Multi billionaire invests 8.7million in AFC Energy
UK fuel cell developer AFC Energy, directed by EHA Chairman Ian Williamson has announced an equity investment of nearly £8.7 million in the company by Ervington Investments Ltd, the ultimate beneficial owner of whom is Roman Abramovich on»
695 companies and organisation sign EU CEF Declaration
In the next few weeks, Member States are expected to decide the EU’s budget for 2014-2020 on»
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy creating more jobs in UK
A recent survey and analysis by the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and the Energy Generation and Supply Knowledge Transfer has highlighted exciting growth on»
H2 Road Tour ends on Positive Note!
On 13 September, 2012 the European Hydrogen Road Tour began in Hamburg. The event was aimed at raising awareness among a wide audience, including politicians members of industry and the broader public in regards to the usability and advantages of utilizing Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs on»
2012 TEN-T November events
Three key TEN-T events will take place on 27-28-29 November 2012 in Brussels, organised by the European Commission, and for the Info Day jointly with the TEN-T Executive Agency. A Business Summit will be followed by the annual TEN-T Days conference (limited to one day only this year) and the Agency’s Info Day for the 2012 Calls for Proposals will take place on the third day. on»
Fuel Cell Industry commits € 3 billion investment for next 7 years of market roll out .
At the 5th Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU Stakeholders Meeting in Paris on October 12 the result of recent industry survey were presented in view of the next EU financial cycle and and for continued public support. on»
North Rhein Westphalia launches subsidy programme for small power and heating products
The German state of North Rhein Westphalia recently launched a subsidy scheme for micro combined heat and power products (mCHP). on»
Connecting Europe’s energy and transport infrastructure
In the coming weeks the EU Parliament and the Member States will further discuss the plans for the EU Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), and the accompanying TEN T and TEN E guidelines, that should facilitate smooth interconnections and allow the integration of the first zero emission energy carriers for transport, electricity and hydrogen, into Europe’s transport network. On November 5, 2012 the CEF amendments were discussed in Parliament and as mentioned in our September report, combined efforts with other alternative fuel organisations resulted in amendments seeking to integrate funding for innovative technologies for road transport that the EU Commission proposal failed to ensure.  In fact over the last weeks announcements of increased cross border cooperation in Scandinavia and the start of the TEN T Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport, HIT project, that HyER facilitated in collaboration with the EHA and that will be featured at the next TEN T Days on November 27 -29, 2012 in Brussels on»
Siemens joins Clean Energy Partnership
The German electronics group Siemens has announced that it is joining the Clean Energy Partnership, Europe’s largest demonstration project for hydrogen mobility. on»
Japanese Government to encourage hydrogen refuelling station growth
The Japanese Government will ease regulations in an effort to have 100 stations in operation by 2015. Under the current regulations, hydrogen stations can only be built in industrial areas. on»