NIST Building Facility for Hydrogen Pipeline Testing
Efforts to create a "hydrogen economy" to reduce US oil imports will get a boost from a new laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that will evaluate tests, materials, mechanical properties and standards for hydrogen pipelines.
Xynergy Corporation Announces Plan to Launch Hydrogen-Powered Restaurants
Xynergy Corporation announced today its plans for launching hydrogen-powered restaurants either wholly owned or partially owned by Xynergy.
Second Hydrogen Station Opened in Florida
Ford of Ocala, a leading dealership for new and pre-owned Ford vehicles in Ocala, Florida, is pleased to announce that Ford Motor Company, in association with BP, has opened a second hydrogen station, which fuels a fleet of Ford Focus fuel cell vehicles, on December 11 at Oviedo, Florida.
SOFC Fuel Cells Pass 50% Efficiency Threshold for Operational Viability
An Acumentrics-Nippon Steel solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system has demonstrated a net electrical efficiency of 52% DC (42% AC) in extended operation, and an overall efficiency of 83% in tests conducted as part of the Japanese New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) program.
Leeds Researchers Fueling the 'Hydrogen Economy'
Scientists at the University of Leeds are turning low-grade sludge into high-value gas in a process which could make eco-friendly biodiesel even greener and more economical to produce.
First Hydrogen Refueling Station Opens in Shanghai
The Anting Hydrogen refueling station, located at the International Automotive City in Anting, Shanghai, will dispense compressed gaseous hydrogen for a fleet of fuel cell cars and buses operating in the Shanghai region.
Dedication of Fueling Facility is Delivering on DOE Hydrogen Infrastructure Program
Shell Hydrogen and the City of White Plains, New York, today dedicated a hydrogen vehicle fueling facility located in the city's department of public works yard in downtown White Plains.
Microbes Churn Out Hydrogen at Record Rate
By adding a few modifications to their successful wastewater fuel cell, researchers have coaxed common bacteria to produce hydrogen in a new, efficient way.
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