DOE seeking $74M in stationary and transportation-related fuel cell proposals

By / December 22, 2010

DOE’s technical targets for micro-CHP fuel cell power systems (1-10 kW) operating on natural gas. I know many of this blog’s readers directly and indirectly are involved in work on fuel cells, so presumably everyone will be glad to see that the DOE just posted a solicitation for applications for up to $74 million in…

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Report expects commercial fuel cell production to jump in 2009

By / July 1, 2009

According to a newly released report from Innovative Research and Products Fuel Cells, Hydrogen Energy and Related Nanotechnology – A Global Industry and Market Analysis, the fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry is highly fragmented. According to IRAP, nearly 4,000 organizations worldwide are involved in fuel cells, hydrogen energy and related nanotechnology and spent an…

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Green energy from greenhouse gases: A novel paradigm in mitigating global warming

By / February 16, 2009

(the following is a guest post from Abdul-Majeed Azad, associate professor, chemical engineering, University of Toledo) As we know, the ultimate chemical fate of the conventional fossil fuel combustion is always CO2 and H2O, two well-known greenhouse gases responsible for contributing considerably to the global warming. In 2007 the global level of CO2 was 30…

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Honda displays second fuel cell vehicle

By / November 21, 2008

Ya gotta hand it to Honda for positioning itself at the front of the this game-changing technology. On the heels of the release of its FCX Clarity sedan, Honda displayed a three-seater fuel cell sports car, the FC Sport Wednesday at the LA car show. It has a low profile and centers the driver in…

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