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New Fuel Cell Industry Review launched
Fuel Cell Industry Review
Swiss and UK Consulting firm E4tech has just launched a very authoritative and timely Fuel Cell Industry Review, authored by international fuel cell industry experts Prof. David Hart, American Bob Rose, E4tech's Franz Lehner and consultant Jonathan Lewis.

The review, published into the vacuum that resulted when Johnson Matthey's industry newsletter ceased publication earlier this year, is a welcome addition to the information base for industry watchers.

The review includes key discussions on expected industry shipments by product line for 2014; the Japanese Roadmap, Europe's Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking and very detailed data on shipments by application, by fuel cell type, by region and an outlook for 2015.

You can download a copy at www.FuelCellIndustryReview.com
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Will the Mirai be the next Prius? Toyota calls its new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle the 'future'
Forbes
It sounds almost saccharine, the unbridled optimism with which Toyota executives speak of alternative fuels and the future. Take, for example, the remarks of President and CEO Akio Toyoda at a press event in Newport Beach, CA, leading up to the Los Angeles Auto Show, in which he announced the name of the company's new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the Mirai.
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Honda FCV concept is a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle that will actually be for sale
Car Buzz
Toyota recently revealed its 300-mile range hydrogen fuel cell Mirai, a car that'll go on sale in the US in 2016. Now it's Honda’s turn. Presenting the Honda FCV Concept, a vehicle scheduled to go on sale in Japan by the end of March 2016 and subsequently in the U.S. and Europe. Consider the FCV Concept as the successor to the FC Clarity.
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First truly 'Green Fuel' forklift points to emission free future
Materials Handling World Magazine
In what's seen as a milestone in the development of forklift truck design and technology, a unique collaboration has seen the production of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered truck that relies entirely on renewable energy sources. Similar projects have used hydrogen fuel generated using fossil fuels but a research effort involving Briggs Equipment and Honda has seen the development of a fully integrated system that generates hydrogen from solar power via an on-site electrolyser.

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New Microsoft data center is powered by fuel cells
Hydrogen Fuel News
Microsoft has built a new, zero-carbon data center in Cheyenne, Wyoming, with the help of Siemens and FuelCell Energy. The companies built the data center to accommodate Microsoft's growing data storage and management needs, but also to showcase how such facilities can be completely powered by renewable energy. Data centers are notoriously energy hungry, requiring large quantities of electrical power in order to remain operational for extended periods of time.

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Plug Power structures ReliOn as stationary power product brand
CNN
Plug Power Inc., a leader in providing clean, reliable energy products, has restructured its brands, presenting the ReliOn division, a Plug Power company, under the larger powerhouse umbrella of Plug Power Inc. Plug Power acquired the Spokane, WA, corporation in April 2014, adding a talented employee base, valuable fuel cell stack technology and a stationary power fuel cell product offering to its portfolio.

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DoE offers $1 million prize for advances in small-scale hydrogen fueling for homes
Green Car Reports
As automakers get more serious about hydrogen fuel-cell cars, the biggest impediment to adoption will be a chicken-and-egg situation: low numbers of cars offered in limited areas due to a lack of public fueling infrastructure. Unlike home charging stations for battery-electric cars, hydrogen cars can't take advantage of an existing network of utilities. The U.S. Department of Energy hopes to spur development of a solution to this problem with a powerful and very traditional incentive: cash.
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U.S. hydrogen network plans for Air Liquide
Gas World
Air Liquide has announced plans to develop and supply a fully-integrated hydrogen fuelling infrastructure in the northeast United States, in collaboration with Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. This partnership has been established is to support Toyota's introduction of a new hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the "Mirai", and its plans to deliver hydrogen FCEVs in the United States.
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BMW plans new hydrogen-fuelled i5
Autocar
BMW is set to employ a revised version of the hydrogen-electric fuel cell system used in the Toyota FCV in a future i-brand model, possibly to be badged i5. Company sources say the race is on between the German car makers to get a hydrogen fuel cell car on the market, now that Japanese companies Honda and Toyota have taken the initiative.
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Toshiba to test PV, hydrogen-based emergency energy system
Recharge News
Toshiba has revealed plans to build a solar and hydrogen power project near Tokyo that will provide electricity in the wake of emergency situations such as major earthquakes. The Tokyo-based company and the Kawasaki municipal authorities will test the independent energy supply system — which will pair a 25kW solar array and hydrogen fuel cells with a lithium-ion Super Charge Ion Battery (SCiB) for storage purposes — from April 2015 to the end of fiscal 2020.
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