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Ballard and Consortium Partners awarded U.S. FTA funding for deployment of fuel cell buses
Ballard
Ballard Power Systems and its consortium partners have received approximately $6.7 million in funding from the U.S. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) under the National Fuel Cell Bus Program for the deployment of two next-generation fuel cell buses as well as for extended operation of two existing Ballard-powered buses.
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IGX Group performs first mobile hydrogen refuelling of fuel cell lighting unit at San Francisco International Airport
Fuel Cell Today
IGX Group's Hydrogen Fueling Services recently performed the first on-site hydrogen fuelling of a Multiquip fuel cell mobile lighting unit at the San Francisco International Airport. IGX's innovative technology allows fuel cell mobile lights to be refuelled without having to be moved, thereby significantly increasing their operation time and convenience to the user.
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Bloom Energy: Fuel-cell market ripe due to Fukushima
The Japan Times
Japan is primed following the 2011 Fukushima earthquake and tsunami to adopt more power supply devices that can withstand disasters and complement services provided by utilities, Bloom Energy Japan said. The country's fuel-cell market is currently led by individual users with small systems in their homes.
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E.ON and Swissgas begin commercial operations at power-to-gas facility in Germany using hydrogenics technology
Hydrogenics
Hydrogenics Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power modules, recently announced the E.ON inaugurated commercial operations at its Power-to-Gas (P2G) facility in Falkenhagen, Germany. The plant uses wind power and Hydrogenics' electrolysis equipment to transform water into hydrogen, which is then injected into the existing regional natural gas transmission system.
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Mercedes: Hydrogen fuel cell is long-term mobility solution
EV Fleet World
The hydrogen fuel cell will provide the long-term solution to clean mobility but increased electrification over the next two to three decades will start to phase out the internal combustion engine. So said Prof Dr Thomas Weber, responsible for research at Daimler and the development of Mercedes-Benz cars, to news agency Headlineauto at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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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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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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Obama examines fuel cells in Sweden
Energy Manager Today
PowerCell's S1 fuel cell stack was examined by President Barack Obama during his recent state visit to Sweden. President Obama had specifically requested to study some outstanding Swedish energy technology innovations at a visit to the Royal Institute of Technology, and PowerCell's S1 fuel cell stack was part of three innovations selected for personal demonstrations.
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New York launches new program to support electric vehicles
Hydrogen Fuel News
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a new initiative that aims to promote clean transportation throughout the state. The initiative is called the Electric Vehicle-Enabling Technology Demonstration Program and, as the name suggests, it is meant to showcase the economic and environmental benefits of low emission vehicles. All forms of electric vehicles, including those powered by hydrogen fuel cells, will be supported by the new program.
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Alternative Fuels: Many Options
Trucking Info
There's a virtual smorgasbord of available and potential fuel sources to power medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The critical question becomes which one, or which combination of fuel sources, represent the best path for fleets, manufacturers and the industry. "It's a very interesting time in engine technologies," says Mark Lampert, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Daimler Trucks North America.
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