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Canadian firms to attend F-CELL Stuttgart Sept. 30 - Oct. 2
CHFCA
F-cell highlights the current developments in stationary, mobile and special applications of fuel cells and is concerned with the production and distribution of hydrogen, and Canada's top fuel cell and hydrogen firms will be attending, along with the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.

Join us on the exhibition hall floor to hear more about Canada's leading developments in commercialization of fuel cell and hydrogen-related products, and the newest research and development work taking place.

Canadian firms like Hydrogenics, which has been awarded a number of contracts with E.ON, Europe's largest utility, for work in taking renewable power off peak and converting the power to hydrogen and then to gas for injection into the existing grid, will be on hand, as will companies like Dantherm, Greenlight Innovation and others.

Canada has been demonstrating strong success in fuel cell and hydrogen initiatives during the past year, with Ballard Power signing a new contract with Germany's Volkswagen worth up to $90 million, Hydrogenics signing contracts with E.ON, the Fraunhofer Institute joining the University of British Columbia in a $5 million+ project and Daimler/Mercedes investing $70 million in a Canadian fuel cell manufacturing plant.

CHFCA expects the strong Germany-Canada co-operation to continue over the next several years. For more information, contact Roxanne LeGoffe of CHFCA at the Stuttgart trade show in person.
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Tony Guglielmin, the Vice President and CFO of Ballard Power Systems (BLDP), interviews with The Wall Street Transcript
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The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Alternative Energy Report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry executives. This special feature contains expert industry commentary through in-depth interviews with public company CEOs and Equity Analysts.
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2nd International Conference on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
Hydrogen Association of India
Join Greenlight Innovation, the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and other Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell sector companies at the Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) "2nd International Conference on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells"

Location: Cidade De Goa
Date: Dec. 1-3, 2013

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Hydrogen fuel cells to become more available thanks to Bloom Energy
Hydrogen Fuel News
Bloom Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has unveiled a new leasing program that could make fuel cells more available to businesses. The company has partnered with Bank of America Merrill Lynch in order for the sake of this program. Through the program, businesses will have unprecedented access to Bloom Energy Servers, powerful fuel cells that have garnered acclaim for their ability to produce large amount of electrical power without producing any emissions.
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Sustainable energy breakthrough: Hydrogen fuel from sunlight
Yahoo! News
A University of Colorado Boulder research team has moved closer to what some call the Holy Grail of a sustainable hydrogen economy — splitting water with sunlight. The CU-Boulder team has devised a solar-thermal system designed to use a vast array of ground mirrors to concentrate sunlight onto a single point atop a central tower up to several hundred feet tall.
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Air Liquide, a leading producer of industrial chemicals, has announced that it has joined the H2USA initiative in the U.S. The initiative was launched by the Department of Energy in order to address the issues that exist concerning the country's hydrogen fuel infrastructure. H2USA is part of the U.S. government's overarching interest in clean transportation and the development of a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure is expected to lead to the success of hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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Trade agreement could have a major impact on solar energy in Asia and Europe
Hydrogen Fuel News
With trade disputes between the European Union and China coming to an end, the two have launched a new trade agreement that may have a dramatic impact on the solar energy market. The trade disputes were linked to Chinese companies inundating the European market with low-cost photovoltaic modules and other such technologies. This did help reduce the over cost associated with solar energy, but also pushed some European manufacturers into bankruptcy because of their inability to produce low-cost solar technologies as quickly as their Chinese counterparts.

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Hydrogen fuel vehicle fleet reaches major milestone
Hydrogen Fuel News
The Clean Energy Partnership, a joint project from many of the world's prominent automakers, has reached a major milestone with its fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles. The organization was formed to highlight the potential benefits of hydrogen fuel and its uses in transportation. To this end, the organization utilizes a fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles to display their reliability, efficiency, and performance.

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HyperSolar moves closer to low-cost solar hydrogen water-splitting by reaching the 1.0 volt milestone
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HyperSolar, the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, recently announced that its artificial photosynthesis technology is now capable of producing 1.0 volt open circuit voltage for use in direct solar hydrogen production.
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U.K.'s Proton Power develops fuel cell range extender
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Proton Power Systems, which is registered at St Ann's Wharf in Newcastle, has created powerful hydrogen fuel cell range extenders that can dramatically boost the distance electric buses and other vehicles can travel between charges, or provide sufficient power to allow a number of functions, such as air conditioning and windscreen wipers, to run at the same time.
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Meet The Cube: The fuel cell of the future?
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Redox Power Systems, a Maryland-based start-up founded last year, has teamed with researchers at the University of Maryland Energy Research Center to develop a new kind of fuel cell that tackles some of the technology's toughest challenges. Their product, The Cube, is a little larger than a dishwasher, has no engine or moving parts, and can silently produce a constant supply of energy, optionally off the power grid.
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Fuel-cell generator could halve battlefield fuel consumption
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Engineers at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) have been working to reduce the demands for transporting fuel around the battlefield. The result is a generator that converts high-sulphur military fuels — such as JP-8 jet fuel — into a hydrogen-rich gas to power a solid-oxide fuel-cell, packaged in a compact, modular design with a noise output similar to that of an air conditioner.
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