In the UK, a new spinout company from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is developing a novel technology that allows hydrogen to be stored in a cheap and practical way. Cella Energy Ltd is working on a way of making microfibers and microbeads that can store large quantities of hydrogen at low pressure.
31 January, 2011
In the UK, ACAL Energy and its development partners have put the ground works in place to install the world’s first FlowCath® fuel cell technology system to be used in a practical application, at the Warrington, Cheshire site of Solvay Interox Ltd.
27 January, 2011
Research from Det Norske Veritas (DNV) shows that CO2 could be used, amongst other things, as storage for renewable energy.
21 January, 2011
UK-based Ultra Electronics Holdings has acquired Adaptive Materials Inc, a solid oxide fuel cell developer in the US, from its founders, Dr Aaron and Michelle Crumm, for $23.0 million.
05 January, 2011