Plug Power has recently secured a significant contract to supply hydrogen infrastructure and fuel cell solutions to a major U.S. automobile manufacturer.
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Hyundai Motor Company has taken a significant step forward in solidifying its position as a leader in the hydrogen sector by announcing the acquisition of Hyundai Mobis’ hydrogen fuel cell business.
Yamaha Motor Corporation has officially become a member of the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA), aligning with key industry players to advocate for hydrogen-related policies and technologies.
Ballard Power Systems and NFI Group Inc. have forged a groundbreaking Long-Term Supply Agreement (LTSA) aimed at propelling the mass adoption of fuel cell-powered buses across North America and Europe.
General Motors (GM) and Honda have started production at their joint venture facility, Fuel Cell System Manufacturing (FCSM).
Caterpillar, the global heavy equipment manufacturer, joined forces with technology giant Microsoft and hydrogen fuel cell expert Ballard Power Systems to showcase the practicality and sustainability of large-format hydrogen fuel cells as reliable backup power sources for data centers.
Korea Southern Power Company (KOSPO) has declared the completion of the second stage of its solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) project in Yeongwol. This pioneering endeavor signifies a significant leap in clean energy production, offering a glimpse into the future of power generation.
Greater Manchester has entered into a strategic partnership with Japanese tech giant Panasonic to develop hydrogen fuel cell technology.
Hyundai Motor Company, Kia Corporation, and WL Gore & Associates have joined forces to develop an innovative polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) for hydrogen fuel cell systems.
South Korea’s automotive titans, Hyundai Motor Co., and Kia Corp. have joined forces with American materials science leader W.L. Gore & Associates in a strategic partnership aimed at supercharging the development of critical material for hydrogen fuel cells: the polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM).