Japanese automaker Toyota has revealed plans to begin selling fuel cell-powered buses in its home country from early 2017
Fuel cell product developer Ballard Power Systems has completed the commissioning and deployment of another 10 fuel cell-powered buses in Yunfu city, China.
The finalist of the H2 Refuel H-Prize competition will give the public a first look at its hydrogen (H2) refuelling system in action at a showing in Warminster, Pennsylvania, next month.
Air Products and the National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy (NICE) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that outlays a collaborative effort to potentially work together on hydrogen fuelling projects in China.
Nel Hydrogen Solutions, a division of Nel ASA, has been awarded a contract to supply a hydrogen (H2) production facility and fuelling station solution for ASKO, the largest grocery wholesaler in Norway.
London city has gained another publicly accessible hydrogen (H2) refuelling station after ITM Power launched the second one at the Centre of Engineering Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) in Rainham.
Japanese industrial gas business Iwatani Corporation has opened a new business division dedicated to hydrogen (H2) as part of an organisation restructure.
As the US hydrogen (H2) economy continues to gather pace, the Department of Energy (DOE) has announced plans to invest $30m to further expand on the emerging market.
Uno-X Hydrogen AS, a Nel ASA joint venture, has taken another step towards enabling the wide-spread use of H2-fuelled vehicles throughout Norway after being awarded a multi-million-dollar to deploy further infrastructure in the country.
A joint, government-supported study of the world’s largest hydrogen (H2) energy system by Iwatani Corporation, Toshiba Corporation and Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. has commenced.
Nel Hydrogen Solutions, a business division of Nel ASA, will help advance the hydrogen (H2) infrastructure in Latvia after being awarded a contract by SIA Hydrogenis.
Air Products has helped the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) launch a new era of public transportation in northeast Ohio after supplying several technologies for its new hydrogen (H2) fuelling station.
Germany has gained further momentum in establishing a hydrogen (H2) economy after industry partners The Linde Group, Daimler and OMV Deutschland opened the country’s 22nd public H2 filling station.