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Researchers in Denmark develop new catalyst for hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
A team of researchers from the Technical University of Denmark has developed a new catalyst that may make platinum catalysts a thing of the past. The team has used iron and carbon to develop this catalyst and initial tests have shown that these materials are stable and active in acidic and alkaline environments.
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Plug Power acquires ReliOn, bringing innovative fuel cell stack technology in-house
Alt Energy Mag
Plug Power, a leader in providing clean, reliable energy solutions, announced it has acquired the assets of ReliOn, a developer of hydrogen fuel cell stack technology and fuel cell systems based in Spokane, WA. The acquisition adds valuable fuel cell stack technology and products that Plug Power plans to integrate into several models of its GenDrive fuel cell systems with first deployments this year.
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Radical and Cranfield University to develop hydrogen race car
Electrical Autosport
Four teams of students studying the MSc Advanced Motorsport Engineering at Cranfield are designing a hydrogen-powered sports racing car as part of their course. The students have been tasked with designing a two-seat, low-cost hydrogen-powered sports-racing prototype and will use the brand new Radical RXC as an example of best current practice.
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European hydrogen fuel cell charging clusters planned
Environmental Leader
BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota and a host of hydrogen fuel companies have agreed to deploy a total of 110 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in several European locations including Copenhagen, London and Munich and develop new clusters of hydrogen refueling stations in a deal worth $51.5 million. Locations are being sought for three new hydrogen refueling stations in London.
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3 surprising places where hydrogen energy is working
National Geographic
Hydrogen may not be fueling many cars, but it is delivering clean power for warehouses, data centers, and telcom towers. The concept is tantalizing: Use abundant hydrogen to fuel vehicles and power plants, producing nothing but water and heat as a byproduct. The advent of hydrogen fuel cells would help provide the energy the world needs, while slashing greenhouse gas emissions and curbing our dependence on oil.
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AFC Energy in talks with Korean companies to supply fuel cells
Bloomberg
AFC Energy, a fuel-cell maker backed by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, is talking to South Korean companies about selling its devices in the country. AFC is in discussions with energy and chemicals companies, Chief Executive Officer Ian Williamson, said by e-mail. It has 10 to 20 prospects of which six to eight energy companies are "strong opportunities," he said.

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Honda aims to standardize fast-fill hydrogen fueling protocol
Automotive News
Honda has developed a hydrogen refueling station on its campus near Los Angeles with the aim of standardizing a hydrogen fueling protocol, the automaker said. The station is available to other automakers to help validate its performance and functionality. Since the 2002 introduction of the FCX, its first-generation fuel cell vehicle, Honda has made advancements in fuel cell operation in both hot and subfreezing temperatures.

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Quad-generation project uses fuel cell to produce power, heat, hydrogen, and CO2 for greenhouse in Canada
Renewable Energy Focus
The first renewable energy quad-generation project to be realized for a greenhouse operation using fuel cell technology is about to get under way in Greater Vancouver. The ground-breaking for the facility will take place at Village Farms' greenhouse in Delta, British Columbia.

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Fuel cells to be used to tackle energy crisis
The Express Tribune
In order to combat the prevailing energy crisis, a national centre for hydrogen and fuel cell will be established soon. This will be a promising renewable energy technology that will offer prospects for low-carbon economy. The deployment of fuel cells promises sustainable economic development with minimal environmental consequences which can be used at homes, in grocery stores, warehouses, commercial and industrial structures.
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Researchers work to improve the capabilities of hydrogen fuel batteries
Hydrogen Fuel News
A team of researchers have been developing a new way to produce hydrogen fuel in order to make hydrogen batteries less expensive. Hydrogen batteries are used to store gaseous hydrogen for later use and act in a similar fashion to lithium-ion batteries. These batteries could be useful for various purposes, but they have received relatively little attention because they are somewhat less effective.
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