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The Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy Exposition is the must attend event in the United States for fuel cell and hydrogen industry professionals, researchers, stakeholders, and both current and prospective customers, featuring dynamic plenaries, relevant and comprehensive technical track sessions, and a lively exhibit hall showcasing the full industry supply chain and latest technology.
Plug Power Inc., a leader in providing energy solutions that change the way the world moves, has shipped the first production ProGen fuel cell engines for use in electric delivery vehicles. Through this application, Plug Power extends its reach into the on-road electric vehicle market, increasing its served market for fuel cell products and hydrogen fueling stations.
The Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition is the preeminent fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry conference in the United States. Attracting an international audience and featuring the latest technical and market research, fuel cell products, policy updates, and commercialization strategies for all applications and market sectors, the Fuel Cell Seminar is the place to be
Hydrogen can be produced from a variety of renewable sources, including wind, solar, and biomass. (cc) Mike Steinhoff Inefficiencies in the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Production Chain Critics of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles often cite the inefficiencies of the hydrogen production chain. The argument goes like this: Producing hydrogen costs energy Compressing the hydrogen for
Mention zero-emission vehicles and most people think of battery electric cars. But there is another option: Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles – FCEVs – powered by hydrogen. Why don’t we see more of them on the road? What are the hurdles hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles need to overcome before we’ll be able to find them at a local dealership?
Storms like 2012’s Hurricane Sandy demonstrated the resiliency of fuel cells in providing bac,up grid power. (cc) USFWS The severe weather events that struck the U.S. northeast states in recent years disrupted emergency communications and cost businesses millions of dollars, demonstrating the need for new technologies and policies to prevent future disaster. Fortunately, for some
Fuel Cell powerplants are proving to be durable and efficient in fleet operations. UTC Power How long can a fuel cell last? Quite a while, judging by a world record set by UTC Power. One of UTC Power’s latest generation PureMotion System Model 120 fuel cell powerplants for hybrid-electric transit buses has surpassed 10,000 operating
A 5-kilowatt elecric power fuel cell. (cc) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory The U.S. Department of Energy is accepting applications for a total of up to $74 million to support the research and development of clean, reliable fuel cells for stationary and transportation applications. The solicitations include up to $65 million over three years to fund