US Patent approval for Verde hydrogen generation and fuel cell all-in-one system design

Verde LLC has recently been awarded another US patent in regards to the renewable energy industry. The newly approved patent describes its hydrogen generator and fuel cell all-in-one system design. This technology will further revolutionize the utilization of “renewable energy to Hydrogen gas to fuel cell” around the world, since Verde is the first company in the market that successfully commercialized such technology. For further details, please contact VERDE LLC! Contact Information:

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Global Hydrogen Generator Industry Report 2015

ReportBazzar has included a new report titled “Global Hydrogen Generator Industry Report 2015“to their offering. Browse Complete Report with TOC: Summary The Global Hydrogen Generator Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Hydrogen Generator industry. The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Hydrogen Generator market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as…

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Hydrogen Generator Globally Growing To Forecast Industry Overview 2015 By MarketResearchReports.Biz

“The Report Global Hydrogen Generator Industry 2015 Market Research Report provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. –” The Global Hydrogen Generator Industry 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Hydrogen Generator industry. The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.The Hydrogen Generator market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans…

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Proton OnSite PEM electrolyser reaches major milestone in hydrogen gas production

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PEM electrolyser can produce hydrogen gas for vehicles without the use of a compressor Proton OnSite, a leading producer of on-site hydrogen gas generation systems, has announced that its latest proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser project has reached a major milestone. The project is sponsored by the Department of Energy and is part of the agency’s ongoing investigation into the viability of hydrogen fuel. Proton OnSite has developed a new PEM electrolyser that can generate hydrogen gas at pressures that make it usable for vehicles without the need for a…

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Swatch announces plans for new hydrogen-powered car

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Hydrogen-powered cars are becoming more popular around the world, so much so that companies that do not specialize in building vehicles are looking to get in on the action. Swatch, the largest watch-maker in Switzerland, has announced that it is looking to build a new vehicle that is powered by hydrogen and oxygen. Swatch tried to build an alternative energy vehicle once before. In 1997, the company partnered with Daimler, makers of Mercedes-Benz, to build a small electric car. The project was never completed. Swatch CEO Nick Hayek notes that…

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Texas to work toward establishing itself as a key player in the manufacture of new vehicles

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The auto industry has been championing hydrogen transportation aggressively for the past two years. As automakers focus on producing hydrogen-powered vehicles, they have set their sights on California and Hawaii as priority markets. Both states have working hydrogen fuel infrastructures and a base of consumers that are keenly interested in hydrogen. Texas, however, wants to establish itself as a competitor with both California and Hawaii. In Austin, state officials are working to make manufacturing cars in the state more alluring. State officials are working with the Greater Austin Chamber of…

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Toyota embraces hydrogen as one of its primary fuels, plans to release hydrogen-powered vehicles in 2015

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Japanese automaker Toyota has long been a staunch advocate of hybrid and battery-powered vehicles. The company has remained true to its adherence to hybrids and pure electrics even while most of the auto industry adopted hydrogen with open arms. As its competitors gained acclaimed and a great deal of attention for their use of hydrogen fuel cells, Toyota was left in the dark. Now, however, the automaker has also taken up hydrogen as one of its favored fuels and plans to establish itself as a leader in the changing industry…

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U.S. Army shows off world’s first fleet of hydrogen-powered military vehicles

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The United States Army has revealed the world’s first military fleet powered entirely by hydrogen fuel cells. The fleet is comprised of 16 vehicles that will begin field testing in Hawaii this year. The vehicles are part of the U.S. military’s continued experimentation with alternative energy. The Department of Defense has highlighted hydrogen as one of its top priorities for the future and this latest development shows that the agency is making good on its promises to break the country’s dependence of oil. Once the vehicles have gone through the…

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Toyota to launch hydrogen-powered world tour in March of this year

