Energy storage including Fuel cells News for September 2010

Energy storage including Fuel cells News Archive

German army introduces SFC's portable Jenny fuel cell in soldier energy networks

Munich-based SFC Energy has received a further serial order from the German army, which will be introducing the portable Jenny fuel cell into a new energy network for soldiers. SFC is a market leader for mobile and off-grid power solutions based on its direct methanol fuel cell technology.

Ceres Power demonstrates wall-mounted natural gas CHP solid oxide fuel cell product

Ceres Power has successfully demonstrated its integrated, wall-mounted combined heat and power (CHP) product at its solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) mass manufacturing facility in Horsham, UK.

Car solar roof recognised by Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan has presented ASOLA Advanced and Automotive Solar Systems GmbH with the ‘2009 World Advanced Mobile Solar Technology Growth Leadership Award’ for its year-by-year growth.

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Call for entries: Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy Call for entries: Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy

The organisers of the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy is seeking entries from "inspirational and innovative" local sustainable energy programmes from Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Smart grid opportunities in Europe

Smart grid opportunities in Europe could be worth almost US$0.5 billion in new annual business opportunities by 2015 driven by the EU energy policy requirements on renewable energy and interconnection of grids.

J. Robert Selman to be awarded 2010 Grove Medal in recognition of pioneering fuel cell work

The prestigious 2010 Grove Medal will be awarded to J. Robert Selman, University Distinguished Research Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, at the forthcoming Fuel Cells Science & Technology Conference, taking place 6–7 October in Zaragoza, Spain.

Scottish Water joins ITM Power onsite hydrogen vehicle refuelling trials

In the UK, Scottish Water is to participate in the Hydrogen On Site Trials (HOST) of ITM Power’s Transportable Hydrogen Refuelling Station (HFuel). The high-pressure system will be used to refuel two Revolve Technologies hydrogen Ford Transit vehicles for use in Scottish Water operations.