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Member in the spotlight: Blue Fuel Energy
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Blue Fuel Energy (BFE) is a privately-held, Victoria, BC-based company in the permitting stage of its groundbreaking, world-scale project in Northeastern BC that will produce reduced-carbon gasoline. At its 1000-plus acre Sundance Fuels site 21 km east of Chetwynd, BFE will use wind- and hydro-generated electricity to power a 60-MW array of electrolyzers — the largest array of electrolyzers in the world by far — to produce 12.1 mmscfd of renewable hydrogen.
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Hydrogenics selected for 2 megawatt energy storage facility in Ontario
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Hydrogenics Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power modules, announced that it has been selected as a Preferred Respondent by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) for Ontario in its procurement for Grid Energy Storage. This Power-to-Gas project will deliver 2MW of storage capacity and be located in the Greater Toronto Area.
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2015 Toyota Mirai — the hydrogen car of the future
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Meet the recently revealed 2015 Toyota Mirai FCV. That's the name Toyota is giving the new, forward-looking hydrogen fuel cell sedan it will begin selling next year for around $69,000 in Japan and California, before rolling it out to other markets. The name Toyota chose for its new ZEV, Mirai, is reported to mean "future" in Japanese — and follows the Toyota naming scheme first introduced by the Prius.
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New hydrogen fuel standard published by SAE International
Hydropgen Fuel News
SAE International, a global standards organization operating within the auto industry, has published a new standard concerning the use of hydrogen fuel in electric vehicles. The standard, SAE J2601, aims to establish a global basis for the use of hydrogen fueling technologies and their use in distributing clean fuel to vehicles equipped with fuel cells. Such standards could make it easier for a hydrogen infrastructure to take form and it could ease the adoption of fuel cell vehicles.
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Study highlights the potential of using solar power to generate hydrogen fuel
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A new study from the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis aims to shed some light on the issue of photoelectrochemical hydrogen production. This process involves the use of solar energy to produce hydrogen, which can be used by fuel cells to generate electrical power. Current hydrogen production methods are energy intensive, consuming a significant amount of fossil-fuels that produce harmful emissions.

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Platinum-yttrium nanoparticle catalyst may help reduce cost of fuel cells
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Fuel cells are a promising, non-polluting way to power cars, but their platinum catalysts are so expensive that there's no way current technology could be economically scaled up for widespread use. Now scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and the Technical University of Denmark have developed an alternative that would use just one-fifth as much of the pricey metal.

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Ballard to supply New Flyer Industries with next generation power module for U.S. fuel cell bus
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Ballard Power Systems has received a purchase order from New Flyer Industries for the delivery of Ballard's first next-generation FCvelocity-HD7 fuel cell power module to a North American bus manufacturer. Delivery of the power module to New Flyer Industries is planned for later this year.

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Air Products expands hydrogen tube trailer fleet in U.K., upgrades hydrogen fueling station at Heathrow
Renewable Energy Focus
Air Products has introduced an additional SmartFuel hydrogen high-pressure tube trailer to its U.K. fleet. The trailer will deliver large volumes of hydrogen at high pressure to the new, publicly accessible Air Products hydrogen refueling station at London Heathrow Airport.
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By-product hydrogen used to power fuel cell pilot plant
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By-products are common to most industries. Some are harmless, some dangerous and others useless. Others are simply under-utilized. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is using hydrogen generated as a by-product of the sodium chlorate production process in its pilot-scale power plant to produce electricity.
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Pilot project launches in Finland to examine viability of byproduct hydrogen fuel
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Finland's VTT Technical Research Center has launched a new pilot project that aims to use byproduct hydrogen to produce electrical power. Hydrogen is often produced as a byproduct of chemical processes that are common in many industries. In many cases, this hydrogen goes unused. The VTT Technical Research Center will be using the hydrogen produced through the formation of sodium chlorate and will examine whether or not the process of using byproduct hydrogen could be viable in terms of energy production.
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California chooses Linde to develop two more hydrogen-fuel stations
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The California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded $4.3 million to Linde North America to construct retail hydrogen fueling stations in Northern California, the groups recently announced. The stations will be located at the Oakland International Airport and on Toyota-owned property in San Ramon, California, adjacent to Toyota's San Francisco regional office and parts distribution center.
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