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Plug Power raising roughly $90 million in stock sale
Times Union
Plug Power says that it is planning to sell 15 million shares of its stock to the public, a move that would raise roughly $90 million, depending on how the company's stock price is trading when the shares are issued. Plug Power is trying to beef up its sales force as orders for its hydrogen powered fuel cells surge. The company has had $80 million in sales since the beginning of the year.
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Toyota preparing for 'the next 100 years' with fuel cell vehicles
Hybrid Cars
At this year's New York Auto Show conventional vehicles were well represented, but quietly shouting its potential to one day usurp them all was Toyota's Fuel Cell Vehicle Concept. Or rather, a bold declaration for fuel cell vehicles was made by one of the largest banners prominently positioned high toward the atrium ceiling of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, along with other signs strategically placed.
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New tool may lead to commercially viable fuel cells
Azo Cleantech
Fuel cells have long been heralded as the energy technology of the future. Invented in 1838, the cells promise an almost limitless supply of clean energy for everything from cars to electrical grids, but have always proven too expensive to manufacture, fuel and maintain to enter mainstream use. Hoping to bring down those costs, a team of Bucknell faculty and student researchers has developed a new tool that could greatly accelerate fuel cell experimentation.
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Proton exchange membrane fuel cells fasting growing segment in fuel cells market
Trans World News
The fuel cell market has huge growth opportunity. New generation devices will integrate smart applications with fuel cells to increase energy efficiency. Portable fuel cells run portable lighting systems, stationary power units provide electricity in buildings, and transportation applications include providing fuel for propelling.

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Plug Power, Hyundai steel supplier teaming up to make fuel cells
Automotive News
Fuel cell maker Plug Power said it had agreed to form a joint venture with South Korea's Hyundai Hysco, a steel supplier to Hyundai Motor, to develop and sell hydrogen fuel cells in Asia. "Asian countries that we are likely to target with this JV will give us a combined addressable market size to exceed $10 billion," Plug Power Chief Executive Andy Marsh said on a conference call.

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Hyundai Motor aims to sell more than 10,000 fuel cell cars in South Korea by 2025
Yonhap News Agency
Hyundai Motor, South Korea's No. 1 carmaker, said it plans to sell more than 10,000 fuel cell electric vehicles in its home market by 2025. Outlining its domestic green car road map for the Tuscon fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) to local media, Hyundai said it will start selling the cars in June, with total delivery expected to hit 40 within the year. Initial sales will be made to regional governments.

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New ceramic material developed for hydrogen storage
EcoSeed
A new ceramic material developed by engineers at the University of California, San Diego, has been demonstrated to be able to store and release hydrogen safely and efficiency. The researchers used a compound made from mixture of calcium hexaboride, strontium and barium hexaboride to store hydrogen.
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Study sparks new hope for hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
The U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has released a new study concerning a nature-inspired catalyst that may provide a better insight into hydrogen fuel cells. These energy systems have become a major interest for the Department of Energy recently and the federal agency has been investing aggressively in finding ways to make fuel cells less expensive and more efficient.
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CTE delivers Birmingham fuel cell bus
Fuel Cell Works
The Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) is excited to announce delivery of a new zero emission transit bus to Birmingham-­Jefferson County Transit Metro Area Express (MAX) for regular daily use. As part of his Invest in America tour, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Foxx rode the fuel cell bus viewing several key Birmingham transit facilities.
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Hyundai's fuel cell car seeks Prius moment
Inside Korea
Hyundai Motor is looking forward to a Prius heyday with its hydrogen-powered Tucson, which will go on sale in the U.S. in May. "About 20,000 customers have already shown their intention to buy the car. We plan to reduce the number to 1,000 considering the situation of charging stations in their neighborhoods," said Lee Ki-sang, senior vice president and head of Hyundai's R&D center for eco-friendly vehicles.
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