Energy storage including Fuel cells News for October 2010

Energy storage including Fuel cells News Archive

Cellkraft runs fuel cell boat on 160 km reliability test from Stockholm Cellkraft runs fuel cell boat on 160 km reliability test from Stockholm

The Swedish fuel cell developer Cellkraft has driven a fuel cell powered small boat on a lengthy trip through the Stockholm archipelago. The journey was made to test the reliability of the Cellkraft PEM fuel cells, running on hydrogen reformed from methanol.

IdaTech acquires Plug Power’s LPG off-grid, backup power stationary product lines

Oregon-based IdaTech, a leading developer and manufacturer of extended-run backup power fuel cell products, has acquired the assets of Plug Power’s GenSys® liquid petroleum gas (LPG) off-grid and GenCore® backup power stationary fuel cell product lines.

EHA, HyRaMP call for coordinated build-up of sustainable hydrogen infrastructure in Europe

The European Hydrogen Association (EHA) and the European Regions and Municipalities Partnership for hydrogen and fuel cells (HyRaMP) have called for accelerated support from the EU, national and local governments to ensure a sustainable build-up of hydrogen infrastructure in Europe.

Center Parcs joins ITM Power’s hydrogen on-site trials (HOST)

The organisation will use ITM Power’s transportable high pressure refuelling unit.

Report: energy storage market for wind will reach US$1.1 billion by 2015

The NanoMarkets report concludes that there will be a growing market for energy storage systems that will remove some of the major obstacles to wind generation and create a business opportunity for such systems.

International team develops ultrahigh-power energy storage devices

The researchers from the U.S. and France report the development of a micro-supercapacitor with "remarkable" properties.

Vestas joins hydrogen refuelling project

Vestas Wind Systems AS has joined ITM Power’s Hydrogen On Site Trials (HOST) of its transportable high pressure refuelling unit (HFuel).