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Mr. Jeffrey Serfass of CHBC and TTC to speak at HFC 2015

Mr. Serfass is the Managing Director of the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) and President of Technology Transition Corporation (TTC). TTC provides management services to the CHBC and several other clean energy associations including the newly formed Clean Energy Research and Education Foundation (CEREF). In 2010, Mr. Serfass ended 22 years as President of the National Hydrogen Association.
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President of FCHEA announced as HFC 2015 speaker

In his role as President of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), Mr. Markowitz leads FCHEA advocacy programs on Capitol Hill and outreach initiatives to target markets and users of fuel cells and hydrogen energy. Mr. Markowitz comes with extensive expertise in the energy field, in addition to sixteen years of association management. Prior to coming to the FCHEA, Mr. Markowitz was the Group Director of External Affairs at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) for nine years.
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Fuel cell component recycling closer to commercialization
Environmental Leader
Closed-loop recycling of fuel cell components is moving closer to commercialization thanks to advanced techniques for recovering a high-value polymer from fuel cell membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs). Axion Consulting developed the process in the collaborative Recover R&D project with fuel cell components supplier Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells and nonwoven materials manufacturer Technical Fibre Products. The project was co-funded by the U.K.'s innovation agency, Innovate UK.
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Researchers create hydrogen fuel using corn waste
Insider Car News
Ethanol has gotten a bad rap in the automotive world, but corn might be getting ready to make a comeback. Thanks to hard work of some researchers at Virginia Tech, drivers one day might be refueling their vehicle using the waste associated with corn crops. The researchers devised a way to create hydrogen using corn waste. Some have spoken out against ethanol, saying that it actually harms the food industry by pumping up the price of corn.
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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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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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Soon, run your car on hydrogen from corn
New Kerala
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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More Olympics green cars: Soviet hydrogen-gasoline minibuses of 1980
Green Car Reports
The Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car will be showcased at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, but it won't be the first hydrogen-powered vehicle to play a role in an Olympics. The 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow are often remembered for the U.S.-led boycott, but they also featured a curious automotive-historical footnote. It turns out that Soviet authorities released a handful of minibuses converted to run on both hydrogen and gasoline for support duties at the games.
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FedEx uses 15 hydrogen fuel cell tractors
Energy Manager Today
FedEx rolled out hydrogen fuel cell ground support equipment (GSE). Under a $2.5 million grant awarded from the Department of Energy, FedEx is operating the 15 hydrogen fuel cell-powered Charlatte GSEs and a Plug Power hydrogen fueling station. The 15 hydrogen fuel cell powered GSE cargo tractors are now part of a fleet of more than 1,500 gas, diesel and electric cargo tractors at the FedEx World Hub in Memphis, Tennessee.
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DOE awards funding to projects focused on hydrogen fuel storage
Hydrogen Fuel News
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that $4.6 million in funding will be issued to four projects that are meant to develop advanced hydrogen storage materials. These projects may be critical to the future of hydrogen fuel in the future, as modern storage methods are often considered inefficient and expensive. Advanced storing materials may aid in the commercialization of hydrogen fuel and fuel cell technologies, paving the way for a hydrogen economy at some point in the future.
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AFC Energy signs agreement for first fuel cell development in Thailand
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Fuel cell developer AFC Energy has landed its first deal in Thailand. AFC will collaborate with Thai industrial gas company, Bangkok Industrial Gas, on a 10 megawatt fuel cell development in three stages. Surplus hydrogen from BIG-owned hydrogen pipelines and related facilities in the Rayong Province will be the source of the hydrogen to convert into electricity using AFC's alkaline technology.
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