“Fuel cells and hydrogen are ‘game changing’ technologies with extensive applications across transport, stationary power and beyond. Hydrogen, as an energy carrier, and fuel cells, as an enabling technology, will be critical in the delivery of a clean energy future,” says Amanda Lyne, Chair of UK HFCA, in an exclusive ...
ExxonMobil’s expansion of its Fawley refinery on the south coast of England will be supported by a new hydrogen plant.
Arcola Energy will open a manufacturing, installation and maintenance facility for hydrogen and fuel cell technology to power buses in Liverpool, UK.
The Port of Rotterdam has joined forces with oil giant BP and industrial chemicals company Nouryon to explore the opportunity of making “green hydrogen” via water electrolysis for BP’s refinery in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Germany is moving closer to its target of 100 hydrogen stations by the end of 2019 with the opening of two new stations in Bayreuth and Berg in the district of Hof.
South Korea’s auto giant Hyundai Motor Company and Swiss-based H2 Energy have established a joint venture to tap into Europe’s hydrogen mobility ecosystem with fuel cell trucks.
Hydrogen Council and Energy Observer join forces to make decarbonised hydrogen maritime travel a reality.
Energy technology company Metacon AB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japanese industrial group Futamura Chemical to jointly develop hydrogen-based power generating systems for certain projects in Asia and Middle East.
PowerCell Sweden has received a SEK 2m ($215,500) order from a leading German car manufacturer for tests of fuel cell stacks.
Japanese industrial gas manufacturer Osaka Gas Liquid has launched a new steam reformer-type small hydrogen generator.
Salzgitter and Tenova took another concrete step towards climate-friendly steel production by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at Hannover Messe 2019 for the realisation of SALCOS® (low carbon steelmaking).
Toyota Motor Corporation has introduced an on-site hydrogen generation, compression, storage and dispensing appliance that uses water and electricity to produce high purity fuel cell-grade hydrogen.