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U.S. Navy launches new hydrogen fuel and solar energy project
Hydrogen Fuel News
The U.S. Navy has announced that it will begin field testing new solar energy and hydrogen fuel cell systems at the Naval Air Weapons Station in Ridgecrest, CA. The Navy has become a staunch supporter of both solar energy and hydrogen fuel and has highlighted these two forms of power as ideal ways to break away from traditional forms of energy.
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Biomass-derived syngas to power hydrogen fuel cell
Pulp & Paper Canada
Ballard Power Systems has announced the sale of a 175-kilowatt ClearGen distributed generation fuel cell system to the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe of Humboldt County, CA. The fuel cell system will be integrated with a biomass gasifier and syngas purification unit to form an integrated biomass-to-fuel cell power solution.
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Hydrogen fuel cells may be the future of mobile devices
Hydrogen Fuel News
Intelligent Energy, a leading energy company with a strong focus on hydrogen fuel cells, has announced its collaboration with Cable & Wireless Communications, a British multi-national telecommunications company. Through the partnership, the two companies will work together to test a new line of personal energy devices that are powered by hydrogen fuel cells developed by Intelligent Energy.
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SWARM project bringing 90 fuel cell vehicles to Birmingham, Bremen and Brussels
Fuel Cell Today
Air Liquide is to install three new high-capacity (40 fillings per day) hydrogen refuelling stations in Bremen (Germany), Birmingham (U.K.), and Brussels (Belgium) by 2014. The stations are being deployed as part of the European SWARM project — Small 4-Wheel fuel cell passenger vehicle Applications in Regional and Municipal transport.
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Ballard fuel cell to power Connecticut bus
Platinum Today
Ballard Power Systems will supply one of its fuel cell systems for a new public transport project in the U.S. The company has signed an agreement with the Center for Transportation and the Environment for a 150-kilowatt FCvelocityTM-HD6 fuel cell module to be integrated into a bus that will be deployed with CTTransit in Hartford, Connecticut.
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Hydrogen fuel cell locomotive gains ground in multiple applications
The Green Optimistic
Earlier hydrogen fuel cell locomotive technology lent itself to smaller applications, such as the BNSF Port of Los Angeles HH 1205 locomotive developed in Kansas. The small locomotive is used for shuttling other cars around the lot, but has been a perfect test bed for hydrogen fuel cell technology. Small, of course, is on the beginning, and if electric trains, such as the high-speed TGV, were the last major evolutionary step, the hydrogen fuel cell locomotive could very well be the next big step.
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Hydrogen golf cart put through its paces at UWC as part of HySA initiative
Engineering News
South Africa's first hydrogen-fuelled prototype golf cart is currently undergoing testing in the Western Cape. The cart is being put through its paces by the Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) Systems Competence Centre, based at the University of the Western Cape (UWC), in partnership with golf cart manufacturer Melex.
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Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell rolls off Ulsan production line
Paultan.org
Production of the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell began at the company's Ulsan manufacturing plant in Korea in January, making Hyundai the first automaker to begin commercial production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The first complete car rolled off the assembly line last month.
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Navy to field-test hydrogen fuel cell- and solar-powered military renewable energy system
Military & Aerospace Electronics
Military renewable energy experts in the U.S. Navy are testing a trailer-mounted regenerative fuel cell system that could save money and soldiers lives, Navy officials say. The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station in Ridgecrest, CA, are evaluating a system that consists of a fuel cell and an array of solar panels that can be towed behind ground vehicles and generate about 5,000 watts of electricity.

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Hydrogen power viable by mid-2020s
Motoring.com
A hydrogen power consortium in the U.K. predicts that hydrogen will reach mainstream status among automotive fuels by midway through next decade. In the first of a series of scheduled SWOT-analysis reports to help facilitate commercial rollout of a hydrogen vehicle fleet and supporting infrastructure, UKH2Mobility has predicted that its feasible for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles to find commercial critical mass by 2025. The group projects a thirty-fold sales increase over a decade, from around 10,000 units a year in 2020 to 100,000 in 2025.

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North van electric vehicle advocate takes on gas-addicted society
North Shore News
With almost every major auto manufacturer mass-producing EVs or plug-in hybrids that have the ability to get the average commuter to work and home and then some on a single charge, is it time to consider a switch? Yes, says Bruce Stout, a North Vancouver resident and president of the Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association.

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Carmakers join forces to develop fuel-cell technology
Business Car
Ford, Renault-Nissan and Daimler have signed an agreement to develop fuel-cell electric vehicle technology that could bring such cars to market by 2017. The move is intended to speed up availability of FCEVs and significantly reduce the investment costs, and is expected to lead the launch of the world's first affordable, mass market FCEVs as early as 2017, according to the alliance.
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