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Hannover Fair : AREVA H2Gen discloses the concept of a high-capacity hydrogen production plant

At the Hannover Fair, AREVA H2Gen reveals, on its booth, its innovating concept for a large capacity electrolysis plant (60 MW).  The company will also present a 1 MW "stack", the core of the technology. This type of electrolysis plant using PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) technology will serve several international markets, among which industry. The [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|General|Comments Off on Hannover Fair : AREVA H2Gen discloses the concept of a high-capacity hydrogen production plant

Amazon invests in a hydrogen company

Plug Power announced that it has reached an agreement with Amazon to utilize Plug Power fuel cells and hydrogen technology in its fulfillment network, instead of lead acid batteries to power electric industrial vehicles, such as the lift trucks Amazon uses in its fulfillment centers. At select center locations, the delivery company will begin powering its industrial [...]

By | April 6th, 2017|General|Comments Off on Amazon invests in a hydrogen company

GM and Honda name execs for their joint venture on hydrogen

The two car makers announced the executive structure for their recently established joint venture company, Fuel Cell System Manufacturing (FCSM). Suheb Haq of GM will serve as the first president of FCSM, and Tomomi Kosaka of Honda will be the new company’s vice president. Haq and Kosaka will be responsible for operations, overseeing the start-up of [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|General|Comments Off on GM and Honda name execs for their joint venture on hydrogen

Toyota Commences the Use of Fuel Cell Forklifts

The Japanese group announces today that it has started using two fuel cell forklifts, which have been manufactured by Toyota Industries Corporation, at its Motomachi Plant located in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, since January 31, 2017. Fuel cell forklifts, which utilizes hydrogen to generate electricity, have excellent environmental performance as they do not emit CO2 or [...]

By | February 2nd, 2017|General|Comments Off on Toyota Commences the Use of Fuel Cell Forklifts

Hydrogen Gas Cartridge Filter Using Graphene Film

Thomas Institute for Technology Research is announcing a unique, innovative, proprietary solution to filtering and separating hydrogen gas from all other gases using graphene selective absorption method. The TITR device is 4 inches long and 2 inches wide with 2 -.250 inch port. It's the world’s first known scientifically engineered inexpensive, small, portable, stand-alone hydrogen filtration [...]

By | January 5th, 2017|General|Comments Off on Hydrogen Gas Cartridge Filter Using Graphene Film

Hydrogen City : a vision for 2040

According to Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power, 2040 will be the year that hydrogen fuel cells are the power source of choice for all kinds of devices. However, even if hydrogen fuel cells are a great solution, they are not going to make economic sense for every application. Lithium-ion batteries and future battery chemistries, along with [...]

By | November 14th, 2016|General|Comments Off on Hydrogen City : a vision for 2040

The improvement in battery technologies will not solve the electric mobility issue

Battery-based solutions are useful for electric mobility. But when you expect too much from the technology, you tend to forget that physics is what it is, i.e. harsh and inescapable, and the economics of the system has its own laws too, as much harsh and inescapable. In 2005, the average cost of kWh for Lithium-Ion [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Automotive, General, Transport|Comments Off on The improvement in battery technologies will not solve the electric mobility issue

Hydrogen soon produced from algae ?

Tel Aviv University’s researchers discovered how to produce hydrogen from this kind of microscopic. The research was conducted by the School of Plant Sciences and Food Security at the TAU’s Faculty of Life Science and led by Dr. Iftach Yacoby. In the past, researchers were convinced that algae only produce hydrogen for just a few minutes [...]

By | October 16th, 2016|General|Comments Off on Hydrogen soon produced from algae ?

Tokyo opens Hydrogen Museum

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) and the Tokyo Environmental Public Service Corporation (TEPSC) are pleased to announce the opening of the Hydrogen Museum (Tokyo Suiso-miru). Since July 27th, this center welcomes visitors to promote information on hydrogen energy, through various interactive exhibits. For instance, it's possible to create hydrogen on demand, thanks to a bike linked to an electrolyzer. Located in [...]

By | August 10th, 2016|General|Comments Off on Tokyo opens Hydrogen Museum

Hydrogen gas oceans under seas ?

Rocks formed beneath the ocean floor by fast-spreading tectonic plates may be a large and previously overlooked source of free hydrogen gas (H2), a new Duke University study suggests. The finding could have far-ranging implications since scientists believe H2 might be the fuel source responsible for triggering life on Earth. And, if it were found [...]

By | July 21st, 2016|General|Comments Off on Hydrogen gas oceans under seas ?