Ballard joins the global Hydrogen Council

Ballard Power Joins Hydrogen Council - Forming of Business Partnership

Ballard will be joining internationally-recognized advisory group Ballard Power Systems, a leading developer of fuel cell technology, has announced that it has been officially invited to join the Hydrogen Council. The organization is an internationally-recognized advisory group. The Hydrogen Council is meant to provide long-term insight on the capabilities of fuel cells and how they can be used in the future. The organization was officially launched earlier this year at the World Economic Forum 2017 in Switzerland. Organization aims to promote the use of fuel cells and hydrogen-based technologies As…

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Linde continues work to develop hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Germany

Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure - The Linde Group

Linde opens a new hydrogen station to the public Linde, a leading producer of chemical gases, has opened a new public hydrogen fuel station in Germany. The station has found a home near Munich, where it will serve drivers of fuel cell vehicles. The latest project from Linde serves as yet another step toward developing a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Germany. The country is expected to become a very popular market for fuel cell vehicles, especially as more hydrogen stations begin opening up to the public. Company continues to…

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Germany continues to develop its hydrogen fuel infrastructure

New hydrogen stations opens in Germany Germany is quickly moving to establish a nationwide hydrogen fuel infrastructure in order to secure the adoption of clean transportation. Already, 22 hydrogen stations are open to the public, many of which are located along highways. New stations are cropping up throughout the country relatively quickly, with yet another being opened to the public this week. The new station is part of the Clean Energy Partnership, which is comprised of many organizations, including automaker Daimler, Linde, and OMV Deutshland. German official offers praise for…

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London’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure is beginning to take form

First hydrogen station in London is set to open soon London’s first public hydrogen fuel station is set to launch in the coming days. The new fueling station in located at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington and represents one of the first steps in London’s efforts to bolster its nascent hydrogen fuel infrastructure. ITM Power, a leading developer of fuel cell technology, has told investors that the new fueling station is likely to open on May 10. The fuel cell developer has had a role to play in the…

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Linde reaches new milestone with hydrogen fuel system in South Carolina

Linde technology has played a major role in a fueling station located in BMW’s South Carolina facility Linde, a leading chemical producer, has announced that it has reached a major milestone with its hydrogen fuel technology in South Carolina. The company’s technology is at work at the a BMW manufacturing facility in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where numerous materials handling vehicles have been equipped with fuel cells. BMW operates more than 350 forklifts to manage the facility’s production and logistics function. This represents one of the largest hydrogen-powered forklift fleets in…

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Companies team up to expand hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Germany

New partnership seeks to build 400 hydrogen fuel stations in Germany An industrial partnership is looking to expand the availability of hydrogen fuel in Germany. Air Liquide, Linde, OMV, Shell, and Total have come together to launch a new joint venture called H2 MOBILITY Deutschland GmbH. The venture aims to install some 400 hydrogen fuel stations throughout Germany by 2023. The country is quickly becoming an attractive market for fuel cell vehicles, which consume hydrogen rather than conventional gas. First stage of the partnership will involve the development of some…

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New hydrogen fuel station opens in Germany

Daimler, Linde, and Total open new hydrogen station in Germany A new hydrogen fuel station has opened in Germany. The station is located in Baden-Wuerttemberg and is part of a growing infrastructure that is being developed by automakers and several other companies. This particular station has been built by Daimler, Linde, and Total. The companies began working together in 2013 and this is the fifth station they have developed in Germany. The country is quickly becoming a leader in establishing a comprehensive hydrogen infrastructure, making it a popular market for…

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World’s largest renewable hydrogen fuel facility begins operation in Germany

Germany is not home to the largest renewable hydrogen production facility in the world Germany has become home to the world’s largest renewable hydrogen fuel system. The country has been investing quite heavily in renewable energy over the past few years, hoping to break away from fossil-fuels as well as its reliance on nuclear energy. A greater focus on hydrogen fuel and fuel cell technology has come with increased investments in clean power, and now the country has a new facility that is able to produce significant amounts of hydrogen.…

