Energy storage including Fuel cells News for January 2012
Grid-scale energy storage could become economically viable in the UK with rapid falls in the price of technology and appropriate regulatory support, according to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance study.
27 January, 2012
Energy storage developer ITM Power has signed a pilot agreement with retail giant Marks & Spencer to deliver the UK’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered materials handling trial using onsite hydrogen generation.
23 January, 2012
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19 January, 2012
The UKH2Mobility project – launched today – is a ground-breaking project to ensure the UK is well placed to handle the commercial rollout of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in the next three years. The initiative brings together three government departments and 13 industrial partners from the utility, gas, infrastructure, and global car manufacturing sectors.
18 January, 2012
The Danish company H2 Logic recently opened a hydrogen refueling station just inside the Arctic Circle, to serve fuel cell vehicles being tested by car manufacturers under extreme cold climate conditions at the Arctic Driving Centre in Finland.
16 January, 2012
Canadian-based Hydrogenics has been awarded a contract by fuel station installer Ballast Nedam IPM, to supply a HySTAT 30 electrolyser for integration into a hydrogen fueling station in the Netherlands.
11 January, 2012
US-based fuel cell manufacturer ClearEdge Power is to supply Güssing Renewable Energy GmbH in Austria with 50 MW worth of continuous onsite power fuel cell systems.
10 January, 2012
Alkaline fuel cell systems supplied by UK-based AFC Energy have been generating electric power at AkzoNobel’s Bitterfeld site in Germany since late last year.
09 January, 2012