New battery system uses renewable energy to produce hydrogen

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Researchers develop promising prototype battery Researchers from Stanford University have developed a new water-based battery that could be used to store wind and solar energy in an efficient and inexpensive manner. The battery is a prototype manganese-hydrogen system and can currently only generate 20 milliwatts of electrical power. Researchers believe that the battery system can be scaled up, however, making it useful for industrial purposes. Once it has been scaled up, researchers predict that it will be able to charge and recharge 10,000 times. Battery acts as a way to…

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Mobile phone towers double as green energy stations

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The fuel cells convert excess electricity from the solar panels and wind turbines into hydrogen that is stored on-site. This way, they cut out fuel used to transport the stored energy to these remote areas. The hydrogen fuel is stored in a tank and delivered to the fuel cells to generate electricity when needed, for instance when there’s not enough wind or solar power.

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Former Chairman of California Air Resources Board John Dunlap Joins HyTech Power’s Board of Directors

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HyTech Power, a hydrogen energy solutions company, today announced that John Dunlap III has joined its board of directors. Dunlap brings extensive experience to HyTech Power as former chair of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), where he was responsible for developing critical regulatory programs to address complex air quality and public health challenges under Governor Pete Wilson. Currently, Dunlap owns and operates The Dunlap Group, focused on developing and implementing strategies for regulatory advocacy and compliance. Dunlap joins HyTech Power’s board as the company prepares to launch its first…

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HyTech Power Appoints Former Boeing Executive Jerry Allyne As President

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HyTech Power, a hydrogen energy solutions company, announced that Jerry Allyne has joined its executive team as president. Allyne, former vice president of strategic planning and analysis at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, joins the company as it prepares to launch multiple hydrogen-based technologies designed to address energy efficiency, emissions reduction and engine performance in the automotive, energy and related markets. Allyne comes to HyTech after more than 30 years of service with Boeing, where he most recently led strategic planning and integration, product strategy, market analysis, competitive analysis, biofuels and new-business…

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OMB Saleri announces that its 350 bar hydrogen valve ERA has successfully completed the automotive EC79 / 2009 certification process at one of the most prestigious European certification institutes. The OMB division hydrogen proposes three different models of the on-tank-valve ERA according to the application, ranging from the automotive to the off-road vehicles: -On tank valve ERA1 – light duty -On tank valve ERA2 – heavy duty -On tank valve ERA3 – with pressure regulator The certification is completed with a series of add-ons components and accessories such as: -Filling…

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Premiere: Hydrogen + Fuel Cells NORTH AMERICA at SPI 2017

At SPI 2017 we will organize the first Hydrogen + Fuel Cells (H2+FC) NORTH AMERICA. After 23 years of experience with Europe’s largest trade fair for hydrogen, fuel cells and batteries, it is now the time to move to the USA. SPI 2017 is North America’s biggest solar trade fair, around 700 exhibitors and 20.000 visitors are expected. The Energy Storage International (ESI), the largest energy storage event in North America with more than 115 exhibitors, will be co-located with the SPI 2017 as well. Hydrogen + Fuel Cell exhibitors…

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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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New research may have found a way to develop better biofuel

Researchers have created a new “nano-reactor” that could catalyze hydrogen production. According to a new study published in the scientific journal, Nature Chemistry, researchers have managed to develop a new biomaterial, by hiding a modified enzyme inside a virus, which is capable of efficiently catalyzing the production of hydrogen. Dubbed the “nano-reactor,” the modified enzyme may result in a biofuel production process that is more efficient and profitable. The modified hydrogen-producing enzyme is 150 times more efficient than an enzyme that has been unaltered. Within the capsid, which is the…

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DetecTape Identifies New Leaks in the Hydrogen Industry

DetecTape™, a new low cost visual leak detection tape in the hydrogen industry, is now available. Berlin, Connecticut – January 2016 Midsun Specialty Products, Inc. (MSP), a leading manufacturer and distributor of specialty silicone tapes in Berlin, Connecticut announced a partnership today with Boulder, Colorado based Element One, Inc. to bring a new visual leak detection technology to industries and companies that use hydrogen.  The technology is designed for use by inspection and maintenance teams with the intent of expediting the leak identification process in hydrogen fuel cell, generation, storage,…

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Hydrogen fuel cell developer posts third quarter results

Plug Power releases third quarter results, showing strong gains and some losses Plug Power, a developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has released the results of its third quarter performance. The company, like others in the fuel cell industry, has been fighting to establish a foothold in the commercial market. Over the past year, Plug Power has managed to gain significant momentum in the market and has attracted attention from investors and businesses alike for its innovative fuel cells. Plug Power has seen some successes during the third quarter of this…

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Renewable energy report highlights benefits of solar-generated hydrogen

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Report points to promises in renewable energy sector Amadee + Company, a leading market research firm, has released a new report entitled “Solar Fuels, Artificial Photosynthesis, Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and the Future of Clean Energy: Technologies, Markets, Competitors and Opportunities – 2013-2023 Analysis and Forecasts.” The report is meant to highlight the growth potential of several forms of renewable energy. The report suggests that the sun offers more energy in a single hour than is currently used by the entirety of civilization, which makes the sun a powerful tool in…

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Ajusa successfully fuels Hyundai ix35

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Ajusa helps establish hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Spain Hyundai continues to make waves in the auto industry with its hydrogen-powered Tucson ix35. The South Korean automaker is expected to be the first major manufacturer to release a hydrogen-powered vehicles to the commercial market. While the ix35 is currently poised for a release at the end of this year, there are a few of these vehicles that are being used in a small handful of countries in Europe. Spain is one such country, where the ix35 is being used to test…

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Audi to build new hydrogen and natural gas production facility

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Audi reveals plans for new fuel production facility in Germany The auto industry has become enthralled with hydrogen fuel. Most of the world’s major automakers, such as Daimler, Toyota, and Hyundai, are currently developing a new generation of vehicles that are equipped with hydrogen fuel cells. These companies have plans to commercialize these vehicles beginning in 2013. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are not the only thing the auto industry is interested in, in terms of hydrogen fuel. German automaker Audi has revealed plans for a new hydrogen fuel production facility that is…

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Largest methane production plant in the world goes live in Germany

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New gas-to-power facility activated in Germany with a focus on methane Germany’s Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Wurttemberg has activated the world’s largest power-to-gas plant. The facility will serve as home to research regarding alternative energy and fuel production. The research facility will use solar energy to produce methane gas, which will then be added to the German natural gas grid. Though methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, it can be used in fuel cells to produce electricity, as an alternative to hydrogen. Alternative energy foundation eyes methane…

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Air Fuel Synthesis creates new clean fuel for vehicles

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Air Fuel Synthesis uses hydrogen to produce new kind of clean fuel Hydrogen is currently the most popular clean fuel that is expected to revolutionize the future of transportation, but it may soon be nothing more than a step in a larger equation that produces another clean fuel. Late last week, a small British company called Air Fuel Synthesis suggested it was possible to produce vehicle fuel from air, using hydrogen as a component in the process. Such an accomplishment could have profound implications for the environment, most notably removing large…

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Navy unveils new solar energy system from SunPower

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US Navy tries its hand at solar energy The U.S Navy has been pushing ahead with several of its alternative energy initiatives for the past several months, even those that have been shrouded in controversy by the federal government. The Navy has become one of the strongest forces in biofuel, hydrogen, and renewable fuel production in the world, backed heavily by the Department of Defense. Now, the Navy is looking to show off the accomplishments it has made in its use of solar energy. New solar energy system located at…

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