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Air Products Dedicates 600-Mile Hydrogen Pipeline

I’ve talked about the company Air Products many times in the past as one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of hydrogen gas. Now, the company has dedicated the world’s largest hydrogen pipeline running between Texas and Louisiana. According to Your Houston News, “Air Products, the leading global hydrogen …

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Insights from the European Hydrogen Road Tour

I had talked several times previously in this blog about the European Hydrogen Road Tour that took place in September and October 2012. Now I want to talk about some of the valuable lessons and insights gained from the road tour. Copenhagen was the final stop on the tour. And …

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Denmark & Sweden to Get First Hyundai Fuel Cell Cars

Yesterday I talked about Denmark and Sweden getting the first production Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicles that come off the assembly line. And today I have a little more information about this very same subject. According to, “Skåne Regional Council, the southernmost county of Sweden, has signed a public …

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Venture Capitalist Bets on Iron and Cobalt for Fuel Cells

A venture capital company, the Verge Fund out of Albuquerque is placing its bets on iron and cobalt to replace platinum as the catalyst used in fuel cells. The venture capital firm formed a company called Pajarito Powder LLC to manufacture and market the new platinum-free fuel cells. The price …

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GM to Move Fuel Cell Techies from New York to Michigan

GM invented the Electrovan in 1966, which arguably was the first fuel cell vehicle to be produced as a life size working prototype. Since then GM has worked in various fuel cell vehicles including for the past several years the Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell under the Project Driveway program. The …

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