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Taiwan's fuel cell program moving ahead fast
CHFCA
The CIER Fuel Cell Office in Taiwan recently hosted the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association on a whirlwind tour of Taiwan fuel cell facilities and programs following the World Hydrogen Energy Conference in Korea. Taiwan has developed a strong, mature and high quality supply chain of experienced manufacturers in the fuel cell sector, and is rapidly moving ahead with demonstration projects, cost reduction initiatives and commercialization and international co-operation efforts.
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Canada and South Korea Sign Crucial MOU
CHFCA
Korean Hydrogen Industry Association (KHIA) Chairman Chi-Yoon Lee and Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) Director Daryl Wilson signed a formal Memorandum of Understanding, designed to increase Canada-Korea co-operation in the hydrogen sector, at the World Hydrogen Energy Conference in Gwangju, South Korea.
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Hyundai ix35 FCEV completes record distance on a tank of hydrogen
Cars U.K.
Now that the Hyundai ix35 FCEV (the hydrogen-powered version of Hyundai's iz35) is starting to move out in to the real world, Hyundai is keen to shout about its abilities. And perhaps the one most worth mentioning is its ability to do everything an ICE-powered ix35 can do, and do it using hydrogen.
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Fuel cell developer intelligent energy valued at $1.1 billion in London I.P.O.
Deal Book
Intelligent Energy, a British developer of hydrogen fuel cells for automobiles and consumer electronics, said that its initial public offering in London valued the company at about $1.1 billion. The offering of 16.2 million shares was priced at 3.40 pounds a share, in line with the company's prior expectations.

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Japan has big plans for hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
The Japanese government has outlined a 25-year plan concerning the adoption of fuel cell vehicles and the incorporation of hydrogen fuel into various industries. The country is eager to break away from fossil-fuels and adopt more environmentally friendly energy sources to make itself more sustainable in the future. Embracing clean transportation is part of this overarching goal and fuel cell vehicles may help make new energy systems more attractive throughout the country.

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Novel catalyst with two functions: Hope for more cost-efficient metal-air batteries and fuel cells
Nanowerk
Chemists at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have made a decisive step towards more cost-efficient regenerative fuel cells and rechargeable metal-air batteries. They developed a new type of catalyst on the basis of carbon, which can facilitate two opposite reactions: electrolysis of water and combustion of hydrogen with oxygen.

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Here's the technology of the future that could crush Elon Musk's dreams
Business Insider
There's been a virtual civil war happening in the battle to create the next generation of motor vehicles. The battle is between plug-ins and fuel cells. You may have heard more about about plug-ins thanks to Tesla, which has single handedly revived the market for a technology that was otherwise going nowhere. Tesla's foe — and indeed, that is how Elon Musk regards the technology — is fuel-cell vehicles, which run on hydrogen.
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U of A professor's fuel cell project powers through worldwide competition
Edmonton Journal
A University of Alberta professor's innovative fuel cell technology is climbing the ranks in a competition aimed at identifying the world's best ways of transforming carbon dioxide into useful products. Led by professor Thomas Etsell from the department of chemical and materials engineering, the project seeks to continue development of a fuel cell that consumes carbon dioxide (CO2) instead of producing it.
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Hydrogenics signs agreement to create 'Kolon Hydrogenics' joint venture for power generation in South Korea
Hydrogenics
Hydrogenics Corporation ("Hydrogenics" or "the Company"), a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power systems, announced the signing of a definitive agreement to create a joint venture with Kolon Water & Energy, part of a leading conglomerate in South Korea. Kolon Group is one of the nation's largest industrial companies, with a focus on chemicals and textiles, and its subsidiary, Kolon Water & Energy, has identified the potential for renewable power generation projects in South Korea and other Asian regions.
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Hydrogen fuel infrastructure in California is set to see massive growth
Hydrogen Fuel News
California's hydrogen infrastructure is set to get a boost next year, thanks to FirstElement Fuel. The company has plans to open 19 new hydrogen fuel stations in the state and has received funding for this endeavor from both the California Energy Commission and Toyota. Another 9 fuel stations will be opened using funding provided by various grants from the state government. These new fuel stations are expected to help further establish a working hydrogen infrastructure in California.
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Rutgers Chemists develop technology to produce clean-burning hydrogen fuel
Engineering.com
Rutgers researchers have developed a technology that could overcome a major cost barrier to make clean-burning hydrogen fuel — a fuel that could replace expensive and environmentally harmful fossil fuels. The new technology is a novel catalyst that performs almost as well as cost-prohibitive platinum for so-called electrolysis reactions, which use electric currents to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.
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German company starts production line for fuel-cell car filling stations
The Globe and Mail
German industrial gases maker Linde opened what it said was the world's first production line for hydrogen fuelling stations, in a bid to boost support networks for eco-friendly cars. Fuel-cell cars, which compete with electric and hybrid vehicles in a race to capture environmentally conscious drivers, use a stack of cells that combine hydrogen with oxygen in the air to generate electricity.
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