Hydrogen Power Plants and Technologies to be Jointly Developed by BP and GE
BP and GE today announced their intention to jointly develop and deploy hydrogen power projects that dramatically reduce emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from electricity generation.
Shell Plans to Create World's Largest Hydrogen Public Transport Project
Shell Hydrogen BV, in partnership with Connexxion Holding NV and MAN Truck & Bus Company NV, today announced plans to work towards creating the world's largest hydrogen-fuelled public transport operation in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
General Physics Corporation Completes Construction of Chevron Hydrogen Energy Station
General Physics Corporation (GP), a subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation, recently completed the design and construction of a hydrogen energy station for Chevron Hydrogen Company (CHC), a division of Chevron Corporation.
India and Iceland Discuss Mutual Cooperation on Renewable Energy
Shri Vilas Muttemwar, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Non Conventional Energy Sources concluded a two-day visit to the Republic of Iceland on June 14.
Nanomix Receives Additional Patent in Hydrogen Energy Storage
Nanomix Incorporated, a leading nanoelectronic detection company commercializing high-value diagnostic and monitoring applications, today announced that it was issued an additional US patent.
Hythane Receives Global Impact Award
The Denver-based Hythane Company, which produces a patented blend of natural gas and hydrogen, received the 2006 CSIA Apex award for Best Use of Technology for a Global Impact.
Groundbreaking for EERC's $3 Million Hydrogen Facility
Construction on the University of North Dakota (UND) Energy & Environmental Research Center's (EERC's) National Center for Hydrogen Technology facility will soon be under way.
Hydrogenics Delivers Fuel Cell Backup Power Generator
Hydrogenics Corporation, a leading designer and manufacturer of hydrogen and fuel cell systems, has announced the successful delivery and commissioning of a hydrogen fuel cell backup power generator at a Bell Canada telecommunication site in Burlington, Ontario.
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