Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Newest Innovations In Consumer Technology On Display At 2014 International CES

  Which technology wins in a head-to-head comparison: fuel cell vehicles or electrics? The first mass-market consumer fuel-cell vehicle will soon be available in California: the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell SUV. It’s taken decades to get to this point, so many enthusiasts are hoping that this will be a tipping point for the technology. It’s an exciting… Keep reading →

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Buses Tested In Perth

DOE reports the U.S. at the forefront of the global fuel cell industry with significant advancements in the fuel cell and hydrogen technologies market. On December 19, 2013, the Department of Energy (DOE) released three reports highlighting strong progress in the U.S. fuel cell and hydrogen technologies market.  The U.S. remains at the forefront of… Keep reading →

39th Tokyo Motor Show 2005 Preview

Toyota, continuing a steady march towards a 2015 debut of its first production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, plans to showcase at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month a concept version of what this new offering might look like. It is still a work in progress, however, showing evolution from the automaker’s earlier designs. The… Keep reading →

Rescue Efforts Continue To Save Six Trapped Miners In Utah

DOE launched H2USA to develop hydrogen fuel infrastructure, advance fuel cell electric vehicles, and diversify the transportation energy portfolio. On May 13, 2013, the Department of Energy (DOE) launched H2USA, a public-private partnership to advance hydrogen infrastructure, increase affordability of fuel cell electric vehicles, and provide more energy options for the transportation sector.  The partnership includes stakeholders from… Keep reading →

What do gadget-laden outdoor enthusiasts in the developed world have in common with rural villagers that have no access to electricity in developing nations? They could soon be using the same clean hydrogen generation technology being developed by a small, private US chemical company.

“It’s been a long road and providing hydrogen has been hard to do, we are lucky that we can provide a reliable on/off system,” SiGNa Chemistry’s CEO Michael Lefenfeld recently told Breaking Energy. Keep reading →

There are many uses for natural gas, the abundant resource that is emerging as America’s 21st century gold rush.

Hill International, a global construction risk management group, will be using natural gas to power another relatively new technology: fuel cells. Invented by Bloom Energy, the solid oxide fuel cell boxes–known as Bloom Boxes–will be grouped in a cluster and powered by natural gas to create the Red Lion Energy Center in New Castle County, Delaware, the companies announced on Monday. Keep reading →