Air Products is installing the UK’s first mobile H2 refueller station with dual-pressure fuelling capability
Air Products recently announced plans to install the UK’s first mobile hydrogen fuelling station with dual-pressure fuelling capability on»
New UK government presents Annual Energy Statement
In the first ever Annual Energy Statement to Parliament, the new UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne on June 27 set out on»
UK Fuel Cells and Hydrogen merry into new UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Association (UK HFCA)
The new UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Association (UK HFCA) was launched this week as the result of the merger of Fuel Cells UK and the UK Hydrogen Association. The new industry body will provide a common voice for the sector, advocating a positive social, political and economic environment for the development of hydrogen energy and fuel cells in the UK.  With a membership comprising the leading fuel cell and hydrogen companies in the UK as well as a range of stakeholders, from energy utilities to component developers, fuel suppliers and others involved both directly and indirectly in the industry, the newly formed UK HFCA has greater influence over key public and private stakeholders to support hydrogen energy and fuel cell research.  The UK HFCA aims to provide an authoritative point of contact and a clear, informed and current view on research, development and demonstration priorities for Government, other funding agencies and key influencers. on»
EU, UK and US issue renewable storage funding
With the increase in the use of renewable energy sources, the need for effective storage becomes greater on»
The recently released James Bond movie featured four Ford Hydrogen Edge's and a high tech dwelling in the desert powered by fuel cells that at on»
In the same month that the UK Government announced it is increasing its CO2 reduction target from 60% to 80% by 2050 (like the new on»