McPhy Energy, sustainable mobility operator GNVERT and the Métropole Rouen Normandie have joined forces to develop a hydrogen (H2) distribution infrastructure for the Rouen region in Northern France.
Hydrogen (H2) technology specialist Nel Hydrogen has inaugurated the first of a planned countrywide network of 20 H2 refuelling stations just outside of Norway’s capital city Oslo.
Aberdeen City Council in Scotland will sign a high-level agreement with the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) next week in a bid to boost the city’s hydrogen (H2) profile.
H2Scan, a fast-growing provider of hydrogen (H2) sensors for industrial markets, has appointed Michael Allman as its new CEO to channel its rapid growth journey in industrial markets.
The South Sumatran government has announced an integrated zero-emission hydrogen (H2) power and mobility infrastructure deal for the Asian Games when Indonesia plays host to the sporting event in 2018.
The US looks set to get its first solar-driven hydrogen (H2) production plant as dedicated H2 company Nel ASA announces plans to build and operate the site in California.
Air Liquide has opened a public hydrogen (H2) refuelling station at Hyundai Motor’s European headquarters in Offenbach, Germany, marking another significant step towards a nationwide H2 infrastructure.
Hydrogen (H2) energy expert Arcola Energy has helped to establish the largest H2 vehicle fleet in the UK, having now sold or leased 32 of Renault’s Kangoo ZE-H2 electric vans.
The world’s largest FCEV taxi fleet has been given the green light in France, with Paris-based electric taxi start-up Société du Taxi Electrique Parisien (STEP) and Hyundai Motor committing to bringing 60 additional ix35 Fuel Cell taxis to the streets of Paris.
Industrial fuel cell power company AFC Energy has successfully accomplished testing of its Generation 2 (Gen2) fuel cell system, helping to contribute towards attaining the company’s 2016 Strategic Milestones.
Air Products recently made delivery of its 40th PRISM® Hydrogen Generator, which provides economical on-site gas production for a broad range of supply requirements.
Two years on, the only finalist in the Energy Department’s (DOE’s) H2 Refuel H-Prize competition is making strides, having already produced and dispensed enough hydrogen (H2) to drive 4,200 miles in a fuel cell car.