with China Power to Develop Green Hydrogen Energy in China
IHS Markit: Production of Carbon-Free “Green” Hydrogen Could Be Cost Competitive by 2030
“Costs for producing green hydrogen have fallen 50% since 2015 and could be reduced by an additional 30% by 2025 due to the benefits of increased scale and more standardized manufacturing, among other factors,” said Simon Blakey, IHS Markit Senior Advisor, Global Gas.
PLUG POWER ANNOUNCES COMMERCIAL LAUNCH OF GENSURE HP FUEL CELL PLATFORM; New High Power Stationary Fuel Cell Systems Designed for Large-Scale Backup Power Applications Including Data Centers, Energy Storage Systems, and Microgrids
Plug Power Inc. announced the launch of its GenSure HP (high power) platform, a line of zero-emission stationary fuel cell systems designed for large-scale, high power backup power applications. This product line is focused on the largest segments in the $15 billion stationary power available market. Initially available in power output configurations ranging from 500 kilowatts (kW) to 1.5 megawatts (MW), the new GenSure HP platform offers a reliable and rapidly deployable solution for power-hungry data centers, energy storage systems, microgrids, and other high power commercial facilities.
Korea should partner with Germany for hydrogen economy: report
A Hydrogen Strategy for a climate neutral Europe
A number of Member States have identified renewable and low-carbon hydrogen as a strategic element of their National Energy and Climate Plans. These plans will have to be taken into account when designing the national recovery and resilience plans in the context of new Recovery and Resilience Facility.
Solar provides fertile ground for ‘green’ hydrogen chemical plant
South Korea to spend $95 billion on green projects to boost economy
South Korea outlined a plan on Tuesday to spend 114.1 trillion won (£75.38 billion, $85 billion) on a “New Deal” to create jobs and help the economy recover from the coronavirus fallout, anchored in part by “green” investment in electric vehicles and hydrogen cars.
Canada: Saskatchewan pilots hydrogen to fuel the future
Bloom Energy Announces Initial Strategy for Hydrogen Market Entry
Launches New Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Product for Renewable Hydrogen Production Scheduled for Commercial Deployment in 2021; Projects Cost Parity with Gasoline
SunLine’s fleet will be emission free by 2035; The transit agency’s board of directors approved a plan that will convert SunLine’s full fleet to zero-emission vehicles five years ahead of a California mandate.
The final fleet composition – 67 fixed route fuel-cell buses, 18 fixed route battery-electric buses and 39 paratransit fuel-cell vehicles – was determined to maximize performance and minimize cost.