100% renewable targets will require power storage to manage flows on the net
Electrolysers utilise these intermittent power flows to produce H2 gas from water
H2 gas can be stored in large quantities underground and transported via existing gas pipelines
H2 vehicles recharge faster and are more durable than battery powered transport
Growing H2 demand in industrial processes will reduce costs and increase supply
The Euro-Mediterranean Hydrogen Technologies Conference, September 2012 – Tunisia
The Euro-Mediterranean Hydrogen Technologies Conference will take place on September 11-14, 2012 in Hammamet, Tunisia ..read on»
Durban climate conference to provide roadmap to new legally binding treaty
The 17th climate conference finally came to end on December 12th in Durban, South Africa ..read on»
EU project development course in Hungary
The FP7 Winter Academy offers a three-day February 7th-10th winter course covering all stages of an EU project development. Participants will learn the difference between FP7 and other EU programmes and get an in-depth look at the entire life-cycle of an EU project, including financial reporting and post project audits.  They will learn how to identify a call and submit a proposal in FP7. The course combines 1,5 days of proposal development and evaluation, and 2 days of project management.
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TEN-T Info Day to be held on January 31, 2012
The Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency (TEN-T EA) will organize its annual TEN-T Info Day on Tuesday 31 January 2012 at the Borschette Conference Centre in ..read on»
Hydrogenics Awarded Swiss Hydrogen Station Order
Hydrogenics was awarded to deliver one HySTAT(TM)60 electrolyser, capable to produce 130kg a day of pure hydrogen. It will be part of a complete electrolysis-based fueling station awarded to Carbagas, a fully owned subsidiary of the Air Liquide group. The electrolyser will be delivered to the city of Brugg in the canton of Aargau, Switzerland at the beginning of 2012 as part of the CHIC, a European demonstration project of fuel cell buses (chic-project.eu).
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Hera Group to open a Laboratory for Hydrogen Energy (HLab) in Forly, Italy
The HLab will be one of the few labs in Italy that receives energy from renewable sources (photovoltaic) and uses a fuel cell cogeneration system. All new technologies will be carefully studied to identify the most efficient and more attractive for industrial production. The laboratory is expected to become fully operational in 2012 and will focus on research on renewable and alternative energy sources.
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Element One Ships New H-Series Fuel Reforming Hydrogen Generators
American fuel reformer manufacturer Element One (e1) has announced the commencement of deliveries of its new H-Series fuel reforming hydrogen generators ..read on»
Air Liquide and Plug Power to develop the market for hydrogen-powered forklift trucks in Europe
Among all the markets for hydrogen energy that of fuel-cell powered forklift trucks is today the fastest growing one ..read on»
H2moves Scandinavia to launch a new hydrogen fuelling station in Oslo
On the 21st of November the H2moves Scandinavia is going to present a new hydrogen refueling station to a large number of policy makers, car ..read on»
Simplification Drives Hydrogenics Power Density Breakthrough in HyPM®Power Modules for Mobility Applications
Hydrogenics Corporation, announced on the 1st of November 2011 the release of its advanced generation HyPM® HD (heavy duty) Fuel Cell Power Modules ..read on»