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BOC Linde, Daimler and partners to build 13 new hydrogen fuelling stations in Germany by end of 2015

 

SHFCA member BOC Linde has just announced that in partnership with Daimler they will be building 13 new hydrogen fuelling stations in Germany by the end of 2015, to be supplied with sustainably ...

http://www.linde.com/cleantechnology  Link to external site

 

Air Products to supply Hydrogen and Technology for 19 First Element Fuel 'Hydrogen Stations' in California

 

SHFCA member Air Products, a worldwide leader in hydrogen fuelling technology, has announced it has signed an agreement to be the hydrogen fuelling station and technology supplier for FirstElement ...

http://www.airproducts.com/h2energy  Link to external site

 

POSCO to build 360MW fuel cell power station in South Korea

 

POSCO Energy has announced their intention to build a 360 MW-capacity fuel cell power generation plant, the largest one of its kind in the world, in Pyeongtaek City, Gyeonggi Province, South ...

http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/article/6532/fuel-cell-power-generation-posco-energy-builds-world%E2%80%99s-largest-fuel-cell-power-station  Link to external site

 

Watch work in progress at Aberdeen’s new Kittybrewster hydrogen bus refuelling station

 

Aberdeen will soon experience the benefits of the World's largest demonstration of hydrogen fuel cell buses, realising the aspiration for Aberdeen to become a world-leading city for low carbon ...

http://www.aberdeeninvestlivevisit.co.uk/Invest/Aberdeens-Economy/City-Projects/H2-Aberdeen/Hydrogen-Bus/Hydrogen-Bus-Project.aspx  Link to external site

 

Scotland on track to produce 50% of annual electricity demand from Renewables in 2014

 

Almost half of the power generated in Scotland now comes from renewable sources, according to official figures just released by the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). The ...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-29360934  Link to external site

 

4th Energy WAVE 'Fuel Cell Annual Review, 2013' : Global fuel cell shipments worth $1.8 billion in 2013

 

SHFCA member 4th Energy WAVE has just released a new study on key trends in the fuel cell industry. Two new strong drivers for change have emerged in the form of resilience and future-proofing which ...

http://www.4thenergywave.co.uk/annual-review/  Link to external site

 

Fuel Cells now lead technology in Micro CHP market, estimated $3.5 Billion by 2019

 

The Micro CHP Market is expected to grow from $902.9 Million in 2012 to $3,506.2 Million by 2019, at a CAGR of 20.2% from 2014 to 2019. Fuel Cells are identified as the biggest market by technology, ...

http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/micro-chp-market-419.html  Link to external site

 

Fuel Cells - Starting a Smart Power Revolution

 

A recent industry report highlights that fuel cell smart power units can deliver tangible benefits for 90% of UK households. The report by Ecuity Consulting on behalf of key UK fuel cell developers ...

http://www.ecuity.com/ecuityknowledge/fuel-cells-starting-smart-power-revolution/  Link to external site

 

Hydrogen buses take part in Aberdeen Doors Open Day

 

Buildings across Aberdeen welcomed the public on Saturday 13th September as part of Doors Open Days 2014, and over 200 people experienced one of the city’s new hydrogen buses. Aberdeen City ...

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/aberdeen/343454/hydrogen-buses-and-historic-buildings/  Link to external site

 

Solar and wind power proposed as way to refill hydrogen stations in Japan

 

The Environment Ministry of Japan is considering using alternative energy sources to generate hydrogen for the refuelling stations now being built to recharge fuel cells in next-generation ...

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2014/09/13/national/solar-wind-power-proposed-as-way-to-refill-hydrogen-stations/  Link to external site

 
 

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