The Fight Between Batteries and Fuel Cells

Transportation is changing. Throughout the auto industry, companies are beginning to focus their efforts on developing vehicles that produce zero emissions. Many are doing so in order to comply with emissions regulations being instituted in their most prominent markets, while others are looking to cater to changing consumer behavior, answering the call for cleaner vehicles and cleaner transportation. The issue, however, has become quite divisive for many people. There is currently a somewhat caustic debate concerning what sort of clean technology should power the future of transportation. The fight is…

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Hydrogen fuel cell developer raises funds with public offering

FuelCell Energy sells 22 million shares FuelCell Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, is one of the few companies in the fuel cell industry that is verging on reaching profitability. This has been an elusive goal for the industry as a whole due to the high costs associated with fuel cell production. Recently, FuelCell Energy opened itself to public trading, offering some 22 million shares at $1.25 a piece. While fuel cells themselves have received a significant amount of negative attention in recent years, the company’s public offering…

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Redox takes a new approach to fuel cells

New fuel cells coming from Redox Power Systems Redox Power Systems, a technology startup based in Maryland, claims that it has developed a new kind of fuel cell that could be a major breakthrough for the renewable energy sector. The company suggests that its fuel cell is smaller than most conventional models, but it could provide a significant amount of energy for a variety of purposes. Moreover, the fuel cell from Redox will not be wholly reliant on hydrogen fuel. Instead, this fuel cell can run on a variety of…

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Hydrogen fuel could lead to sustainable trucking in the EU

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Hydrogen fuel could curb the emissions produced by trucks in Europe A new report from the International Council on Clean Transportation has found that hydrogen fuel cells could unlock a bright new future for trucking in Europe. Hydrogen fuel has become a staple in the realm of clean transportation, gaining a great deal of support from automakers around the world. The fuel produces no emissions and can be used to power various kinds of vehicles, making it an attractive alternative to fossil-fuels, especially for organizations looking to align themselves with…

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CFCL to offer fuel cells for free in the UK

CFCL - UK Fuel Cells

Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited launches ambitious new campaign Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (CFCL), a developer of solid oxide fuel cells, has announced an ambitious new campaign to help promote the adoption of fuel cell energy systems. Hydrogen fuel cells are typically the most popular type of fuel cell that consumers are aware of, but fuel cells come in a variety of forms that cater to different purposes. Solid oxide fuel cells, for instance, are usually larger fuel cell systems that are widely used throughout the industrial sector. These same fuel…

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Hydrogen fuel may receive more funding in the US

Hydrogen Fuel Funding

US begins showing stronger backing for hydrogen fuel The U.S. may be showing more support for hydrogen fuel, as a number of federal lawmakers commit their support to a House Appropriations Request Letter that calls for more funding into fuel cells and hydrogen. The U.S. has been a strong advocate of renewable energy, but hydrogen fuel has not been one of the country’s most favored form of clean power. Despite showing more support for solar and wind power, the federal government has provided some backing to hydrogen fuel projects in…

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Hydrogenics to participate in Don Quichote project

Hydrogenics Hydrogen Fuel Cell Project

Hydrogenics announces inclusion in Europe’s Don Quichote project Hydrogenics, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen production systems, has announced that it has been chosen for a energy storage research and development project in Europe. The company has been making headlines in recent months due to its extensive work in the fuel cell industry and the major deals it has been a part of in recent weeks. The research and development in Europe is called “Don Quichote” and is backed by the European Commission’s Fuel Cell and Hydrogen…

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Hydrogenics receives large order from CommScope

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CommScope orders new fuel cell systems from Hydrogenics Hydrogenics, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen production technologies, has announced that has received an order for its HyPM XR Series of hydrogen fuel cell systems from CommScope, a multinational telecommunications company. Like other companies in the telecommunications industry, CommScope is keen to ensure that its vast network has abundant access to the electricity it needs to provide service to customers. Hydrogen fuel cells have become a popular option for this industry because of their ability to produce high…

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FuelCell Energy stock jumps with new deal

Fuelcell Energy Industry Financial News

FuelCell Energy deal with Posco causes stock to soar FuelCell Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that it has received the largest order in its history. The company has received a massive order from Posco, a South Korean steelmaker. Posco is a top shareholder in FuelCell Energy and has exhibited an extreme interest in hydrogen fuel cells in the past. The gravity of the order is being reflected in the stock market, where FuelCell Energy stock rose in value by as much as 30%. Posco commissions…

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