Energy storage including Fuel cells News for November 2015

Energy storage including Fuel cells News Archive

E4tech releases Fuel Cell Industry Review 2015 report

Hydrogen and fuel cell consultancy E4tech has just released its free Fuel Cell Industry Review 2015, which offers data and analysis by region, application and fuel cell type.

Nidec ASI wins STEAG contract for 90 MW energy storage system in Germany

Nidec ASI has been awarded a contract with German utility STEAG, to supply an energy storage system with a total capacity of 90 MW. This system, based on Nidec ASI's energy conversion solutions, will use batteries supplied by LG Chem to store electrical energy, which STEAG will use to ensure the stability of the German electricity grid.

Hydrogenics signs deals with Chinese vehicle integrators for mobility, hydrogen refueling stations, Power-to-Gas

Canadian company Hydrogenics has signed separate supply agreements with several Chinese electric vehicle integrators, to bring its fuel cell and hydrogen refueling station technology to China as part of the country’s strategy to solve significant air quality issues. The agreements also include using Hydrogenics’ Power-to-Gas (P2G) energy storage technology for converting wind energy and other forms of surplus electricity to hydrogen.

PowerCell fuel cell backup power generator at TeliaSonera telecom base station in Sweden

Nordic fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden has signed a cooperation agreement with mobile operator TeliaSonera, to jointly install and operate a PowerPac power generator at a telecom base station in western Sweden.

Forze team to attempt Zandvoort lap record with hydrogen fuel cell racing car Forze team to attempt Zandvoort lap record with hydrogen fuel cell racing car

On Monday 16 November, the Forze H2 Hydrogen Electric Racing team will try to break the official lap record at Circuit Park Zandvoort in the Netherlands, with its Forze VI fuel cell racing car.

Sierra Energy awarded grant for hydrogen fuel research

Sierra Energy has been granted the award of a Small Business Innovation Research grant from the Defense Logistics Agency.