Thursday, June 16, 2016

Nissan developing new solid oxide fuel cell system for vehicles

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Nissan developing new solid oxide fuel cell system for vehicles

Nissan developing new solid oxide fuel cell system for vehicles

New fuel cell system will make use of bio-ethanol rather than hydrogen Japanese automaker Nissan has announced that it is researching and developing a solid oxide fuel cell system that will be used to power vehicles. The system is[…]Read the full story
New European project aims to expand hydrogen fuel infrastructure

New European project aims to expand hydrogen fuel infrastructure

H2ME 2 project seeks to bring 1,230  fuel cell vehicles to Europe A new pan-European initiative has been launched to expand the region's hydrogen fuel infrastructure. The initiative is called H2ME 2 and will take place  […]Read the full story
Mercedes-Benz is showing stronger support for hydrogen fuel cells

Mercedes-Benz is showing stronger support for hydrogen fuel cells

Automaker to begin selling a new fuel cell vehicle next year Mercedes-Benz has announced plans to begin selling a new fuel cell vehicle next year. The vehicle will be part of its GLC line and represents the automaker's  […]Read the full story
 

 

Plug Power teams with HyGear to deliver better production systems for hydrogen fuel cells

Plug Power teams with HyGear to deliver better production systems for hydrogen fuel cells

New partnership will give Plug Power customers access to efficient hydrogen production technology Plug Power, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced a new partnership with HyGear, another  […]Read the full story
 

 


 

 

 

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