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Designed a new system fed by hydrogen to generate heat and electricity in homes

Researchers from the CEU Cardenal Herrera Universities in Valencia, Zaragoza, the Basque Country, the Polytechnic of Catalonia and the CSIC are working on the development of a new energy cogeneration system adapted to households to meet the domestic needs of electricity and heating, The Valencian academic institution said in a statement.


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Hydrogen, champion of the future against climate change

United Kingdom studies the possibility of replacing traditional fuels in all households, due to their low toxicity.
Hydrogen could be the fuel of the future. Thanks to its characteristics, the British government has chosen this gas to try to take a step forward in its fight against climate change. The executive of Theresa May has launched a project to study the possibility of introducing hydrogen as a fuel in all households in the UK.


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FuelCon provides globally latest test station for fuel cell systems

The development of alternative propulsion technologies for vehicles is a recurrent topic for many years. Besides the advanced market entrance of battery-powered electro mobiles, the integration of fuel cell systems as a propulsion technology also takes on greater significance. From now on, due to FuelCon test equipment, the development of new systems can happen even better and more efficient.


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Toyota Opens Portal to Study Feasibility of Using Fuel Cell Technology in Heavy-Duty Truck Applications

Today Toyota Motor North America, Inc. (TMNA) revealed Project Portal - a hydrogen fuel cell system designed for heavy duty truck use at the Port of Los Angeles. Announced at a press conference with Port officials and representatives from California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the California Energy Commission (CEC), the zero-emission truck proof of concept will take part in a feasibility study examining the potential of fuel cell technology in heavy duty applications. The study will begin this summer and contribute to the Ports Clean Air Action Plan, which has dramatically reduced harmful emissions from operations at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles since 2005.


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Air Liquide, partner of Energy Observer, the first energy self-sufficient vessel powered by hydrogen

Air Liquide announces its partnership with Energy Observer, a project that involves the worlds first seagoing vessel powered by hydrogen and renewable energies, energy self-sufficient and with zero greenhouse gas or fine particle emissions. Officially launched today in Saint-Malo (Britanny), this experimental catamaran will make the first-ever trip around the world powered solely by renewable energies in order to test these technologies under extreme conditions so they can be rolled out on a larger scale, at sea and on land, for mobile and stationary purposes.


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EMS Develops New Hydrogen Storage System

500 bar stationary solution for Hydrogen Fuelling Stations to store more than 1000 kg of Hydrogen.
EMS starts the development of a new Hydrogen Storage System. The EMS storage solution will be designed to store more than 1000 kg of Hydrogen (H2) at a nominal working pressure of 500 bar. The system contains high-strength lightweight composite (CFRP) pressure vessels (type 4) which will be embedded in standard containers to serve at H2 fuelling stations. With the new system EMS will add an innovative solution to the emerging H2 infrastructure business.


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Students design and build a Skoda electric buggy, called Element

A total of 22 students have designed and built a Skoda Electric buggy, called Skoda Element, as part of the company's annual initiative for young people to create a new and innovative vehicle. The Czech firm said that since October last year, 22 of the 900 students between the ages of 17 and 18 who come to the Skoda Vocational School, became car designers, which they spent about 1,500 hours of work.


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Call for Abstracts. Deadline 30th June.
IBERCONAPPICE 2017. 17-20 October 2017 Paque Tecnolgico Walqa (Huesca)

On the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Spanish Fuel Cells Association, APPICE organizes IBERCONAPPICE 2017, an avant-garde congress that focuses on new communication technologies to spread the latest research in fuel cells, hydrogen, biofuels, Clean energy generation, industrial developments, strategic programs ...


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Frankfurt and Wiesbaden: New Hydrogen refuelling stations link north and south Germany

Fuel cell electric vehicles welcome: The joint venture H2 Mobility Deutschland and its partners Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde and Shell officially opened two new hydrogen refuelling stations today in Frankfurt and Wiesbaden. The German federal state of Hesse now has a total of five H2 filling stations for emission-free fuel cell vehicles. With these new stations, the partners have moved yet another step closer to a nationwide H2 supply network. The new sites are both conveniently located directly on the A661 and A66 motorways at key points of intersection for people driving from north to south through Germany.


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Electric Cars Hit the 2 Million Threshold Worldwide

A new IEA report says it was a record year for EV sales last year, but the overall market is still small.
The number of electric cars sold worldwide hit a record level of 750,000 last year, bringing the total number of electric vehicles driving on roads around the globe to 2 million, according to a new report out from the International Energy Agency (IEA).


