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Greenlight integrates Kuka robot for automated hydrogen fuel cell component manufacture
Greenlight Innovation
Greenlight Innovation announces the successful delivery of an integrated robotic assembly system specific to fuel cell manufacturing. The automated system was developed for a leading automotive manufacturer to support their advancement into hydrogen fuel cell mass production. The custom Greenlight solution features a turntable with 3 stations; an operator load/unload station, a robotic applicator station, and an infrared curing station.
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First hydrogen-powered car hits U.S. Market
Time Warner Cable News
Hydrogen fuel cars are now on sale in the United States. What does it mean for you, the country and the planet? Time Warner Cable News technology reporter Adam Balkin answers those questions in this Tech Talk report. This car represents what could be the next big phase in automobiles and the next big phase in weaning our nation off of fossil fuels. It is Hyundai's Tucson Fuel Cell, the first hydrogen powered car to go on sale to the mass market in the United States.
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Plug Power Inc shows off GenKey fuel cell system
ValueWalk
Plug Power recently announced that it is attending a trade show in Chicago where it will show off its GenKey hydrogen fuel cell system. The company's stock has been very volatile lately, seeing big moves whenever management announces another order from a major customer. The most recent order Plug Power announced was from FreezPak, which the company manufactured and shipped recently, according to a press release.
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CSR unveils hydrogen fuel cell tram
Railway Gazette
A prototype tram powered by hydrogen fuel cells was unveiled at the CSR Sifang factory in Qingdao. According to CSR Qingdao Sifang Chief Engineer Liang Jianying, the tram is able to run for 100 km at speeds up to 70 km/h before the cells need to be refilled, which takes 3 min. Water is the only emission during operation.
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First mobile hydrogen fueling station opens in Tokyo
The Wall Street Journal
Japan's first mobile fueling station for hydrogen-powered cars recently opened for business. The opening of the new station, operated by Nippon Mobile Hydrogen Station Services LLC, signals progress in the building of a network of fueling stands for fuel-cell cars, but it might be some time before long lines are seen. A company spokeswoman told Japan Real Time there was only one customer on the opening day.
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Report highlights opportunities for hydrogen fuel and natural gas
Hydrogen Fuel News
Sandia National Laboratories has released a new report that suggests there are promising opportunities for producers of hydrogen fuel and natural gas. These opportunities exist in the fueling sector, where the demand for both hydrogen and natural gas is beginning to grow due to the development of vehicles that use these fuels. The report shows that hydrogen and natural gas share opportunities for growth in this sector.

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Australia scientists have found a cheap way to create hydrogen for clean fuel
Business Insider
University of NSW scientists have developed a cheap and efficient electrode for splitting water which has the potential to be scaled up for industrial production of the clean energy fuel, hydrogen. The technology is based on an inexpensive, specially coated foam material which lets the bubbles of oxygen escape quickly.

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U.K. hydrogen first opens in Aberdeen
Gas World
The U.K.'s first hydrogen production and bus refuelling station was officially opened today, as part of a £19 million green transport demonstration project. Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing was joined by BOC's director of Bulk and Packaged Gases Nathan Palmer and Transport Scotland chief executive David Middleton to open the station, which will fuel Europe's largest hydrogen bus fleet.

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Scotland issues funding to support hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
A new funding package is being launched by the Scottish government, which could help bolster the prosperity of communities in the future. The funding is meant to support various hydrogen fuel projects, such as the Hydrogen Office at the Fife Energy Park, which is operated by Bright Green Hydrogen. Several other projects are also receiving part of the $4 million funding package from the Scottish government in order to spur further development.
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Apple wins first fuel cell patent for increased battery life
iPhone Help
A patent granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, titled "Fuel Cell System to Power a Portable Computing Device," to Apple Inc. elaborates about a new way to power iOS devices and MacBooks. Apple's invention uses energy sources such as methanol, hydrogen or other types of fuel cell sources and converts those into electrical power. The patented invention could enable devices to run continuously for days or weeks. However, Apple agrees that designing a cost effective and portable fuel cell can be challenging.
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Clean hydrogen fuel from discarded electronic boards
AZO Cleantech
Using discarded electronic boards, the University of the Basque Country's (UPV/EHU) researcher Andoni Salbidegoitia has, in collaboration with international researchers, developed a system for obtaining clean hydrogen that can be used as fuel. The researchers have already registered the patent of the process in Japan. The Chemical Technologies for Environmental Sustainability (TQSA) Group of the Department of Chemical Engineering of the UPV/EHU's Faculty of Science and Technology is aiming to make use of discarded plastic as effectively as possible from the environmental as well as energy and economic point of view.
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EnergyOr demonstrate fuel cell powered multirotor
AirSoc
EnergyOr Technologies Inc., a leading developer of advanced PEM fuel cell systems, recently demonstrated what are believed to be the world's first fuel cell powered and longest ever duration multirotor VTOL UAV flights, flying for a record 2 hours, 12 minutes and 46 seconds. This demonstration was performed to highlight EnergyOr's improvements in overall fuel cell system specific power (Watts/kg), a critical requirement for multirotor UAVs, while still maintaining an exceptional specific energy (Watthours/kg), allowing flight times that are 2 to 3 times longer than those possible with state-ofthe-art, rechargeable Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries.
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