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Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2015
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It's that time again, Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2015 (HFC2015) is set to occur in just over a year's time — don't miss your chance to participate. Mark your calendar as this event is scheduled for April 27 - April 28, 2015 at the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver.
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Retail-ready fuel-cell cars just 18 months away
Metro News
Fuel-cell vehicles have always had an aura of science fiction about them, even though the science has been around since 1850 or so, when Sir William Grove first mused about generating electricity by exploiting how electrons hold water together. Hyundai, Toyota, Honda, BMW and Mercedes-Benz have all officially announced intentions to have "retail ready" fuel-cell vehicles in showrooms within 18 to 24 months, depending on the market.
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Ballard Power among Nasdaq's biggest gainers as fuel cells win their day in the sun
Financial Post
Investors are recognizing that fuel cells have become a viable source of electricity. Cheap natural gas from shale and improved systems are making the systems easier to finance, while blackouts from natural disasters including Hurricane Sandy may boost demand. Fuel cells use gas or hydrogen to produce electricity through a chemical reaction.
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Excess wind power turned into gas in Denmark using hydrogenics technology
Global News Wire
Hydrogenics Corporation has announced that it will be a participating partner of the Power-to-Gas Biological Catalysis ("BioCat") Project in Denmark. The "BioCat" installation will use hydrogen made ​​from excess wind power to convert biogas from sewage sludge into cleaner methane gas. This new Danish energy project will illustrate how future energy systems can be better integrated.

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Fuel cells put in the frame with catalysts that need far less platinum
Chemistry World
U.S. scientists have created an exceptional fuel cell catalyst that contains far less platinum — conventional catalysts need 36 times more platinum to hit the same levels of activity. The manufacturing process, which was discovered by accident, uses simple techniques that the researchers believe can be easily scaled-up.

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The fracking boom causes a second look at fuel cell cars
Examiner
The abundance of natural gas brought about by the fracking revolution is causing some to take a second look at fuel cell powered cars. Most industrial hydrogen is generated by chemically reforming natural gas. In the early part of the current century, this looked to be economically problematic due to high natural gas prices.

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Proton OnSite to supply hydrogen in Hamburg
Digital Journal
Proton OnSite has been chosen to install an on-site hydrogen generator at one of the first hydrogen fuel cell stations in Germany's new nationwide H2Mobility refueling network. Connecticut-based Proton OnSite won a highly competitive application process to install a C-Series proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer in the new station in Hamburg, Germany as part of the overall solution being provided by H2 Logic.
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Honda hopes to see growing demand for fuel cell vehicles
Hydrogen Fuel News
Japanese automaker Honda has high hopes for hydrogen fuel cells and their use in clean transportation. The company is not alone, of course, as most major automakers have plans concerning the use of fuel cells in a new generation of vehicles. Many of these automakers have plans to launch their hydrogen-powered vehicles in 2015, but Honda believes that only a small number of fuel cell vehicles will be sold when they are officially launched.
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    Fuel cells put in the frame with catalysts that need far less platinum (Chemistry World)
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Excess wind power turned into gas in Denmark using hydrogenics technology (Global News Wire)

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Smartfuel fuels first hydrogen transit van
Gas World
Air Products welcomed the Commercial Group to its Smartfuel hydrogen fuelling station at Heathrow airport, London, on Jan. 20 to fuel the Group's first London-based hydrogen hybrid Ford Transit delivery van. The fuelling was one of many to come as Commercial Group will continue to use the Air Products Smartfuel station for its growing hydrogen hybrid delivery fleet.
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A future powered completely by renewable energy may be possible in the U.S.
Hydrogen Fuel News
A team of researchers from Stanford University have developed a plan wherein renewable energy would account for 100 per cent of the energy demand in the U.S. by 2050. The team, which is being led by civil engineer Mark Jacobson, believes that clean power has the potential to meet the country's energy needs. The energy plan developed by the research team serves as the backbone of The Solution Project, which is a non-profit organization that aims to support the transition toward renewable power.
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