German auto components supplier Bosch and technology specialist Ceres Power will jointly develop the next stage of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology.
Shell is constructing a network of hydrogen (H2) filling stations in the Netherlands.
Ballard Power Systems Inc., provider of clean energy products, is to participate at two upcoming investor conferences and has released a report on the heavy-duty transportation market.
PowerCell Sweden has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with German industrial group Siemens AG to jointly develop a fuel cell-based system that can be integrated into ships such as ferries, yachts and cruise ships.
Plug Power has opened a new 38,400 square foot facility in Clifton Park, New York.
H2 Mobility Deutschland, Shell and Air Liquide have jointly opened the first hydrogen (H2) refuelling station in the Kassel district – the fifth in the state of Hesse.
Air Liquide’s CEO of Advanced Technologies US talks to gasworld about the Tier One company’s new hydrogen app, the Hydrogen Council and what the future holds for the hydrogen economy.
Twenty-eight projects are to benefit from $38m worth of Department of Energy (DOE) funding to support early-stage research and development of innovative hydrogen (H2) and fuel cell technologies.
Plug Power’s CEO Andy Marsh has been named to the US Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee (HTAC).
In a global first, the Norwegian company NEO Monitors has developed a method of measuring H2 in-situ – the LaserGas 11 SP H2. This is a quantum leap in the measurement of process stream gases; and is a major and highly innovative upgrade to Neo Monitors’ existing infrared tunable diode ...
Hydrogen (H2) energy specialist Ecubes Arcola has landed a 25-year partnership with the South Sumatran Government to deliver H2-enabled clean energy infrastructure through the province.
Duke Engineering is now the official home of the most fuel-efficient vehicle in history - a hydrogen (H2) fuel cell car that gets the equivalent of 14,573 miles per gallon.
A consortium of Japanese companies have started construction on a large-scale hydrogen (H2) energy system in Namie-cho, Fukushima Prefecture.