Ballard Power Systems, a leading provider of fuel cell solutions, and global carbon reduction company First Mode have announced a significant purchase order for Ballard to supply 60 hydrogen fuel cell modules to power hybrid hydrogen and battery ultra-class mining haul trucks.
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Hyundai Motor Group has reached a significant milestone in its global hydrogen strategy with the commencement of full-scale production at its hydrogen fuel cell system plant in Guangzhou, according to the South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy. This marks a key step for Hyundai as it expands its presence in the hydrogen market.
A team of scientists from the Ural Federal University (UrFU) and the Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry (IHTE) of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences has achieved a significant breakthrough in the development of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) by synthesizing zinc-doped lanthanum-containing perovskite.
Plans to produce “fuel cell grade” hydrogen using wastewater in Cambridgeshire, UK, are set to become a reality this summer.
Haydale, a leading provider of advanced materials solutions, has announced its key role in supporting Viritech’s efforts to develop fuel cell hydrogen electric vehicles (FCHEVs).
FuelCell Energy, a leading provider of clean energy solutions, has announced the successful closure of an $87 million non-recourse project financing facility.
California-based El Dorado National (ENC), a subsidiary of REV Group, has secured an order for 19 Axess EVO-FC hydrogen fuel cell buses from Foothill Transit, a prominent public transit provider in California.
Australian-based hydrogen-powered vehicle manufacturer, H2X Global, has made significant strides in the commercialization of its hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) trucks.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the eCitaro REX, a hydrogen-powered fuel cell bus that combines the benefits of battery-electric and fuel cell technology.
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