New tools aim to assist the deployment of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure

H2USA and DOE launch new tools for the hydrogen fuel space H2USA, a public-private organization, and the U.S. Department of Energy have launched new tools that are meant to aid in the development of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure. The tools, called the Hydrogen Refueling Stations Analysis Model and the Hydrogen Financial Analysis Tool, where developed by Argonne National Laboratory and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory respectively. They are meant to address technical and financial barriers that face the establishment of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure. One tool aims to provide information…

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Intelligent Energy joins hydrogen fuel initiative in the US

Intelligent Energy joins the H2USA initiative Intelligent Energy, a clean technology organization based in the United Kingdom, has announced that it has joined the H2USA initiative. The initiative was first launched by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2013 and serves as a public-private partnership that is focused on developing a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure throughout the country. This infrastructure is necessary to support the launch of fuel cell vehicles, which many automakers plan to release in the coming years. H2USA continues its endeavor to establish a hydrogen infrastructure in…

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New project aims to build a working hydrogen fuel infrastructure in the US

Fuel infrastructure project launched by national laboratories The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories have come together to launch a new project that will support the H2USA initiative. H2USA is a public-private partnership that is managed by the U.S. Department of Energy. The initiative aims to ensure that fuel cell vehicles find success in the U.S. by helping establish a working hydrogen fuel infrastructure and promoting clean transportation. The new project coming from the national laboratories will focus more on infrastructure development than any of the other issues…

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New project aims to build a working hydrogen fuel infrastructure in the US

Fuel infrastructure project launched by national laboratories The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories have come together to launch a new project that will support the H2USA initiative. H2USA is a public-private partnership that is managed by the U.S. Department of Energy. The initiative aims to ensure that fuel cell vehicles find success in the U.S. by helping establish a working hydrogen fuel infrastructure and promoting clean transportation. The new project coming from the national laboratories will focus more on infrastructure development than any of the other issues…

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Linde North America joins hydrogen fuel advocacy partnership

Linde teams with H2USA to build infrastructure Linde North America, a member of the Linde Group, has announced that it has joined the H2USA partnership. H2USA is a public-private partnership from the Department of Energy with a goal of promoting the use of fuel cells in transportation and building a hydrogen fuel infrastructure. Linde has played a major role in the development of such an infrastructure in Europe and is keen to help the U.S. become more accommodating to fuel cell vehicles. Linde’s experience may be a boon for US…

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Air Liquide joins US hydrogen fuel initiative

Air Liquide joins initiative to support establishment of hydrogen fuel infrastructure Air Liquide, a leading producer of industrial chemicals, has announced that it has joined the H2USA initiative in the U.S. The initiative was launched by the Department of Energy in order to address the issues that exist concerning the country’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure. H2USA is part of the U.S. government’s overarching interest in clean transportation and the development of a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure is expected to lead to the success of hydrogen-powered vehicles. Company’s extensive experience to be…

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Army may be involved in GM and Honda hydrogen fuel partnership

Hydrogen Fuel Partnership - GM, Honda and U.S. Army

Hydrogen fuel initiative may have the support of the US Army General Motors and Honda recently announced a new joint venture meant to promote progress in the field of hydrogen fuel cells and their use in transportation. Through this partnership, the two automakers plan to develop innovative fuel cell technologies over the next five years. The automakers will not only be working with one another, however, as their partnership also incorporates other stakeholders that have yet to be identified. There are rumors circulating that suggest the U.S. Army may be…

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Hydrogen fuel infrastructure may soon take form in the US

Hydrogen Fuel U.S. Infrastructure

Hydrogen fuel continues to be a major focus for the auto industry The auto industry continues to show strong favor for hydrogen fuel, undaunted by the technical and financial problems that are associated with fuel cells and the criticism coming from consumers concerning the capabilities of hydrogen-powered vehicles. While the auto industry has shown little concern for cost and consumer acceptance, infrastructure has been a very worrisome problem for automakers around the world, especially when it comes to their favored markets. Hydrogen fuel infrastructure is necessary in order for new…

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