Energy storage including Fuel cells News for April 2013
A European consortium of 11 leading companies have established the North Sea Power to Gas Platform, to further develop the concept of Power-to-Gas (P2G) – the conversion of renewable electrical power into a gaseous energy carrier like hydrogen or methane.
26 April, 2013
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24 April, 2013
A collaborative project in the UK has demonstrated a more than 30 percent increase in the power density of an Intelligent Energy fuel cell system, as well as reliable cold-start performance at temperatures down to –20°C.
16 April, 2013
Air Liquide recently started up the first hydrogen fuel cell system on a remote site in Belgium. This fuel cell solution is an alternative power supply for telecom antennas in isolated locations, or which are difficult to connect to the power grid, while also reducing CO2 emissions.
11 April, 2013
The operating temperature and altitude rating have both been extended in the latest size, says ABB
10 April, 2013
Proton OnSite has reduced the cost of producing water electrolysis stacks by 40 percent over the last five years, enabling the firm to begin producing a cost-effective multi-megawatt electrolyser for the emerging renewable energy markets.
09 April, 2013
German companies Hoppecke and Truma have formed a partnership in grid-independent power supply systems, with Hoppecke using Truma fuel cells in its new ‘grid.systemizer’ backup power systems.
05 April, 2013