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Why hydrogen will change the future but can not take off in Argentina

Hydrogen has long gained prominence in conferences and scientific publications. The specialists predict a future of greatness in the field of energy and fuels: it is everywhere, it is accessible and it does not pollute. But in our country, over the decades, attempts to achieve sustainable development have always been halfway.


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Nikola's new hydrogen truck, to be launched in 2020, has already received 8,000 reserves

Nikola Motor Company is developing a long-range hydrogen fuel cell truck with a 320 kilowatt hour battery. The start of production of the long-haul truck of the company specializing in electric vehicles is scheduled for 2020. Despite the fact that it is three years before the truck goes to market, under the name of Nikola One, the company confirms that they have already Received a total of 8,000 reservations.


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The new generation of Hyundai FCEV will arrive with a range of 580 km

Hyundai has just unveiled how it will be the next generation of its hydrogen-powered SUV in its closest form to production, and it will be called Next Generation FCEV.
Debuting in Seoul, the Next Generation FCEV is a predecessor of the FE Fuel Cell Concept (shown in the past Geneva Hall), and is a very approximate representation of how the production model will be.


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Biggest Microbial Fuel Cell Pee Power urinal to date to be located near Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury

PEE POWER has been given a prime location at Glastonbury Festival just a few hundred metres from the Pyramid stage to showcase turning urine into electricity.
Developed by scientists at the Bristol Bioenergy Centre (BBiC) in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), Pee Power has been shown to be capable of powering lights and charging mobile phones.


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H2.LIVE the app for emission-free driving

From now on, you can download the H2.LIVE app from the App Store and Google Play Store. With the app you get status information on all public 700 bar hydrogen filling stations in Germany. H2.LIVE informs you in real time about scheduled maintenance and unexpected failures.


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Ballards Protonex Subsidiary Receives First Order For Fuel Cell System To Power Commercial UAVs

allard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLDP) announced that the company's subsidiary, Protonex, has received an initial order for its fuel cell propulsion system, together with design services, from FlyH2 Aerospace, a South African-based developer of hydrogen fuel cell powered unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for commercial applications. For competitive reasons, commercial details of this order are confidential.


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U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito and Joe Manchin Announce $600000 for WVU Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Research

U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced today that West Virginia University (WVU) will receive a $600,000 grant to fund Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Research. WVUs researchers will work to design a SOFC compatible with hydrocarbon use, while evaluating coatings aimed at reaching 50 percent or greater power density using hydrocarbon fuel.


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Hidromvil, project to reduce the use of gasoline.

Hidromvil is a project made by young Mexicans that consists of a hydrogen generating instrument that seeks to reduce the emission of polluting gases and reduce the use of gasoline by between 35 and 50 percent, depending on the size of the engine, said Miguel ngel Bentez, One of the engineers of the team that develops this initiative.
Together with his colleagues Juan Carlos Licea Lpez and Alberto Alejandro Gaseo, chemical engineer and automotive mechanic, respectively, they seek to improve their prototype in order to introduce it to the market and begin to test it with diesel, since for now they have only done it with gasoline. They also want it to be used with industrial machinery, such as boilers or other vehicles.


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The US Army Has a 'magic dust' that generates energy based on water

Scientists and engineers from the United States Army have made a revolutionary discovery by discovering that an aluminum-based powder produces large amounts of energy when it comes in contact with any liquid containing water. Home
During an experiment, these military investigators perceived that the mixture of water with one of its nanogalvanic materials made from aluminum caused bubbles. When they analyzed the process, they perceived that the liquid was decomposed into its molecules of oxygen and hydrogen.


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Electric battery powered by saliva

Scientists have developed a battery that is activated through saliva and can be used in extreme conditions where normal batteries do not work.
Over the last five years, Seokheun Choi of Binghamton University in New York, USA, has focused on developing micro-sources of energy to feed into regions with limited diagnostic biosensors at health care points; Has created several paper-based batteries that are energized through bacteria.


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New Lexus LS Fuel Cell Hydrogen

The new generation of the Lexus LS has already been introduced, although for the moment it has not reached dealers in any market. The range will consist of gasoline engines and hybrids, and even the latter will have sports version F Sport. However, despite the fact that this will be the most complete range in the history of the Lexus flagship, the true novelty of the new LS 2018 has not yet been presented, as the brand is still giving it a way to give us a surprise. We're talking about the new Lexus LS hydrogen.


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Liverpool-Manchester Hydrogen Cluster

Emissions from burning and using gas are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. In principle the use of hydrogen in place of natural gas, offers a potential long-term route to widespread decarbonisation of gas distribution networks.
The Liverpool-Manchester Hydrogen Cluster is a conceptual project to develop a practical and economic framework to introduce hydrogen into the gas network in the Liverpool-Manchester area.


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