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Government of Canada invests in Fredericton company to support new process for producing green fuels
Digital Journal
The Government of Canada recently announced an investment in Atlantic Hydrogen to develop a new process to efficiently and economically turn carbon dioxide and natural gas into a new generation of green fuels. This technology has the potential to produce precursors to liquid fuels, such as diesel and jet fuels, with near zero carbon footprint.
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Report: South Africa should push hydrogen fuel cell R&D
Resource Investing News
The Africa Report revealed that a new report from the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) indicates that South Africa should aim to research and develop hydrogen fuel cells in order to "leverage platinum deposits for industrial development."
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CHIC project presented at the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell 2013 in Vancouver June 16-19 2013
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The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association presented a very strong and extensive programme for their conference Hydrogen & Fuel Cell 2013 in Vancouver June 16-19 2013. The sessions included a large variety of topics related to buses, cars, hydrogen infrastructure, commercialisation, technical research & development and much more.
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Wind power makes fuel for German gas grid
Salon
For the first time on an industrial scale, hydrogen produced using wind power is being injected into the natural gas grid in Germany. It's a development that could enhance the value of wind power by making it useful no matter when it is produced. E.On said the P2G unit in Falkenhagan in eastern Germany, operated in a partnership with Swissgas AG, has a capacity of 2 megawatts and can pump out 360 cubic meters of hydrogen every hour.
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Cologne to add two fuel cell bus to its public fleet
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Cologne has increased its hydrogen bus fleet with two fuel cell buses which will be delivered in the first quarter of 2014. The buses will be operated by Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH (RVK) in the Cologne region. The two vehicles A330 FC will be supplied by Belgium based company Van Hool, who is also the supplier of the buses in Oslo.
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Airbus sets sights on hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, has been working on a way to cut down the emissions its aircraft produce. To this end, the company has set its sights on hydrogen fuel cells, which could be an effective alternative to the traditional fuels and energy systems that Airbus aircraft have been using for years. Recently, the company was awarded the GreenTec Award 2013 for its ambitious Multifunctional Fuel Cell Integration initiative.
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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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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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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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Toyota says new Prius and its first hydrogen fuel cell car coming in 2015
The Chronicle Herald
Toyota has two important vehicles coming in 2015: The next-generation Prius hybrid and the company's first hydrogen fuel cell car. Satoshi Ogiso, a top Toyota engineer who helped develop the original Prius 20 years ago, said that the new Prius will get significantly better fuel economy than its current 50 miles per gallon.
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Super catalyst could make a hydrogen fuel cell
Digital Journal
Bionic leaves might one day be developed to produce energy-dense fuels from sunlight, water and atmosphere-warming carbon dioxide, with no byproducts other than oxygen. The development of a new catalyst could represent a step towards this goal. Scientists have developed a method by which molecular hydrogen-producing catalysts can be interfaced with a semiconductor that absorbs visible light.
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