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Harper announces wind energy project for Nunavik mine
The Globe and Mail
Stephen Harper used the final stop in his annual northern Canadian tour to champion a project that would harness wind energy to help power a massive nickel mining operation in Quebec's Nunavik region. The Harper government has given $720,000 to TUGLIQ Energy Co. and Xstrata Nickel Inc. to study the feasibility of integrating wind energy into an existing diesel-based electricity system in Nunavik.
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Research team aims to blend hydrogen fuel with carbon dioxide
Hydrogen Fuel News
Mimicking photosynthesis holds a great deal of promise for the renewable energy sector. Effectively replicating this natural process could unlock the way for the efficient and low-cost production of fuels for transportation and other purposes. Most efforts concerning artificial photosynthesis have to do with using sunlight to produce hydrogen fuel. Indeed, this fuel is exactly what a research team in California wants to produce.
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Opinion: There's more than hot air in hydrogen
The Vancouver Sun
A series of major new developments in the Canadian hydrogen and fuel cell sector create a real opportunity for Canada to stay at the international forefront of this rapidly developing clean energy industry. Navigant Research recently released data showing worldwide fuel cell sales for the first time exceeded $1 billion in 2012, and more than 28,000 fuel cells were shipped.
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ITM Power wins grant to participate in hydrogen fuel project
Hydrogen Fuel News
ITM Power, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has won a grant to participate in the CommONEnergy project, a European initiative meant to promote the use of hydrogen fuel and energy storage technologies for non-residential purposes. Europe has become a hub of activity when it comes to renewable energy and many European countries have been showing significant interest in hydrogen fuel.
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DoD looks to deploy new fuel efficient generators in the field
Federal News Radio
Loud, bulky gas generators are the source of electricity for U.S. troops deployed in some areas around the world, but new units developed at the Office of Naval Research could reduce fuel consumption and make deployment easier for troops. A fuel cell is an electro-chemical power system that operates like an engine. Solid-oxide fuel cells convert oxygen and hydrogen into electricity. The generator breaks down logistics military fuels — like JP-8 — in a complete fuel system.
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U.K.'s Proton Power develops fuel cell range extender
The Journal
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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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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Redox takes a new approach to fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
Redox Power Systems, a technology startup based in Maryland, claims that it has developed a new kind of fuel cell that could be a major breakthrough for the renewable energy sector. The company suggests that its fuel cell is smaller than most conventional models, but it could provide a significant amount of energy for a variety of purposes.
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Plug Power receives DOE contract to demonstrate hydrogen fuel cells in TRUs
Azom
Plug Power, a leader in providing clean, reliable energy solutions, today announced it has been awarded a $650,000 contract from the U.S. Department of Energy to demonstrate the use of hydrogen-based fuel cells to power the refrigeration units in semi-trailer trucks that transport perishable and frozen foods. Plug Power was selected by the Fuel Cell Technologies Office within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) to showcase its fuel cells in transport refrigeration units (TRUs).
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