Air Products Commissions Fifth Hydrogen Fueling Station in Korea
When Air Products started-up its newest hydrogen fueling station in Seoul, Korea, it marked the fifth installation of its industry leading hydrogen fueling technology in the country.
Fuel Cells Gearing Up to Power Auto Industry
The average price for all types of gasoline is holding steady around $2_95 per gallon nationwide, but the pain at the pump might be short-lived as research from the University of Houston may eliminate one of the biggest hurdles to the wide-scale production of fuel cell-powered vehicles.
Praxair Commercializes Industry's Only Hydrogen Storage System
Praxair, Inc has begun supplying its pipeline hydrogen customers out of its innovative hydrogen storage facility in Texas.
Ottawa's First Hydrogen Fueling Station Opens
The Honourable John Baird, Minister of the Environment, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of Natural Resources, and Pierre Gauthier, Air Liquide Director, Hydrogen Energy, North America, presided over the official opening of the first permanent hydrogen fuelling station in Ottawa as part of the "Hydrogen on the Hill" project launched last year.
Hydrogen Engine Center Ships First Anhydrous Ammonia-Fueled Power Unit for Testing
Hydrogen Engine Center, Inc, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of alternative-fueled internal combustion engines and distributed power generation equipment, today announced the shipment of its first ammonia-fueled power unit for testing purposes.
Engineers Perfecting Hydrogen-Generating Technology
Researchers at Purdue University have further developed a technology that could represent a pollution-free energy source for a range of potential applications, from golf carts to submarines and cars to emergency portable generators.
New Catalysts May Create More, Cheaper Hydrogen
A new class of catalysts created at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory may help scientists and engineers overcome some of the hurdles that have inhibited the production of hydrogen for use in fuel cells.
'Quantum Alloy' Discovery Leads to $1.2 Million DOE Grant
A unique discovery being published this week by University of Tennessee Knoxville scientists has led to a $1,2 million grant to help overcome roadblocks facing the wide-scale use of hydrogen as a national energy source.
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