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Hydrogen fuel cell breakthrough reached in the U.K.
Hydrogen Fuel News
A team of engineers working on a collaborative project in the United Kingdom, lead by Intelligent Energy, has made a major breakthrough in fuel cell technology. The Enhanced Fuel Cell Systems project, which is designed to break new ground in the field of hydrogen fuel cells, has successfully demonstrated a new fuel cell system that is more powerful, durable, and reliable than conventional models.
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Linde provides hydrogen fuelling for BMW fuel cell materials handling expansion
Fuel Cell Today
BMW Manufacturing's plant in Spartanburg, SC, has more than doubled its fleet of fuel-cell-powered material handling equipment and is using hydrogen refueling systems provided by Linde North America. In 2010, Linde supplied a hydrogen fueling system with six indoor dispenser stations to support more than 100 pieces of material handling equipment operating inside BMW's plant.
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HyCologne showcases capabilities of hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
Hydrogen fuel is becoming a very popular subject in the world of transportation. The global auto industry has become a strong supporter of hydrogen fuel cells as the energy source for future vehicles, but fuel cells are also gaining ground in the realm of public transit. As governments become more concerned over matters of the environment, they are beginning to show more support for hydrogen fuel and its use in transportation.
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Hyundai to help London hydrogen vehicle network
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International car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Company has joined the Mayor's London Hydrogen Partnership (LHP) and has committed to work together to bring hydrogen and fuel cell technology to the capital, the Greater London Authority (GLA) has announced. The GLA revealed that Hyundai had joined the LHP, and the car manufacturer said it was currently working to produce 1,000 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) by 2015, which will be available for lease across Europe.
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California to have up to 70 hydrogen fueling stations by 2016?
Green Car Reports
Our planet may have only gained 27 hydrogen filling stations in 2012, but California is hoping to have nearly 70 of its own in total by 2016. So says the California Air Resources Board (CARB), which provides a list of government-funded hydrogen stations in California on its website. Around third of that number are already either in operation or set for use shortly, while the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) sets out two main statistics for future filling stations in the state.
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Nobel physicist: Society should convert to natural gas
Forbes
Of all the energy sources in play, natural gas offers the most immediate promise as a clean, abundant fuel that can meet society's needs, including the need to mitigate global warming, Nobel prize winning physicist Carlo Rubbia said in Chicago. Society should pursue two goals, now within reach, to fulfill the promise of natural gas,
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Hyundai unveils the world's first mass produced fuel cell vehicle
Greener Ideal
Hyundai has created a version of the ix35 which runs completely on hydrogen, meaning the only by product this car produces is water. The zero emissions vehicle is the product of the millions that has been invested into fuel cell research by the Korean company. The competition is beginning to build when it comes to environmentally friendly driving, with car manufacturers publicizing future plans for a zero emissions driving environment.

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Hydrogen fuel to be used for energy storage in Germany
Hydrogen Fuel News
Hydrogenics, a leading developer of proton exchange membrane (PEM) hydrogen fuel cells and electrolyzer technology, has been awarded a contract to establish a new energy storage system in Hamburg, Germany. The company's electrolyzer will be used to generate hydrogen fuel, which will serve as an energy storage method for other forms of renewable power. E.ON, a leading provider of energy services, will be participating in this endeavor alongside its longtime partner Hydrogenics.

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U.K. team boosts hydrogen fuel cell engine performance
The Engineer
Hydrogen fuel cell engines could become 30 per cent more power dense thanks to research by a consortium of U.K. engineering firms including Dyson and Ricardo. The team working on the Enhanced Fuel Cell System claim to have demonstrated the increase by improving the performance and reducing the weight of a fuel-cell engine produced by project leader Intelligent Energy.

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Survey shows some support for hydrogen fuel among U.K. motorists
Hydrogen Fuel News
RAC Motoring Services, a leading provider of automotive services in the United Kingdom, has released the results of a new survey, showing that motorists may be ready to embrace a new generation of clean vehicles. The idea of clean transportation has been around for decades, but clean vehicles have had trouble finding support among consumers due to issues regarding cost, efficiency, and safety.
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Plants inspire scientists to use hydrogen for energy
Blue & Green Tomorrow
Inspired by plants, Scottish scientists have harnessed the principles of photosynthesis to generate clean energy from hydrogen. The breakthrough, they say, offers a potential solution to the global energy crisis. Published in the journal Nature Chemistry, the scientists, from the University of Glasgow, said that the innovation could generate green energy "on an industrial scale" from water, which could "significantly reduce the country's carbon footprint."
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