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New hydrogen fuel station opens in Austria

Linde and OMV open second publically available hydrogen fuel station in Austria Linde and OMV have partnered to officially open Austria’s second hydrogen fuel station that is open to the public. The new fueling station is located in Innsbruck and is situated on one of Europe’s key transportation routes. The station will make it possible for fuel cell vehicles to travel from Germany to Italy. The new hydrogen fuel station was funded by the Hydrogen for Innovative Vehicles project, which is meant to bolster the hydrogen infrastructure in several cities…

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New hydrogen fuel station opens in Germany

First hydrogen fuel station along the autobahn is officially opened Germany’s autobahn now has its first hydrogen fuel station. The station was developed as part of the Clean Energy Partnership, representing the efforts of automaker Daimler, Linde, and TOTAL. Germany has been working to establish a hydrogen fuel infrastructure for some time. This is an effort to create a favorable environment for fuel cell vehicles, which many automakers have plans to launch in the coming years. Such vehicles have won a considerable amount of support from the German government. Fuel…

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UK invests more in its hydrogen fuel infrastructure

Fuel Cell Systems Limited has received funding from the Department for Transport The United Kingdom is investing more in the development of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure. The country’s Department for Transport has issued funding to Fuel Cell Systems Limited, a company specializing in the development of fuel cell technology. This funding has been issued through the Office of Low Emission Vehicles, which is part of the Department for Transport. The funding is meant to aid in the development of a mobile hydrogen fuel station. Fuel cell vehicles need an infrastructure…

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Linde to supply hydrogen fuel for 2015 Shell Eco-Marathon

Linde will be the sole provider of hydrogen fuel for clean transportation event The 2015 Shell Eco-Marathon is coming and Linde North America will be the sole supplier of hydrogen fuel for the event. The Eco-Marathon challenges teams of students from high schools and colleges from around the world to develop energy efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles. Over the past few events, student teams have been showing their skill in developing fuel cell vehicles, which use hydrogen as a source of energy. Fuel cells are taking a prominent position in…

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Linde to supply hydrogen fuel for the Shell Eco-marathon

Linde will be the exclusive supplier of hydrogen for the Shell event Shell is hosting its fifth annual Eco-marathon, where teams of students from various universities demonstrate the potential of hydrogen fuel cells in the transportation sector. Shell expects that 54 teams will compete in the event this year, showcasing their fuel cells and how these energy systems can be used in vehicles. Linde, a leading producer of chemical gases, will be the exclusive provider of hydrogen fuel for this year’s event. Company continues to play a major role in…

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Organizations team to expand the hydrogen fuel infrastructure of the US

Linde and Sandia National Laboratories form cooperative research agreement Sandia National Laboratories and Linde, a producer of industrial gases, have signed a cooperative research agreement that may help accelerate the development of clean technologies, specifically hydrogen fuel cells. The agreement will launch two new projects that aim to accelerate the expansion of a hydrogen fuel infrastructure, through the development of new fuel stations. These fueling stations are needed in order for fuel cell vehicles, which will become more common in the next few years, to find success. Linde expected to…

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Daimler and Linde partner to boost hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Germany

Companies will work together to build new hydrogen stations throughout Germany German automaker Daimler has announced that it has partnered with Linde, a leading producer of industrial gases, to bolster Germany’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure. This infrastructure is needed to support the adoption of fuel cell vehicles. Many of the world’s largest automakers have plans to release hydrogen-powered vehicles in the coming years, but these vehicles will not likely be popular among consumers if they do not have access to the fuel they need to operate these vehicles. Both Daimler and…

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Linde is close to completing its new hydrogen fuel station in California

Linde will soon complete construction on its first commercial hydrogen station in the US Linde LLC is on the verge of completing the construction of its first retail hydrogen fuel station in the U.S. The company has played a vital role in building a hydrogen infrastructure in many parts of the world. This infrastructure is needed in order for fuel cell vehicles to find the success that automakers want to see. Currently, much of the U.S. lacks a working hydrogen infrastructure, with California serving as home to the majority of…

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