Call for Papers: Special issue on Moving towards Hydrogen Economy in India — Challenges & Opportunities
Hydrogen Association of India
Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) an affiliate of International Association of Hydrogen Energy (IAHE)
would like to publish a special issue on "Moving towards Hydrogen Economy in India‐ Challenges &
Opportunities" which will include papers on topics related to Hydrogen Production, Storage,
Transportation, Supply & Distribution, Utilization (Engines & Fuel Cells) and Safety Regulations etc.
Some of these papers will be presented in the next annual Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference being
organized by HAI at Agra, India during 6‐8th December 2015.
To submit a paper to this Special Issue, please go to http://www.journals.elsevier.com/international‐journal-of‐hydrogen‐energy and click on "Submit new manuscript."
Researchers use organic materials to produce hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
Researchers from the Photovoltaic and Optoelectronic Devices Group at the Universitat Jaume I of Castellion in Spain have developed a new way to produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight. Such a process has been growing in prominence in the scientific community, where sunlight is showing great potential as a way to produce hydrogen in an efficient manner that is not reliant on the use of fossil-fuels, such as natural gas.
HyperSolar is pleased that hydrogen remains in the spotlight, as applications are discussed in Washington D.C.
HyperSolar, Inc. commented on the recent 2015 Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Policy Forum co-hosted by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), in cooperation with the House Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Caucus.
According to the FCHEA, the event was held as part of a continuing effort by FCHEA to raise awareness of the benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies to important policy-making audiences, in Washington, D.C. and around the country.
Fuel cell vehicles of 2016: Toyota Mirai vs. Hyundai Tucson
Autos Cheat Sheet
Whether America is ready or not, there will be two fuel cell vehicles available to consumers in 2015. While questions linger about the actual green benefits of hydrogen cars and just 8 public fueling stations exist in the target markets, Californians have a choice to make if you're lucky enough to find a fuel cell vehicle on the agenda. Here is a look at the Toyota Mirai versus the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell on paper.
Korea's fuel-cell strategy takes page from China Solar playbook
South Korea is tapping into U.S. ingenuity to drive the market for fuel cells, the clean-energy technology that converts hydrogen or natural gas into electricity.
Conglomerates based in South Korea are buying, investing in or partnering with U.S. fuel-cell makers, seeking to build on their designs for the complex systems by incorporating cheaper production methods that will make them more economical.
Toyota and Mazda may collaborate on fuel cells, SkyActive engines
Toyota and Mazda may collaborate on fuel cell technology and fuel efficient engines, according to unnamed sources that spoke to Reuters. As car makers struggle to find the powertrains of the future, there is a lot of duplication of effort, and some companies think it would be more efficient and less expensive to work together rather than for each company to blaze its own path.
Hydrogen-powered Hycopter quadcopter could fly for 4 hours at a time
When people suggest possible uses for electric multicopter drones, it frequently seems like they're forgetting something — presently, most such aircraft can only fly for a maximum of around 25 minutes per battery charge. Horizon Energy Systems, however, is developing a quadcopter that should do a lot better. Known as the Hycopter, the fuel cell-powered drone is hoped to be capable of 4-hour flight times once completed.
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