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Report suggests fuel cell market to reach $2 billion by 2018
Hydrogen Fuel News
According to the report, the global fuel cell market will grow from approximately $620 million in 2013 to more than $2 billion in 2018. The report estimates a compound annual growth rate of 32.2 per cent from 2013 to 2018. Much of this growth is expected to be seen in Asia, where fuel cells have been making headlines in alternative energy news.
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Plug Power introduces new hydrogen fuel cell technology
NGT News
Plug Power has developed the GenDrive 1900 fuel cell, designed to serve as a drop-in replacement for lead-acid batteries on six-ton-capacity, four-wheel, Class 1 counterbalanced forklift trucks. The new fuel cell is the company's first to feature an optional second hydrogen tank, to double the fuel capacity. With both tanks installed, the fuel cell can store up to 3.4 kg of hydrogen, with an energy capacity of 50 kWh.
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Lab drives toward the future with fuel cell EVs
Phys.org
Efforts currently underway at the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are contributing to rapid progress in the research, development and testing of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Building from more than 10 years of support from the Department's Fuel Cell Technologies Office on these topics, NREL has received four Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles — Advanced on loan from Toyota.
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New solar energy system installed at Toyota facility in California
Hydrogen Fuel News
Kyocera Solar, a developer of solar energy systems, has announced that its solar modules have been put to use by Japanese automaker Toyota. The automaker has a strong interest in renewable energy and has been looking for ways to incorporate clean technologies into its worldwide business. While much of the company's interest in clean power is exemplified by its use of hydrogen fuel, its interest in renewable energy extends beyond transportation.
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Audi's new e-gas plant comes online
Motor Authority
Audi's revolutionary e-gas plant, first announced in May, 2011, has finally come online. The plant can create a variety of energy sources including pure electricity, hydrogen or a synthetic gas similar to natural gas which Audi calls e-gas. The plant, located in Werlte, Germany, will produce about 1,000 metric tons of e-gas per year, chemically binding some 2,800 metric tons of CO2.
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California spends $18.69 million on hydrogen fuel cell infrastructure
New Energy World Network
The California Energy Commission has approved $18.69 million for projects aimed at expanding the U.S. states' fueling infrastructure for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. California has identified hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as playing an important role in reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. "California has a portfolio approach to investing in renewable and alternative fuel vehicles," said Energy Commissioner Janea Scott.

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Green fuel cell technology showcased in Vancouver
CTV News
The Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2013 conference, an international exhibition on technologically advanced vehicles began recently at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Newly-appointed B.C. Environment Minister, Mary Polak addressed the delegates in regards to expanding the province's green technology base.

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Japanese company develops new portable hydrogen fuel cell
Hydrogen Fuel News
Bio Coke Lab, a Japanese environmental technology company, has developed a small, portable hydrogen fuel cell that can be used for personal purposes. The fuel cell system is comprised of technology from Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies and magnesium hydride storage technologies developed by Bio Coke Lab itself. The fuel cell exists today as a prototype to show off the capabilities of such a small system, which weighs only 8.5 kilograms and produces 33 watts of electrical power.

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Volvo backs new electric bus service in Sweden
Earth Techling
The United Kingdom investing heavily in green bus purchasing. A new wireless charging electric bus pilot in Switzerland. Hydrogen fuel cell bus deployment by Mercedes-Benz in Germany. Now we take a look at the city of Gothenburg in Sweden, where Volvo is involved in the launch of an "ultramodern bus service" that’s all-electric and, bonus, powered by a renewable source of energy.
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Yale and the fuel cell revolution
MHW Magazine
The market for fuel cell powered forklift trucks continues to grow in the United States — with Yale taking a leadership role in environmental sustainability. As the European market explores the alternatives to traditional lead-acid batteries, the extensive investment, engineering collaboration, analysis and testing carried out by the company in the U.S. will place Yale in EMEA in an ideal position to meet customers' needs.
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Students plan hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for Northeastern United States
Fuel Cell Today
The winners of the 2012-2013 Hydrogen Student Design Contest were announced at a session of the Alternative Clean Energy Expo 2013 in Washington D.C. The challenge set for this year's teams was to develop plans for a hydrogen fuelling infrastructure in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States between 2013 and 2025. Twenty-four teams from the United States, Japan, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Taiwan, India, and Italy participated in this year's competition.
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