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Toyota joins HFC 2015 summit as platinum sponsor
CHFCA
We are proud to announce Toyota Canada as a platinum sponsor at the 7th International HFC 2015 Summit at the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver on April 27-28, 2015.
Guests attending HFC 2015 will have the exclusive opportunity to view a concept car display showcased by Toyota Canada at the event.
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Plug Power Ceo & President Andy Marsh to speak at HFC 2015
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Andy Marsh joined Plug Power as President and CEO in April 2008. Mr. Marsh plans and directs all aspects of the organization's policies and objectives. He is focused on building a company that continues to leverage Plug Power's combination of technological expertise, talented people and focus on sales growth to position the Company as a leader in the future alternative energy economy.
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Breakthrough method for hydrogen fuel may revolutionize car industry
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Scientists at Virginia Tech have come up with a brand new way to create hydrogen fuel: It's cheap, fast and produces clean results, and involves plain old corn stalks, cobs and husks. It's long been known that the use of hydrogen has a tremendous potential both, for increasing energy efficiency and for greatly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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Linde to supply hydrogen fuel for 2015 Shell Eco-Marathon
Hydrogen Fuel News
The 2015 Shell Eco-Marathon is coming and Linde North America will be the sole supplier of hydrogen fuel for the event. The Eco-Marathon challenges teams of students from high schools and colleges from around the world to develop energy efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles. Over the past few events, student teams have been showing their skill in developing fuel cell vehicles, which use hydrogen as a source of energy.
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Hydrogenics awarded $4.4 million in projects from the California Energy Commission
Hydrogenics
Hydrogenics Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based fuel cell power modules, announced that it has been awarded two projects valued, in aggregate, at USD$4.4 million by the California Energy Commission for its "Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technology Demonstration" program.

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Air Liquide installs hydrogen station at logistics hub
GasWorld
Air Liquide has been chosen by FM Logistic, an international group whose expertise lies in logistics and supply chains, to provide support for its projected deployment of hydrogen-powered forklift trucks. At the Neuville-aux-Bois logistics platform, located near the city of Orléans (France), Air Liquide installed a hydrogen charging station that will initially service 10 forklifts equipped with hydrogen fuel cells.

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Japanese automakers join together to build hydrogen fuel infrastructure
Hydrogen Fuel News
Japanese automakers Honda, Nissan, and Toyota have announced plans to work together to develop a hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Japan. The country is one of the world's leading clean transportation markets and automakers have plans to bring their fuel cell vehicles to Japan in the coming years. Toyota has been the first to do so, launching its fuel cell vehicle in Japan in December last year.

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Toshiba works to build a society powered by hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
The Toshiba Corporation has announced the grand opening of the Toshiba Group Hydrogen Energy Research & Development Center (HRDC). The new facility is located in western Tokyo and is meant to serve as a hub for various initiatives that are launched by Toshiba. With the launch of HRDC, Toshiba aims to see more business in the hydrogen space and add momentum to the establishment of a hydrogen economy in Japan.
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Teesing develops sustainable hydrogen filling option
GasWorld
With the future fuel for the automotive industry looking likely to be hydrogen — one company has aimed to resolve a problem before the gas makes it to pump and public use. Netherlands headquartered Teesing has spent years looking for a solution to the problem of expansion when hydrogen is being dispensed at the pump to the customer.
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Soon, run your car on hydrogen from corn
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The new method discovered by Virginia Tech scientists could help speed up the arrival of the hydrogen-powered vehicles as it produces emission-less hydrogen in an inexpensive way. "This means, we have demonstrated the most important step toward a hydrogen economy, producing distributed and affordable green hydrogen from local biomass resources," said lead researcher professor Percival Zhang.
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Plug Power fuel cells showcased in Japan
GasWorld
Plug Power's ReliOn Hydrogen Fuel Cells were showcased at the recently held Fuel Cell Expo in Japan held during the World Smart Energy Week. The 2015 edition of World Smart Energy Week — the world's leading international B2B tradeshow for smart and renewable energy — took place in Tokyo, Japan and Plug Power was excited to be a part of the event.
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Hyundai's ix35 fuel cell vehicle is a viable alternative to fossil fuel technology
Drive
Sydney's Lane Cove Road is a fitting backdrop for a fleeting taste of Australia's first hydrogen-powered production vehicle. Driving through the thick clouds of peak hour smog created by surrounding trucks and buses, the bustling thoroughfare rates as one of the busiest roads in the NSW capital. But I can sit in today's gridlock with a clear conscience knowing the vehicle I'm in leaves no carbon footprint. The Hyundai ix35 fuel cell emits only water vapour, generated from hydrogen mixing with oxygen that creates the electricity necessary to power its electric motor.
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