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Fuel cell industry aims for 1,200MW regional deployment

Members of the New England fuel cell industry are meeting on Oct. 29 at Western New England University to discuss the best ways to install 1,200 megawatts throughout the region. Full Story

With onsite biogas and fuel cells, Microsoft data center says no to the grid

Fuel cell proponents like to talk about how the devices can use biogas to create zero-carbon power, but that actually doesn’t happen very often. Typically, natural gas is the fuel that feeds the electrochemical process.

Not so at the Microsoft Data Plant in Cheyenne, Wyoming, however. This data center was built alongside a waste water treatment plant, where anaerobic digesters break down you-know-what to produce the gas that feeds the fuel cells that keep the electronics humming. Full Story

More Than 1.5 Million Fuel Cell Systems Are Expected to be Shipped Annually by 2023

During 2013 and 2014, the fuel cell market continued to see the greatest demand from stationary applications, including utility-scale fuel cells, fuel cells for industrial and commercial buildings, and fuel cells for residential power.Full Story

Fuel Cell-Powered Mobile Lights Ready for Commercial Use

Mobile lighting systems powered by hydrogen fuel cells are cleaner, quieter and now have a proven track record in applications such as nighttime construction, sports and entertainment events and airport operations, making them ready for commercialization and broader use. Full Story


Ballard Announces Multi-Year Fuel Cell Supply Agreement With Plug Power For Forklift Market

This new supply agreement encompasses the same Ballard fuel cell stack products that the Company has been providing to Plug Power in past years: FCgenTM-1020ACS air-cooled stacks used in GenDrive® systems to power Class 3 pallet jacks; and FCvelocityTM-9SSL liquid-cooled stacks used in systems to power Class 2 reach trucks and Class 1 counterbalanced lift trucks.Full Story

Paris Motor Show: Toyota’s plans for a fuel cell future

Toyota’s FCV (“fool cell vehicle” say critics) is powered by electricity created by the chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, leaving water vapour as the only tailpipe emission. Trouble is, the cars need re-filling with hydrogen, and infrastructure to do this is virtually non-existent. So why put them on sale? Full Story

Toyota quietly rolls 2015 fuel cell car into town

Toyota quietly rolled into town with the newest addition to its eco-conscious fleet, the 2015 FCV. That stands for Fuel Cell Vehicle and translates to hydrogen power.Full Story

Filling Up a Fuel-Cell Car With Hydrogen Gets One Step Closer

Although today there are only about a thousand fuel-cell powered cars and buses operating around the world, by next year that number is projected to grow. (California at least is meeting the anticipated demand with 28 hydrogen filling stations like the one pictured above, along with a further projected 28.) Full Story

AFC Energy tees up first fuel cell agreement in South Korea

AFC will use the excess hydrogen produced by Chang Shin’s plants to produce electricity from its modular alkaline fuel-cell system.Full Story

Batteries v fuel cells in format wars

Toyota, which is switching off a battery deal with Tesla, is concentrating on mass-producing a fuel-cell vehicle, as is Honda. Full Story

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