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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University of Waterloo researchers are pioneering a groundbreaking approach to bolster electricity grids using fuel cell-powered vehicles.
Chinese scientists have propelled hydrogen fuel cell technology to new heights by developing a proton exchange membrane fuel cell with an ultra-high volumetric power density.
Honda and Mitsubishi have joined forces to test a small data center powered by waste hydrogen from an industrial electrolysis plant. The innovative project aims to repurpose retired automotive fuel cells in a stationary application, marking a significant step in the journey towards decarbonization.
In a world dominated by the relentless hum of internal combustion engines, a transformative force is emerging, ushering in a new era of silent power – the 1kW hydrogen fuel cell.
Korean-based VINSSEN, renowned for its expertise in electric and hydrogen hybrid propulsion systems, has accomplished a successful trial and delivery of a hydrogen fuel cell system. The trial project, a collaboration with key industry players, marks a significant milestone in exploring the potential of hydrogen as a viable marine fuel.
Symbio, a joint venture between Forvia, Michelin, and Stellantis, has officially inaugurated SymphonHy, Europe’s largest integrated fuel cell production site.
Nedstack and thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on supplying a semi-automated Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Production System.
Alfa Laval is launching a new business unit, aptly named the Business Unit Electrolyzer and Fuel Cell Technologies, with the strategic goal of seizing opportunities in the burgeoning hydrogen sector.
Hydrogen fuel cells, long considered a beacon of sustainable energy, have taken a significant step forward, thanks to pioneering research by the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST).