Energy storage including Fuel cells News for March 2012
The Danish government has announced a new Energy Plan 2020 that will establish a range of initiatives for hydrogen infrastructure and fuel cell vehicles, with the overall aim of reaching 100% fossil fuel independence by 2050.
23 March, 2012
The 2012 Grove Medal is being awarded to Professor Dr Hubert Gasteiger, with the Technical University of Munich in Germany. The medal presentation and Professor Gasteiger’s plenary presentation will open the Fuel Cells 2012 Science & Technology conference, taking place 11–12 April in Berlin, Germany.
21 March, 2012
ACAL Energy has unveiled a new, compact, low-cost fuel cell stack design with a rated power of 12 kW and improved power density. The new design is expected to be of interest in both automotive and stationary power applications.
15 March, 2012
In the US, FuelCell Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding with Air Products to work towards the market development of stationary Direct FuelCell® power plants that simultaneously produce hydrogen, ultra-clean electricity, and usable high quality heat.
15 March, 2012
A public solar powered hydrogen filling station for vehicles has been opened in Freiburg, Germany, by Fraunhofer ISE.
07 March, 2012
Arcola Energy in London and Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies in Singapore have formed an exclusive partnership to provide deployment, customisation and integration support to a wide range of companies launching Horizon fuel cell powered products in the UK.
01 March, 2012