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New standards may be formed to govern hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has created a new forum through which mobile network operators and fuel cell developers can come together to create standards governing the use of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the telecommunications sector. Hydrogen fuel cells have become quite popular in the telecommunications industry.
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Hydrogen and fuel cell sector recognized for new export opportunities and role in federal government's plan for long-term prosperity
CHFCA
The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) has been awarded with $150,000 from the Government of Canada's Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA). The announcement was made by the Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade at the Linamar Corporation facility in Guelph, ON.
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Toyota may make 'tens of thousands' of hydrogen cars by 2020s
HyTec
Toyota Motor Corp., the world's largest seller of hybrid vehicles, wants to be able to supply thousands of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles annually in the next decade in anticipation of demand for petroleum-free autos. The carmaker displayed its hydrogen-powered FCV-R concept car at the Geneva motor show, reiterating its intention to sell vehicles based on the non-polluting sedan by 2015.
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Catalyst may improve water-splitting, energy storage
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MIT researchers have found a new family of materials that provides the best-ever performance in a reaction called oxygen evolution, a key requirement for energy storage and delivery systems such as advanced fuel cells and lithium-air batteries. The materials, called double perovskites, are a variant of a mineral that exists in abundance in the Earth's crust.
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New hydrogen fuel cell developed in the U.K.
Hydrogen Fuel News
Scientists from the Newcastle University in north-east England have developed a new hydrogen fuel cell that is designed to operate using sewage. Researchers believe that the fuel cell could be a boon for waste disposal and treatment, turning refuse into electrical power.
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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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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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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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New federal initiatives on fuel cells, aviation industry
Sustainable Business
Two new federal initiatives will further fuel cell/ hydrogen research and environmental initiatives in the aviation industry. The Department of Energy (DOE) is opening a National Fuel Cell Technology Evaluation Center to further development of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.
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Nanocrystal catalyst transforms impure hydrogen into electricity
Nanowerk
The quest to harness hydrogen as the clean-burning fuel of the future demands the perfect catalysts—nanoscale machines that enhance chemical reactions. Scientists must tweak atomic structures to achieve an optimum balance of reactivity, durability, and industrial-scale synthesis. In an emerging catalysis frontier, scientists also seek nanoparticles tolerant to carbon monoxide, a poisoning impurity in hydrogen derived from natural gas.
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