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The 7th International Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2015 Summit (HFC 2015) — April 27-28, 2015
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We are pleased to announce that Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt, President of Truckenbrodt Clean Energy Consulting (TCEC) and Chairman of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, has agreed to be a guest speaker at HFC 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada this coming April 27-28, 2015.
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Hydrogen-powered Honda fuel cell vehicle to arrive in 2016
CTV News
Honda's FCV Concept gave attendees of the Detroit Autoshow a good look at what the automaker's production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle will look like when it goes on sale in 2016. After its initial release in Japan in March 2016, the FCV will likely be heading to U.S. shores, given Honda has already committed close to $14 million to help build hydrogen refueling stations in California.
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Japan eases laws, boosts incentives for hydrogen fuel-cell cars
Green Car Reports
The Japanese government plans to aggressively promote hydrogen fuel-cell cars, by easing regulations related to the technology, constructing more fueling stations, and boosting incentives. It's a move also intended to encourage widespread use of fuel cells beyond the automotive sector. The plan to ease fuel-cell rules was discussed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe after a test drive of the 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen car at his official residence, according to Bloomberg.
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New material, technique efficiently produce hydrogen, syngas fuel feedstock
R&D Mag
A team of chemical engineering researchers has developed a technique that uses a new catalyst to convert methane and water into hydrogen and a fuel feedstock called syngas with the assistance of solar power. The catalytic material is more than three times more efficient at converting water into hydrogen gas than previous thermal water-splitting methods. "We're excited about the new material and process because it converts water, inexpensive natural gas and clean, renewable solar energy into valuable syngas and hydrogen fuels," says Feng He, a graduate student in the laboratory of Prof. Fanxing Li at NC State and lead author of two articles describing the material and process.
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Hydrogen stations in California: How many needed as fuel-cell cars arrive?
Green Car Reports
Wiithin two years, some Californians will be able to lease or buy a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle from at least three well-known carmakers: Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota. Their state is working hard to ensure that those drivers will have sites at which they can fuel those vehicles. California's plans for opening hydrogen fueling stations were detailed yesterday by Bob Carter, Toyota's senior vice president for automotive operations.
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Project underway to develop fuel-cell recycling process
Edie.net
Work has begun on the development of a new recycling process to recover and re-use high-value materials from waste fuel-cells. The purpose of the Recover project is to realise the technical and financial practicability of recovering and re-using high-value materials from fuel-cell membrane electrode assemblies and work out if there is potential for a new U.K.-based global recycling business.

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Plug Power Inc on track to hit $130 million revenue in 2015
Value Walk
Plug Power shares ticked up 1.33 per cent after upbeat comments from the company's CEO Andy Marsh. Plug Power recently revealed that it has signed a $20 million multi-year contract with SouthernLINC Wireless, a unit of The Southern Company. It will provide ReliOn integrated fuel cell backup stations and GenFuel hydrogen services to SouthernLINC Wireless.

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2020 Olympic Village will be powered by hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
The 2020 Olympic Village in Japan will be one of the most futuristic iterations of the special home made for the athletes competing in the Olympics. The village will be powered entirely by hydrogen fuel cells, serving as an opportunity for Japan to showcase the potential of a population center that is completely dependent on renewable energy. The village will be based in Tokyo, where fuel cells have already begun to see use as residential energy systems.

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Upp hydrogen fuel cell charges your gadgets
SlashGear
There have been several hydrogen chargers that have hit the market over the last few years seeking to keep your gadgets charged without needing a battery or a power outlet. A new hydrogen charger has turned up called the Upp and it has a higher power capacity than similar chargers that have come before it. The Upp has a power capacity of 25Wh, which is about twice the capacity of similar chargers that came before it.
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Solaris electric bus also packs a hydrogen fuel cell
Gas2
What is 80 feet long, has 14 wheels, three electric motors, several tons of batteries and an onboard fuel cell? That would have to be the concept electric bus from Poland's Solaris corporation. The bus is powered entirely by electric motors. Its batteries are designed to be charged from an external source but it also has an onboard fuel cell in case the battery pack gets discharged before the bus can get to a charging station.
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