Energy storage including Fuel cells Features for January 2010
For a decade, the members of the California Fuel Cell Partnership have been working together to successfully navigate the early stages of fuel cell vehicle and hydrogen station deployments. As of June 2009, CaFCP members have placed more than 300 fuel cell passenger vehicles and transit buses, and 26 hydrogen stations, into California communities.
19 January, 2010
As the world reels from the major economic crisis of the past two years, a great deal of the political and business focus has been placed on finding the next generation of economic growth opportunities, and the further development and commercialisation of clean energy sources is key to that. So is this the time for the fuel cell to come in from the margins and play a key role? Dr. Jonathan Butler and Dr. Kerry-Ann Adamson of Fuel Cell Today (FCT) think the time is right.
14 January, 2010