Industry news Archive

Showing articles from February 2017 to October 2017.

October 2017

Cologne to have largest fuel cell bus fleet in Germany

Published on Tue 3 October, 2017

Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH (RVK) has been awarded €7.4m ($8.7m) to purchase 30 fuel cell buses and two hydrogen refuelling stations in Cologne, Germany. When the busses are bro...

September 2017

Energy Minister to launch Orkney hydrogen project

Published on Wed 27 September, 2017

Scottish Business, Innovation and Energy Minister, Paul Wheelhouse MP, is due to arrive in Orkney tomorrow (Wednesday) to mark the official launch of the Surf and Turf hydrogen ...

August 2017

July 2017

Project set to deploy fuel cell buses

Published on Thu 20 July, 2017

Bus operators from Germany and South Tyrol, Italy, are partnering to acquire 63 fuel cell buses for their public transport systems as part of the EU-funded JIVE project.

Hydrogen fuel reaches lift-off

Published on Mon 3 July, 2017

Using surplus electricity from renewables to make hydrogen fuel is starting a new era for all forms of heavy transport.

June 2017

Electric vehicles get backing in Queen’s Speech

Published on Thu 22 June, 2017

Legislation will be introduced to make the UK a ‘world leader’ in electric cars and to encourage installation of charge points at motorway services and petrol stations, the gove...

May 2017

How Fuel Cell Microgrids Improve Electric Reliability

Published on Fri 12 May, 2017

The frequency and duration of power outages is on the rise. This excerpt from, “Fuel Cell Microgrids: The Path to Lower Cost, Higher Reliability Cleaner Energy,” explains how fu...

April 2017

Teach STEM skills to all, urges report

Published on Tue 18 April, 2017

All students should learn at least some science and technology skills to make sure they can fit into modern digital jobs, even if they study other very different degrees, new re...

March 2017

Spain will have 20 Hydrogen Stations by 2020

Published on Tue 7 March, 2017

The hydrogen corridor between Spain-France and Andorra is configured as one of the main initiatives to favor the development of this alternative fuel

Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike test-rides fuel cell bus

Published on Mon 6 March, 2017

Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike, going for a spin in a hydrogen fuel cell bus that will take to Tokyo’s streets March 21, said the ride was “quiet and comfortable.”

February 2017

‘Hydrogen base’ to be built in Kobe

Published on Tue 28 February, 2017

The Kobe city government, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. and other entities will begin construction in fiscal 2017 on Japan’s first facility to store and supply hydrogen, an ele...