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TreadStone LiteCell Technology for Fuel Cells

The U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) has called for lightweight, high-performance fuel cell stacks to be an integral part in the upcoming hydrogen transportation system. TreadStone’s LiteCell technology is answering this call. The LiteCell corrosion resistant metal plate technology allows fuel cell manufacturers to design and produce PEMFC stacks …

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Air Product Global Goes Mobile In South Carolina

Air Products has motored on down from Pennsylvania, where they are headquartered to Aiken County, South Carolina to supply the region with its first mobile hydrogen fueling station. The Aiken County Economic Development Partnership is developing a pickup truck that uses an internal combustion engine to run on compressed hydrogen …

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CARB Expected to Let Automakers Build Fewer Fuel Cell Cars

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will be meeting tomorrow to consider relaxing regulations concerning automakers manufacturing zero emission vehicles. Under current regulations, the Big 6 automakers including Volkswagen, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler are mandated to produce 25,000 zero emission electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell …

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Rice Buckyballs Could Hold Key to Hydrogen Storage

In October 2007, I had talked about how a group of researchers had discovered that fullerenes hold great promise for hydrogen storage. These nano-scale fullerenes (also known as buckyballs) are the subject of a new article published by researchers at Rice University in the upcoming journal Nano Letters from the …

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Hydrogen Production Project Sets Records

A hydrogen power plant pilot project led by Akzo Nobel and NedStack in Delfzijl, The Netherlands has achieved a milestone of operating 4,000 operating hours. The chlor-alkali plant produces chlorine as its main product and generates hydrogen as a byproduct. The hydrogen is then run through a fuel cell to …

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Hydrogen Critic Takes Aim with Faulty Information

Hydrogen critics come and go with some making good points and other disseminating bad information. Every once in a while, I come across a website that is willfully distributing bad information about hydrogen that needs to be confronted. Generally, I like “green” websites and blogs and travel to several every …

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Yellow Taxis Going Green with Propane

While consumers are feeling the pain at the pump now, taxi drivers in Las Vegas are getting propane at the pump. In order to cuts costs and help the environment the Yellow Cab companies in Las Vegas, Nevada have decided to acquire some Toyota Priuses and convert some Ford Crown …

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