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Proton OnSite Introduces World’s First PEM Megawatt Electrolyzer for the Growing Global Energy Storage Market

The growth of renewable energy has created a need for large scale energy storage. The M Series addresses this by offering scalable cost effective conversion of excess, stranded or curtailed power to hydrogen offering a carbon-free solution for the industrial scale storage of energy for use in chemical processes, fuel cell vehicles, biogas production and natural gas pipeline injection. Full story

For fuel cell vehicles to be viable, hydrogen stations must expand

Fuel cell vehicles made their world commercial debut in mid-December, possibly setting the stage for a new wave of environmentally friendly cars. Because FCVs runs on hydrogen, filling stations that supply the element are essential for promoting widespread use of the vehicles, which emit no carbon dioxide. Full Story

Fuel cells power systems on the rise

The US Department of Energy’s 2013 Fuel Cell Technologies Market Report, published last month. This suggests that the fuel industry is growing – world-wide sales passed $1 billion for the first time in 2013 and 150 MW of stationary fuel cells were shipped during the year, a quarter more than during 2012 and five times as much as during 2008. The report also points to some very large recent installations: a 15 MWe fuel cell power park opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut; and the start of a 59 MWe fuel cell power plant in Korea. Full Story

Audi makes fuel cells look good with the A7 Sportback h-tron

Building on an e-quattro configuration of front- and rear-mounted motors, Audi slid a 300-cell stack power unit into the drive system. When topped off with hydrogen, the fuel cell stack offers up to 310 miles (500 km) of range. Full Story

2016 Toyota Mirai Fuel-Cell Car Will Alter Industry As Prius Did

A major challenge for fuel-cell cars is the lack of fueling infrastructure. There are just a handful of fueling stations currently operating, mostly in California–the only state where the Mirai will be sold for the time being. Carter said Toyota expects 23 stations to be built by the time the Mirai launches, concentrated in the Los Angeles and San Francisco regions. Full Story

Pioneering hydrogen fuel cell station opens in West Sacramento

Ramos Oil opened the 10th hydrogen fueling station in the state with fanfare on Wednesday. The station in West Sacramento is for fuel cell cars, which convert the hydrogen to electricity to drive the car. The fuel cell cars have a longer range than pure electric cars. Full Story

Japan promotes fuel cell for residential power

TOKYO — Japan is working on doing for the hydrogen fuel cell what it accomplished with computer chips and cars in the last century, slashing costs to make them more appealing to consumers. Full Story

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

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