Sweden’s largest fuel cell filling station
The EU project HIT-2Corridors (Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport) that aims to develop two HIT-2 strategic corridors within Europe ..read on»
European stationary fuels cells closing in on deployment
The FCH JU on March 26 launched its Stationary Fuel cell Commercialisation Study, an impressive effort, bringing together 35 organisations, of which the main European ..read on»
17 new hydrogen refuelling stations worldwide in 2014
As of March 2015, the total number of hydrogen refuelling stations in operation is 184 ..read on»
CertifHy Project Launch Conference, 23 April 2015, Brussels
A consortium of four European expert organizations (Hinicio, ECN, TÜV SÜD and LBST) have joined forces in the project CertifHy to develop an ambitious and ..read on»
Hydrogen, hydrogen everwhere……. making headlines
The BBC business section on the day of  solar eclipse on March 20 published another story  with a cosmic dimension under the title "Hydrogen, ..read on»
Member states reassert sovereignty over energy mix ahead of EU summit
A more effective, flexible market design that will integrate renewables is needed, according to draft summit conclusions, obtained by EurActiv ..read on»
Aberdeen opens UK’s first H2 production and bus refuelling facility
Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing together with BOC’s director of Bulk and Packaged Gases Nathan Palmer (see photo) and Transport Scotland chief executive David ..read on»
European Commission canvassing opinions for review of the 2011 White Paper on transport
In preparation for “refocusing the strategy in the next year”, the European Commission has opened a 12 week consultation to collect views of stakeholders on ..read on»
While you’re at it: Air Products opens first H2 dispenser at supermarket in London
The UK’s hydrogen transport system took an important step forward on March 11, 2015 with the opening of the country’s first supermarket hosted hydrogen station ..read on»