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Green energy is out to get Tesla
Shares of Tesla Motors Inc. fell by as much as 22 per cent during one stretch recently, the biggest decline since the company went public in 2010. Much of the attention has been directed to the tendency of the company's Model S to catch fire when driving over metal debris. A longer view of the transportation industry suggests that consumers are surprisingly tolerant of danger. The real threat to Tesla would be the withdrawal of government subsidies for all-electric vehicles.
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Ceramic fuel cells to deliver 55 BluGEN fuel cells
London South East
Ceramic Fuel Cells recently said it will install 45 of its BlueGEN fuel cell micro-CHP appliances on the island of Ameland in the Netherlands and deliver 10 more for installation at social housing partners in the U.K. over the coming year. The Netherlands order is part of a project that just got funding. The Island is attempting to become CO2 neutral by 2020 by developing a series of renewable energy projects.
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Ramar Foods installs clean energy fuel cell technology to power facility
PR Newswire
Ramar Foods announced the introduction of a cutting-edge clean energy fuel cell by Bloom Energy to power its manufacturing facility in Pittsburg, CA. The 200-kilowatt fuel cell will produce 1.6 million kilowatt hours of electricity and help to substantially reduce the facility's CO2 emissions.
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Intelligent Energy reveals mobile hydrogen fuel cell charger
Digital Spy
Intelligent Energy has unveiled a charger for mobile devices that is powered by a replaceable hydrogen cell. The Upp is capable of charging most USB devices up to five times from a single cell, with water vapour being the only by-product left behind. "We are delighted to launch Upp, which represents a new category of energy device, and are excited about the transformational implications for the portable electronics market and the consumer," said Henri Winand, CEO of Intelligent Energy.
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Hydrogenics reports third quarter 2013 results
Yahoo! Finance
Hydrogenics Corporation ("Hydrogenics" or "the Company"), a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power modules, reported its third quarter 2013 financial results. Results are reported in U.S. dollars and are prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). "We remain on track in our results with solid revenue growth year-over-year and substantial margin expansion," said Daryl Wilson, President and Chief Executive Officer.
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Hydrogen fuel initiative wins a new partner
Hydrogen Fuel News
AFC Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that Air Products, a producer of industrial gases, has become its new strategic partner in the Power Up program. The program involves AFC Energy producing a significant quantity of electrical power using surplus hydrogen fuel that is produced at a major chemical plant in Europe.
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Stored energy: Hydrogen fuel cell solution
Utility Products
Stored energy: CommScope Inc., a provider of infrastructure solutions for communications networks, deployed its hydrogen fuel cell solution to CableLabs, the non-profit research and development consortium for the cable television industry. CommScope's fuel cell solution, which can provide up to 16 hours of reliable, environmentally friendly backup power, is supporting CableLabs' head-end and cable modem termination system at its headquarters in Louisville, Colorado.

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New partnership aims to promote clean transportation
Hydrogen Fuel News
A new partnership has formed in the U.S. that aims to promote clean transportation throughout the country. The partnership is comprised of eight states, including California and Connecticut. These states have committed funding to the advancement of zero-emissions vehicles in an effort to reduce their impact on the environment and curb the emissions that the transportation sector is responsible for. The partnership hopes to see an abundance of hopes to see an abundance of zero-emissions vehicles on state roadways by 2025.

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Coventry University and Microcab to highlight benefits of hydrogen fuel
Hydrogen Fuel News
The United Kingdom's Coventry University, along with its auxiliary firm Microcab, are preparing to showcase their expertise in the clean transportation sector. Representatives from both organizations will be presenting at the 2013 Automotive Engineering Show in Birmingham, where they will shed light on the various issues concerning clean transportation and the viability of zero-emissions vehicles. Microcab will be showcasing one of its vehicles at the event, which is equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell.

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Microsoft sees huge potential in fuel cells
Computer World
Microsoft is touting the use of fuel cells to power data centers, arguing in a recent paper that its studies find it a technology with much potential. The paper, boldly titled "No more electrical infrastructure: Towards fuel cell powered data centers," investigates fuel cells as a centralized power source and as distributed power generation technology with fuel cells used at the rack or single server cabinet level.
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Plug Power receives NYSERDA funding to evaluate use of fuel cells for delivery of perishables
The Wall Street Journal
Plug Power has received funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority to demonstrate the viability of replacing diesel generators with hydrogen fuel cells for powering transport refrigeration units on trailers hauled by trucks that deliver perishable goods. Plug Power was selected by NYSERDA to develop a fuel cell and interconnect hardware, which provides connection to refrigeration unit equipment, based on its GenDrive fuel cell architecture.
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