SteelCell SOFC technology to help develop fuel cell tech for EVs in the UK

SteelCell SOFC Technology for EV applications - EV Charging

Ceres Power has partnered with Nissan to help improve electric vehicle (EV) applications. UK-based Ceres Power, developers of the SteelCell SOFC technology, has teamed up with Japanese motor company, Nissan, to further develop fuel cell technology for electric vehicle applications in the UK. The fuel-flexible and low-cost technology can generate power from conventional fuels. The SteelCell Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) tech is low-cost and fuel flexible. It is capable of producing power from natural gas and other conventional fuels, as well as from sustainable fuels, like hydrogen, ethanol or…

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Nissan and Ceres Power team to promote solid oxide fuel cells

New agreement to benefit clean transportation in the United Kingdom Japanese automaker Nissan has announced that it has finalized an agreement with Ceres Power, a developer of fuel cell technology. Per the agreement, both organizations are to work together to improve clean vehicles, increasing their performance and efficiency. The deal is taking advantage of funding being offered by Innovate UK and the Office of Low Emission Vehicles. The funding is part of a larger initiative to improve clean vehicles and promote clean transportation throughout the United Kingdom. Solid oxide fuel…

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Ceres Power fuel cells may be the most affordable energy option

Steel Cell technology highlighted as an economically viable form of fuel cell technology Ceres Power, a developer of fuel cell technology, may have found a way to build economically viable fuel cell systems for mass deployment, according to a report from Edison Research. The report highlight’s the company’s “Steel Cell” technology, which is cited as being a driving force in the advancement of fuel cells throughout various industries. This technology has made strides due to strategic partnerships with companies based in Japan, South Korea, and the United States. Edison Research…

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Demand for fuel cells is on the rise in the UK

Ceres Power wins funding from the Technology Strategy Board through ambitious initiative Ceres Power, a renewable energy company based in the United Kingdom, has announced that it has been awarded funding from the UK’s Technology Strategy Board through the Fuel Cell Manufacturing and Supply Chain initiative. This initiative is meant to promote better manufacturing methods in regards to fuel cell technology and improve the overall supply chain of these energy systems and their source of fuel: Hydrogen. Fuel cells are becoming quite popular in the UK, especially where transportation is…

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Hydrogen fuel cell developer wins grant from UK government

Hydrogen fuel cells continue to gain support in the UK Ceres Power, a developer of residential hydrogen fuel cell systems, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the United Kingdom’s Department of Energy and Climate Change. The agency has been working to establish the United Kingdom as a world leader in low-carbon technologies and has put a strong focus on fuel cells and other such clean energy systems. While fuel cells remain quite popular in the transportation sector, these energy systems are beginning to gain more attention for their…

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Ceres Power to develop domestic fuel cells in South Korea

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Fuel cells could see domestic use in South Korea Ceres Power, a developer of hydrogen fuel cell products, has announced that it has signed a commercial and technical agreement with KD Navien, the largest manufacturer and installer of boilers in South Korea. KD Navien is responsible for the majority of the boilers that are used by consumers throughout South Korea and exports these boilers to other large markets outside of the country. Together, the two companies will work to develop a fuel cell system that can be used in homes…

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