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NASA's fuel cell to serve as power source for Al Gore's London head office
International Business Times
The brand new London head office of Al Gore located in Regent Street will take advantage of NASA's fuel cell technology. This process which converts gas into heat is also what's used for the US space agency's space shuttles, The Guardian reports.
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Sun turns dirty water into clean fuel
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Researchers at UC Santa Cruz have designed a device that takes in sunlight and sewage, and spits out clean fuel. Yat Li, associate professor of chemistry at the UCSC, and his team are making hydrogen, a simple and endlessly renewable fuel that doesn't produce greenhouse gas. Hydrogen powered the Space Shuttle, and is widely used to produce fertilizer, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
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Toyota unveils prototype vehicle running on hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
Japanese automaker Toyota has officially unveiled the prototype for its hydrogen-powered vehicles. The automaker has taken a strong interest in hydrogen fuel and how it can be used in transportation. Toyota joins several others in the auto industry that have been working to develop hydrogen-powered vehicles and many of these companies plan to release these vehicles to the global market beginning in 2015.
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New hydrogen fuel cell system launched by Ballard Power Systems
Hydrogen Fuel News
The new fuel cell systems from Ballard Power are part of the company's ElectraGen line of products. The new fuel cells are designed to operate as a backup power source, providing electrical power to network towers in the event of natural disasters or when primary energy systems fail to operate as intended.
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Delft University presents Forze VI full-size hydrogen fuel-cell-powered racing car
Fuel Cell Today
Recently, ex-Formula-1-Driver Jan Lammers officially unveiled the Forze VI at the former Naval Air Base Valkenburg in The Netherlands. This latest iteration of the hydrogen powered race car was designed and developed by a team of about 70 students from the Delft University of Technology. Building on the experience gained over the previous five years, Forze has managed to break through the important technical barriers.
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Global automakers praises Governor Brown for securing funding for hydrogen stations in California
PR Newswire
The Association of Global Automakers (Global Automakers) praises California Governor Edmund Brown for signing AB 8 (Perea) into law. AB 8 dedicates funding for hydrogen fueling infrastructure to support the commercialization of fuel cell vehicles in the State. "Our members have embraced the challenge to dramatically increase fuel efficiency in their fleets and to bring zero emission vehicles to market," said Gordon Fry, Global Automakers' director of state relations.

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Brunton's new mobile charger gets power from hydrogen
Digital Trends
For over a century, researchers have tried hard to figure out how to harness sustainable and affordable energy out of fuel-cell technology. While hydrogen-powered vehicles exist, they're still merely prototypes and aren't exactly rolling off assembly lines. But one area where we could see fuel-cell usage increase is in portable power, like Brunton's Hydrogen Reactor Portable Power Pack charger.

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Fuel cell businesses resurgent a decade after early hype
CNBC
A new eBay data center in South Jordan, Utah, enables the e-commerce giant to keep its goods flowing, but it is remarkable for another reason entirely. The center is the first facility of its kind to generate all its electricity on site from fuel cells, which are provided by Bloom Energy. The data center is one more sign that fuel-cell energy companies are in the early stages of a rally.

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Can hydrogen fuel cells catch up with batteries?
EV World
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are essentially electric vehicles, only their energy storage system varies, but it could be that storage system is which is stunting their development. It all has to do with how these two vehicles store their energy. For example, the most-advanced electric vehicle, the Tesla Model S, stores grid energy chemically in its lithium-ion battery pack, which is then used to run the vehicle.
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CommScope helps power CableLabs' headend, CMTS
CED Magazine
CableLabs is using hydrogen fuel cells from CommScope to provide backup power for its headend and cable modem termination system (CMTS) in its Louisville headquarters. CommScope said its fuel cell could provide up to 16 hours of reliable, environmentally friendly backup power. The cable industry has been working diligently towards being more energy efficient and green.
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