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NOW Leader to Speak at HFC 2015 in Vancouver April 27/28, 2015
CHFCA
Dr, Klaus Bonhoff, head of Europe's leading hydrogen and fuel cell agency NOW, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for HFC 2015 International Summit in Vancouver, Canada.

Since 2008, Dr. Bonhoff has been Managing Director (Chair) of NOW GmbH National Organization Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology. In addition he is an honorary member of the board of trustees of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Freiburg) and the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart) as well as on the advisory boards of erdgas mobil (Berlin) and NEXT ENERGY EWE-Forschungszentrum für Energietechnologie e. V. (Oldenburg).

CHFCA is honoured to add another major international figure in the fuel cell industry to our growing list of speakers for HFC 2015.
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Hyundai ix35 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to be put to the test in Norway
Fleet News
Eight Hyundai ix35 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will be put to the test in Oslo, Norway during 2015 as part of Hydrogen Transport in European Cities (HyTEC) project. The vehicles will complement the consortium's activities in Copenhagen and London, where fuelling stations and fleets of passenger cars and taxis have been deployed to demonstrate the viability of hydrogen technology as a low carbon transport solution.
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HyperSolar Comments on Japan's commitment to hydrogen fuel for residential use
Stockhouse
HyperSolar, Inc., the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, today commented on Japan's recent announcements pertaining to its dedication to residential hydrogen fuel implementation, seeking to add 5.3 million units, or 10 per cent of all Japanese households, by 2030. Backed by major Japanese manufacturers, including Panasonic, Corp., Japan is aggressively pursuing a model that would provide hydrogen-powered home fuel cells.
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DOE to fund the advancement of hydrogen fuel cell technology for transportation
Hydrogen Fuel News
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that it will be investing more than $55 million into the development and deployment of new vehicle technology. This investment is meant to support the growth of the clean transportation space, with a specific focus on hydrogen fuel cells and their manufacture. Fuel cells have become quite popular in the auto industry, where they are being used to power new vehicles that produce zero harmful emissions.
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Is hydrogen fuel-cell Toyota Mirai a Tesla (TSLA) killer?
Investor Place
Later this year, Toyota Motor Corp will release a very special car. The Toyota Mirai, humbly priced at about $45,000 after incentives, is Toyota's first major venture into hydrogen fuel cell cars. And believe it or not, the zero-emission Toyota Mirai could pose a very real threat to Elon Musk's Tesla Motors Inc, and ultimately, the TSLA stock price.
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Toyota seeks more hydrogen fuel cell cars for USA
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Toyota's hydrogen fuel-cell car hasn't even gone on sale yet, but executives say they are already ordering more. Since the car, to be called the Mirai, made its debut late last year, Toyota has received about 16,000 "hand raisers" in the USA — expressions of interest in obtaining one. The cars will be leased for $499 a month.

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Japan spending big on hydrogen fuel ahead of Olympics
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Green Car Reports says the Japanese government is planning to spend $385,000,000 on hydrogen fuel infrastructure ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The money will be used to construct 35 hydrogen fueling stations in and around Tokyo. The government also wants Toyota and Honda to have at least 6,000 hydrogen powered fuel cell vehicles on the road in Japan by then.

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Making hydrogen from ethanol
Alt Energy Stocks
Cars powered by fuel cells or batteries are only as clean as the electricity used to produce the power source. Proponents of hydrogen fuel cells argue that fuel cells have an edge over batteries, because hydrogen can ultimately be made cleaner with innovations in hydrogen production. Steam reforming of natural gas is the most common source of hydrogen and for the most part it is still the most cost-effective process for large-scale production of hydrogen.

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New fuel cell technology to use proprietary hydrogen-on-demand technology with aim to replace current battery technology
AzO Cleantech
Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology recent advancements lead to new opportunities for Industry Leaders as the current market demand for fuel cell technology grows at a rapid pace. Fuel Cell/Energy Companies in focus to today are: Neah Power Systems, Inc., Plug Power Inc, Clean Energy Fuels Corp., Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited, FuelCell Energy Inc., Ballard Power Systems.
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French fleet deploys hydrogen range extended vans
EV Fleet World
Conseil Général de la Manche has deployed the first five of a fleet of 40 Renault Kangoo Z.E. vans fitted with Symbio FCell’s hydrogen fuel cell range extender. The la Manche region has one of the only hydrogen fuel cell stations in France, which will be used to refill the 1.8kg tank on the vehicles. Symbio FCell's technology only charges the battery when it drops below a set level, extending the Kangoo Z.E.'s range by around 110 miles.
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