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New technology in fuel cells — what many have been waiting for
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Whether you are using a fuel-cell or a battery, efficient electrodes are the best and most useful. A new material has been introduced by Korean and American scientists for electrodes which reduces oxygen by-product and can provide a cheaper and longer lasting alternative power to what is now in use. More

Singapore unveils a clean place for clean tech
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Singapore's CleanTech Park, located near Jurong West, is being developed to house clean technology companies in a central location and encourage greater research and development in renewables. CleanTech Park is situated within a 50 hectare site adjacent to the Nanyang Technological University. It is managed by JTC Corporation, a Singaporean industrial infrastructure specialist in planning, promotion and development. More

Siemens electrolyser to help turn carbon into syngas at coal power station
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A 100 kW Siemens AG PEM water electrolyser is to be demonstrated at RWE's Coal Innovation Centre in Niederaussem, Germany, as part of a power-to-gas demonstration project. The CO2RRECT project, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, brings together utility RWE, Siemens, chemicals firm Bayer, and a number of universities and research institutes. Its aim is to develop a process for converting CO2 from the flue gases of power stations into synthesis gas (syngas), a versatile industrial raw material, using hydrogen. More

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Fuel cell buses coming to Hawaii volcanoes
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is to begin using two hybrid battery–fuel cell visitor shuttle buses early this year, reports the Hawaii Tribune-Herald. The shuttles were shipped from Kansas to Honolulu last year and are currently undergoing a conversion process at the Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies, including fitting of the electric motors and fuel cells. The buses will operate in a two-year trial, running every 20 minutes between 9 am and 3 pm every day, and will be free for Park visitors. More

U.S. fuel cell bus milestone
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AC Transit, a public transit provider located in the East Bay area of California, recently announced that its fuel cell bus fleet has accumulated more than 550,000 miles and carried more than 1.8 million people — a major milestone! AC Transit has operated fuel cell buses in regular bus service since the early 2000s and currently leads a group of regional transit agencies (AC Transit, Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans, VTA, and Muni) called Zero Emission Bay Area (ZEBA) that currently operates 12 zero-emission fuel cell buses in real-world service throughout the region. More

Hydrogen powered cars abundant by 2015
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In just a few years, car manufacturers like Hyundai, Toyota, and Honda are set to make cars run on hydrogen fuel cells, otherwise known as FCEV (fuel cell electric vehicle), commonplace in the automotive industry. The Asian Pacific region has been long pushing for and developing cars run on fuel cells powered by hydrogen. Despite heavy investments and the popularity of the idea with the public, car manufacturers have yet to successfully commercialize hydrogen-fueled vehicles. There are some being used in fleets in urban areas and a few concept cars, but the average driver as of yet does not have commercial access. More

Hydrogen fuel experts agree on collaboration with German giant
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Energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power has signed a deal with AEG Power Solutions to integrate the two companies' technologies. Sheffield-based ITM has developed electrolyser technology which, in its simplest terms, produces hydrogen by passing a current through water. Meanwhile, AEG PS has extensive experience of using power electronics in renewable energy plants to change the voltage, current or frequency of electric power. More

Hobbled by high cost, hydrogen fuel cells will be a modest $3 billion market in 2030
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The dream of a hydrogen economy envisioned for decades by politicians, economists, and environmentalists is no nearer, with hydrogen fuel cells turning a modest $3 billion market of about 5.9 GW in 2030, says Lux Research. Although the cost of hydrogen impacts fuel cell market adoption, hydrogen fuel accounts for only 35 per cent of the total cost of ownership (TCO) for stationary applications and 21 per cent of the TCO for mobile applications, with fuel cell capital costs and membrane replacement costs making up most of the difference. More

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