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Hydrogen Fuel Research Tests Sustainable Catalyst Development
Scientists at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Ky., are working on a method to generate hydrogen fuels that significantly lowers energy
Fuel Cells For African Telecoms
GenCell Energy, the Petach Tikvah, Israel fuel cell power manufacturer, has announced that Adrian Kenya, an African telecom integrator will install the
Ballard Acquires Fuel Cell Assets
Ballard Power Systems, Vancouver, B.C.,  has acquired certain strategic assets of Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation (AFCC), a private company owned by
Ballard, ABB Sign MOU For Marine Fuel Cell Systems
Canada’s Ballard Power Systems has announced signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with ABB to start collaboration activities toward the development
Fuel Cells Protect Canadian Pipeline Valves
Simark Controls Ltd., a subsidiary of SFC Energy, a provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets,
Ballard, Audi Sign Fuel Cell Technology Extension
 Ballard Power Systems, Vancouver, B.C.,  said it has signed a 3.5-year extension to its current Technology Solutions contract with Audi AG, part
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Passes Altoona Testing
The Axess FC brand bus from ElDorado National (ENC) has completed the 12 year / 500,000 mile life cycle Altoona testing of
Toyota’s Fuel Cell Bus
As it becomes another automobile company not wanting to be known as an automobile company, Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp. said sales have started
Fuel Cell Orders For Lift Trucks & Buses
Ballard Power Systems, Vancouver, BC, announced it has signed a Master Supply Agreement (MSA) with Hyster-Yale Group for the supply of minimum
Alstom Supplying Fuel Cell Passenger Trains
Alstom will build 14 trains powered by fuel cells for the transport authority (LNVG) of Lower Saxony in Germany. The trains are
Fuel Cells Go Cruising
ABB will deliver its first fuel cell system for Royal Caribbean cruise lines. The system will be placed onboard a Royal Caribbean
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