The Viking Lady – all fuels cells on board!
The FellowSHIP Project, joint industry R&D project experimenting with fully integrated fuel cells on board vessels and offshore platforms – said today that it is entering on»
EHA AGM June 28, 2013: What has Hydrogen in Store for 2014-2020?
Over the last few of months the reference to hydrogen in key EU transport and energy policy dossiers is asking for clear and realistic strategies for the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell applications throughout Europe. A recent meeting organised by the EU Commission on “Hydrogen in the Economy” saw a line-up of detailed presentations on the contribution of different hydrogen applications to EU’s new ambitions for 2030 if not 2050. The meeting also demonstrated different approaches of car OEM, power companies and turbine industry to hydrogen and fuel cell deployment in future vehicles, stationary applications and as grid balancing solutions. on»
Air Liquide invests in innovative hydrogen storage technology
Air Liquide announces an equity investment in the Australian company HYDREXIA through its subsidiary ALIAD, which is dedicated to investments in technology startups. on»
HyER 5th Anniversary
This year, Hydrogen, fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions,HyER, will be marking its 5th anniversary together with its member regions and cities across Europe with an annual public event on 25-26 June 2013 during the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), in Brussels. With the European Commission’s communication on Clean Power for Transport, as released earlier this year, which will ensure harmonised build-up of infrastructure for alternative fuels (including hydrogen and electricity) across Europe and its reference to the European Electromobility Observatory (EEO) on»
Public debate: boosting the market take-up of clean power vehicles
The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport invites all interested parties to participate in a public debate on Clean Power for Transport, on 4 May 2013, on»
MEPs approve firm carbon emissions targets for 2020
The EU Parliament has approved a draft report setting out rules for achieving the 95g/km CO2 emissions target for 2020 car sales within Europe and added an indicative target range of 68-78g/km from 2025. on»
EHA members Hydrogenics and ITM Power part of new North Sea Power to Gas Platform
As the main stakeholders convened in Brussels at an important EC meeting on the role of hydrogen in energy policy (see EHA in Action)  11 leading companies in Europe have joined forces in the newly established North Sea Power to Gas Platform on»
EU Commission includes hydrogen in further policy planning towards 2030
At a meeting on April 26, 2013 hosted by the  EU Commission “Hydrogen in the economy – the strongest link in the neergy chain?-  EU director general Philip Lowe referred to the role of hydrogen in planning for a medium target in 2030 towards the EU ‘s 2050 emission reduction efforts. on»
Roadmap for energy storage technologies includes hydrogen
On April 17 the European Association for the Storage of Energy and the European Energy Research Area, EERA, presented their Energy Storage Technology Development Roadmap towards 2030. on»