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Canada to host Pavilion at World Hydrogen Energy Conference
CHFCA
The Canadian H2 sector will be out in full force at WHEC2014 in Gwangju, South Korea, June 15 to 20 and invites you to join us at our Pavilion, sponsored by the Government of Canada and Government of British Columbia. Major Canadian companies in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector, including Ballard Power, Hydrogenics, Greenlight Innovation and others will be on hand to demonstrate their products and answer questions.
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Canada's Blue Fuel Energy signs MOU with Siemens for World's Largest Electrolyser Installation
CHFCA
Victoria's Blue Fuel has signed an MOU with Siemens Canada for the installation of an array of electrolysers totalling 20mw at a proposed site near Chetwynd, in northeastern British Columbia. The project will be the first and largest of it's kind anywhere in the world, and is proposed to produce clean hydrogen, and clean gasoline, targeted at British Columbia's low carbon fuel regime for transportation. Blue Fuel Energy has signed the Siemens Canada MOU, concluded an MOU with the neighbouring First Nation and secured land for the project.
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Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association announces new Board of Directors
CHFCA
The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association is pleased to announce the election of its new Board of Directors for Canada's leading clean energy association, representing the hydrogen and fuel cell sector.

Elected as Chairman is Andreas Truckenbrodt, former CEO and CTO of the Automotive Fuel Cell Corporation in Vancouver and current Chairman of PowerDisc. David Teichroeb, Manager, Alternative and Emerging Technologies, Fuel Cells, Enbridge Inc., was elected Vice Chairman.

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Canada's International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit April 27 and 28 in Vancouver, Canada
CHFCA
The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association will again host its biennial international fuel cell conference in Vancouver in April, 2015. with the theme 'Clean Energy Advances: the Commercialization of Mobility, Energy Storage and Automotive Technology.' The Summit will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver, and attract world-class speakers from Business, Government and Science. Registration will open soon, but mark the event in your calendar now!
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Green hydrogen facility opens at Berlin airport, with first refueling of fuel cell vehicle
Renewable Energy Focus
The first fuel cell electric vehicle has been refueled at the 'Green Hydrogen Hub' (H2BER) of the Total multi-energy fueling station at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport under construction in Germany, using hydrogen produced onsite via electrolysis using wind and solar energy. In addition to refueling fuel cell electric vehicles, the H2BER project also anticipates operation of a combined heat and power plant with regeneratively produced hydrogen, and its supply into the public gas network.

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Need a new fuel cell? Let's print one using inkjet printing
Nanowerk
Researchers at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Energy Conversion has transformed an ordinary HP 1000 ink jet printer into a printer able to print efficient energy conversion devices such as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC). SOFCs have attracted increasing attention over the last two decades due to high energy conversion efficiency, efficiency, fuel flexibility and low environmental impact, but the technology still has some challenges related to cost and durability before gaining entry at commercial markets.

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Research brings 'fuel of the future' closer to reality
Laboratory Equipment
EPFL scientists have created a method for transforming hydrogen gas into a less flammable liquid fuel that can be safely stored and transported. Their success in bringing the "fuel of the future" one step closer to reality has been published in Nature Communications. Hydrogen is often touted as the fuel of the future. But because this gas is highly explosive, it must be stored and transported under pressure in specialized and expensive containers.

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Report: Toyota advances production date of hydrogen car
NBC News
Toyota will launch production of its first commercially available hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle before the end of the year, earlier than expected, according to a report from Japan. Toyota first revealed plans to get into the hydrogen car market last year, at the Tokyo Motor Show. It has produced a number of prototypes in recent years, but the Japanese giant has been suggesting it might go the fuel-cell route as an alternative to depending on battery-electric vehicles to meet tough new Zero-Emission Vehicle, or ZEV standards.
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Researchers develop new catalyst for hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
Researchers from the Kyushu University in Japan have made a significant breakthrough in fuel cell technology. The researchers have developed a new catalyst that promises to be less expensive and more capable than conventional models. Most modern fuel cells are equipped with catalysts comprised of platinum. This material is favored for its electrochemical properties, but is also notoriously expensive.
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Volcano coughs up new fuel cell catalyst
CleanTechnica
This one begins like a chapter from Jules Verne's novel The Mysterious Island and ends up with a new fuel cell catalyst that could lead to cost-competitive fuel cell vehicles. The new catalyst is based on an enzyme called H2ase S–77, which was discovered on Kyushu Island in Japan at an active volcano called Mt. Aso, by a researcher from Kyushu University. The low-cost angle comes in because H2ase S–77 (short for hydrogenase S-77) could replace platinum, which is the very expensive but highly efficient current "gold standard" for fuel cell catalysts.
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New hydrogen fuel buses come to California
Hydrogen Fuel News
SunLine Transit Agency, a transit operator based in Riverside County, California, will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony in order to honor the winners of its SunLine Student Art Contest. The ceremony will also unveil the organization's new hydrogen-powered buses, which will be clad in the winning art from those that have won SunLine's contest. The buses are powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which use hydrogen to generate electrical power.
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