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The Chamber of Commerce will participate in a project to promote electric mobility

The Barcelona Chamber of Commerce will participate in a European project to promote electric mobility in cities with ICT, coordinated by Green IT Amsterdam (Netherlands) and formed by the cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Kaunas (Lithuania), Rome (Italy) ) And Stockholm (Sweden).


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Scientists design molecular system to make artificial photosynthesis possible

Photosynthesis is one of the most efficient phenomena of nature: in addition to providing much of the oxygen that humans need to breathe, this natural process provides the plants, food and energy they need to survive.


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Finnish plant produces hydrogen and fuels from CO2 in the air

The Soletair demonstration plant, developed by the VTT Technical Research Center in Finland and Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), uses carbon dioxide taken from the air to produce renewable fuels and chemicals. The pilot plant is coupled to the LUT solar power plant in Lappeenranta, which aims to demonstrate the technical performance of the entire process and produce 200 liters of fuel and other hydrocarbons for research purposes. It is a demonstration plant unique in its kind in which the entire process chain, from the generation of solar energy to the production of hydrocarbons, is in the same place, according to information from energies-renovables.com.


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Air Liquide completes construction of hydrogen station in Kobe, Japan

Air Liquide Japan is continuing to build out the hydrogen (H2) infrastructure in Japan after completing the construction of its new station in Kobe city.


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Phones, drones, and automobiles: fuel cell tech of the future

From smartphones, to flying drones, to the cars we drive, hydrogen fuel cells could be the new solution to the need for alternative power.


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Large scale hydrogen refueling is viable

European project demonstrates that hydrogen refueling at a very large scale is technically and economically viable for serving large hydrogen fuel cell electric bus fleets.


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Hydrogen production: This is how green algae assemble their enzymes

Researchers at Ruhr-Universitt Bochum have analysed how green algae manufacture complex components of a hydrogen-producing enzyme. The enzyme, known as the hydrogenase, may be relevant for the biotechnological production of hydrogen.


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Contract and Hydrogen Bus Refuelling Stations Update

ITM Power (AIM: ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, announces an update on its contract position and its activities in the rapidly developing market for refuelling fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs).


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Puertollano: The National Hydrogen Center assists as a member to the ordinary general assembly 2017 of UNE

The Ordinary General Assembly 2017 of the Spanish Association of Normalization and Certification, UNE, was held last May 31, with a large number of attendees, including the National Hydrogen Center, which has its headquarters in Puertollano.


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Self-healing catalyst films for hydrogen production

Chemically aggressive conditions prevail during the manufacture of hydrogen from water. This wears out the catalysts used. It would be practical if they were to regenerate themselves.


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Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell, a hydrogen vehicle pioneering and ahead of its time

Hydrogen is the technology of the future and all manufacturers say so. But the lack of hydrogen recharging infrastructures is at present a stumbling block for a Hyundai ix35 that is all ahead of its time, proving that its maintenance-free engine lasts three to four times as much as a combustion engine, which almost triples the autonomy of An electric or that its acceleration is spectacular. And, in addition to not producing emissions, it has excellent safety, since it does not explode, burns, or intoxicates.


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Puertollano: Three fuel cell vehicles of different brands and manufacturers are already on the market

In the market already exist three commercial vehicles of fuel cells of different brands and manufacturers. This was assured by Carlos Merino, head of the simulation and control unit and responsible for the vehicle laboratory, moments before the start of the "Hydrogen and Mobility Workshop'17", which was held on the morning of this Wednesday, May 24 , At the National Hydrogen Center (CNH2) in Puertollano.


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President Mauricio Macri removes the tax on the import of hybrid cars

President Mauricio Macri decreed the reduction and elimination of the tax on imports of cars with alternative energy, including electric, hybrid and hydrogen. The decree determines a reduction of the current tariff from 35% to 5%, 2% and up to zero, and only Will be able to take advantage of the automotive terminals located in the country.
This benefit is limited to 6,000 units over the next three years, and is organized by eight categories according to the type of car and engine. To have the tariff discount, the vehicles must be homologated before the INTI.


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Hydrogen, the fuel of the future?

Electromobility, autonomous driving and hybrid vehicles continue to position themselves as the major trends in transport, yet another possibility raises the hand: hydrogen cells could be one of the solutions for the future of sustainable transport.
Scania believes that to move towards sustainable transport is required to target this technology, which is why they are already working in partnership with the Norwegian wholesale store Asko, to test the propulsion of hydrogen gas in trucks.


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BMW wants to be the leader of electric vehicles and freelancers

BMW will stop giving priority to increasing its sales volume and focus on being the world leader in the areas of electric mobility and autonomous vehicles, in a surprising strategic investment, announced by the CEO himself, Harald Krueger.


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