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Turkey Unveils Its First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Boat

The last time I talked Turkey was November 9, 2011 to discuss the country’s first fuel cell auto which was unveiled. The fuel cell auto runs on sodium borohydride (NaBH4) which is created from the main mineral mined in Turkey, boron. Today I would like to talk Turkey again. Besides …

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Turkey Develops Sodium Borohydride Fuel Cell Car

This won’t be the first time I’ve talked turkey about Turkey. In July 2011, I had spoken about how Turkey had built the EkoKaravan that runs off a variety of energy sources including hydrogen. Turkish engineers had also built the SAHIMO hydrogen auto and an H2 refueling station as well. …

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Hydrail Hub May Happen in Turkey

I’ve talked about hydrail (hydrogen railway trains) quite a bit in the past. And now it’s time to revisit Turkey as a possible hub for hydrail in Europe. Some of the reasons why according to Herbert Wancura, chief executive of a Spanish energy consulting firm, are “For a hydrail industry, …

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Hydrail in Turkey and Spain Explained

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of speaking with Stan Thompson, Chairman of the Hydrogen Economy Advancement Team (HEAT), who just got back from Istanbul, Turkey where the 6th Annual Hydrail Conference had occurred on this past July 1 & 2. As I’ve talked about many times before Hydrail means hydrogen …

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Hydrogen trains (hydrail) are coming around the bend slowly but surely. When gleaned from clean sources, hydrogen is a very green, environmentally friendly source of power transmission that contributes no harmful emissions and is virtually limitless as a source of energy storage and transport. Thanks to continual advances, hydrogen is …

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