Toyota is embarking on a tour of the world with its new hydrogen-powered concept car, the FCV-R. The tour will launch next month in Europe, where the FCV-R will stop at a number of locations to show of the prowess and viability of hydrogen fuel cells as a source of energy. The FCV-R made its world debut at the Tokyo Motor Show late last year, but Toyota was shy with details on the vehicle’s technology and capabilities. The company’s clandestine attitude now seems to be well founded, as it will…

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United Kingdom launches new hydrogen power initiative with the help of the global auto industry

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The auto industry is taking hydrogen fuel cell energy very seriously. Over the past two years, automakers all over the world have been showing off their new hydrogen-powered vehicles, claiming that hydrogen is the fuel of the future. These claims had once been met with derision from skeptics, but that did not slow the momentum that automakers had gained. Now the United Kingdom is throwing its support behind the auto industry and has announced the launch of a new initiative to progress hydrogen beyond its current point. The initiative is…

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Researchers develop sponge-like material that increases the hydrogen capacity of fuel cells

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 Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the U.S. have been working on ways to make hydrogen fuel cells a more viable energy source. While there can be no doubt that the technology is quite powerful, manufacturing fuel cells is not known for its affordability. The costs of manufacture translate into higher prices for consumers looking to buy fuel cell power systems. The high costs have not made fuel cells popular with many, but researcher may have found a way to reduce the price of fuel cells and boost…

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Honda launches new marketing campaign for hydrogen-powered and natural gas vehicles

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Japanese automaker Honda has begun marketing their new alternative energy vehicles. The company expects to have their new natural gas Civic and hydrogen-powered FX Clarity ready for the consumer market in 2013, but it will not be marketing these vehicles the way it does with its conventional models. Instead, Honda will focus on online advertising and encouraging owners of these vehicles to spread the word. The basis of this initiative is that owners of these new vehicles are “influencers in their communities,” according to Steve Center, vice president of Environmental…

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Business relations between Indian and the UK showing promise thanks to alternative energy

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The British Empire may be on its way back to India as the country begins to purchase more electric vehicles built in the UK. While the return of Britain will not be political in any way, the business relations between the two countries are likely to form a stronger bond than either have held for several years. Tata Steel, a multi-national steel-making company based in London, has been working on a new energy system that its subsidiary, Tata Motors, the largest automaker in India, will be using for a new…

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New sensory device accurately shows that pressure of hydrogen fuel tanks without danger of contaminant

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American Sensor Technologies, a developer of mechanical sensory devices, has developed a new product that caters to hydrogen-powered vehicles. Hydrogen has become the focus for the worldwide auto industry. The fuel is efficient, abundant and inexpensive, which makes it a viable and attractive alternative to oil. The fuel is also quite powerful, allowing automakers to create vehicles without having to sacrifice performance. One of the problems facing hydrogen adoption, however, is the lack of sufficient gauging devices that detail how pressurized fuel tanks are. The company says that its product…

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Toyota shows off new mid-sized hydrogen-powered vehicle at Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Car

Toyota has unveiled its new hydrogen-powered vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show earlier this month. The Japanese automaker, who has made a name for itself in the alternative energy community with the Prius, has begun focusing on hydrogen fuel for the foreseeable future. This focus on hydrogen aligns with the goals of other automakers that have already been working on implementing the fuel for several years. Toyota revealed its medium-sized fuel cell concept car at the Motor Show, saying that the technology used in the vehicle will be identical to…

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Kia joins the ranks of automakers building hydrogen powered vehicles

Kia Pop Concept Model

Korean automaker Kia is taking the plunge into hydrogen fuel. The automaker has had plans to produce a wide variety of environmentally friendly vehicles for several years but had not settled on an particular energy to support. With most major car manufacturers adopting hydrogen, Kia has succumbed to the appeal of the fuel and plans to launch their first hydrogen-powered vehicle in 2015. Kia’s main goal in their hydrogen initiative is to make alternative energy vehicles affordable to a wide variety of consumers. Kia plans to launch a small, three-seat…

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