Energy storage including Fuel cells News for November 2012
Air Products has been awarded a contract with the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) in India, to build the country’s first solar powered renewable hydrogen fuelling station. The station is scheduled to be onstream in July 2013.
29 November, 2012
Guest Blog by Barry Johnston
21 November, 2012
The UK’s Technology Strategy Board is launching a programme of funding for business-led innovation to stimulate the development of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies, starting with two competitions for feasibility studies.
15 November, 2012
German-based SFC Energy has concluded a distribution agreement with European technology supplier Acal BFi, which will add the SFC Energy range of EFOY Pro fuel cell generators to its Power Solutions portfolio.
13 November, 2012
Fuel cell systems supplied by Canadian-based Ballard Power Systems provided critical electric power to the Bahamas mobile telephone network when Hurricane Sandy downed power lines and cut off grid power.
07 November, 2012
US-based FuelCell Energy has received an order from its South Korean partner, POSCO Energy, for 121.8 MW of fuel cell kits and services. The order is the biggest the fuel cell industry has yet seen.
06 November, 2012
UK-based ITM Power has signed an agreement with ABO Wind in Germany to identify and develop wind-to-hydrogen projects in the UK, Ireland, and Germany.
02 November, 2012
The Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (HCATT) has awarded Canadian-based Hydrogenics a contract to develop, fabricate, and deliver a 100 kW HyPM-OH outdoor hydrogen fuel cell power system for a US Air Force/Navy Base in Hawaii.
01 November, 2012