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Ballard reports third quarter 2013 results
The Wall Street Journal
Ballard Power Systems recently announced consolidated financial results for the third quarter of 2013. All amounts are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise noted and have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). In accordance with IFRS all numbers, including Ballard's 2012 audited financial statements, reflect "continuing operations," excluding Material Products.
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Emissions drop in the U.S. thanks to renewable energy, efficiency, and economic strain
Hydrogen Fuel News
The U.S. has been making efforts in recent years to cut down on the emissions it is responsible for by reducing its consumption of energy. This endeavor has been slow-going, but the country has managed to make some progress by supporting different forms of renewable energy. The U.S. remains strongly focused on the use of fossil-fuels, however, which is somewhat counterproductive to the country's emissions reduction goals.
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Air Liquide links with Toyota on fuel-cell stations
Global Post
French industrial gases company Air Liquide said it was teaming up with a Toyota subsidiary to build a network of filling stations for fuel-cell electric vehicles in Japan. With fuel-cell vehicles expected to reach the consumer market in 2015, Air Liquide said it and Toyota Tsusho will create a new company to build 100 filling stations in and along major highways between four major Japanese cities within two years.
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Fuel cell Equinox tops 100,000 miles in real-world driving
Fuel Cell Today
One of General Motors' fuel cell research vehicles recently passed a milestone for a hydrogen-powered vehicle, topping 100,000 miles of real-world driving. By using renewable hydrogen, this vehicle has saved 5,260 gallons of gasoline. At $3.50 per gallon, that's more than $18,000 in fuel cost savings. The specially equipped 2007 Chevrolet Equinox was part of GM's 119-vehicle Project Driveway program, launched in 2007.
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U.S. Energy Department announces up to $4 million for advanced hydrogen storage
Fuel Cell Today
In support of the Obama Administration's all-of-the-above energy strategy, the Energy Department announced up to $4 million in fiscal year 2014 funding for the continued development of advanced hydrogen storage systems and novel materials to provide adequate on-board storage for a wide range of applications including fuel cell electric vehicles, and for emerging fuel cell applications such as material handling equipment.
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Tesla's (TSLA) Musk thinks hydrogen-powered cars are BS
Street Insider
If hydrogen-powered autos were the wave of the future, don't you think Elon Musk would have built the Model S around it? Exactly. In a video that has been circling the web (embedded below), Musk calls hydrogen fuel cells "bullsh*t" and thinks that they're more of a marketing ploy for automakers than the future of automotive technology. In the video, Musk stated, "And then they'll say certain technologies like fuel cell... oh god... fuel cell is so bullsh*t. Except in a rocket."
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Will Plug Power be the first profitable fuel cell company?
Greentech Media
Plug Power's CEO, Andy Marsh, is looking for profitability for his fuel cell firm in 2014. A profitable quarter for a publicly traded fuel cell company would break a 100-year drought in the sector. But several other large fuel-cell firms may be on the brink of profitability in 2013 or 2014 as well.

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California works to bolster hydrogen fuel infrastructure
Hydrogen Fuel News
Hydrogen fuel has established a strong foothold in the auto industry and most automakers have plans to launch hydrogen-powered vehicles within the coming years. While hydrogen has managed to find favor with several large companies and governments, infrastructure remains a problematic issue that could derail any progress hydrogen has made in the transportation sector. In California, infrastructure remains a top priority for the state's clean transportation interests.

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Hyundai's fuel-cell vehicle could be a massive success
The Motley Fool
Hyundai isn't the only manufacturer in the race for FCEVs. Toyota Motors, Daimler's Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and a number of other car companies have spent billions in fuel-cell technology, and are all competing to see who can be the first to market with a consumer-friendly FCEV. And for good reason. FCEVs have a driving range similar to gasoline-powered vehicles and can be refueled in minutes, and hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe.

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Scientists to gain from inside view of fuel cells
Phys.org
Powerful scanners that give scientists a direct line of sight into hydrogen fuel cells are the latest tools Simon Fraser University researchers will use to help Ballard Power Systems Inc create more durable, lower-cost fuel cells. Use of these fuel cells in vehicles can substantially reduce harmful emissions in the transportation sector.
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U.S. Army aims to replace old generators with hydrogen fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Army scientists have been working to cut down on the fuel consumption of forward operating bases in order to lower the costs associated with such bases. Lowering fuel expenditure is not the only focus of the Army, of course, as it also intends to increase its use of renewable energy as directed by the U.S. Department of Defense.
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