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Berlin Opens Green Hydrogen Hub at Airport

In Berlin, Germany a Green Hydrogen Hub (H2BER) has just opened at the airport. At this fueling station, the hydrogen is produced using water, electrolysis, solar and wind power. According to, “H2BER’s operating principle is based on applying hydrogen as an energy source produced using wind power and solar …

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DTU Researchers Print a Fuel Cell in 3D

Researchers at DTU Energy Conversion have revamped an HP inkjet printer to cheaply print a fuel cell in 3D with better quality than most other methods. In the near future 3D printing (additive manufacturing) may be used for rapid prototyping of new types of fuel cells along with production of …

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Neumünster, Germany, Hosts 9th International Hydrail Conference

by guest blogger Stan Thompson Neumünster, in the Northern German State of Schleswig-Holstein, will host the Ninth International Hydrail Conference (“9IHC”) on 16-18 June this year (2014). This year’s registration details, presenters and agenda information appear on the Appalachian State University hydrail web site, German support for the Hydrail Conference has …

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Scotland Launches Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Fleet

Yesterday I talked about Hyundai FCEVs rolling off the ships in California and today I want to talk about a hydrogen fleet rolling out in Scotland. In May 2013 I last talked about the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project. At that time it was expected that the £20-million project would bring …

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Hyundai Teams Up with Fashioned Fuel Cell

Hyundai Motors has decided to team up with the London College of Fashion (LCF) for a partnership called the “Fashioned Fuel Cell.” The purpose is to engage students at the college who are helping to bring brand awareness for the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell Vehicle. According to Hyundai, “This exciting …

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Toyota Tosses Tesla in Favor of Fuel Cells

Sparked by poor sales of the RAV4 EV, Toyota has decided to end its battery supply partnership with Tesla. Toyota isn’t bailing out altogether though since it still owns a 3-percent stake in the Silicon Valley electric automaker. According to the New York Times, “… the electric RAV4 has sold …

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Hawaiian Lawmakers Vote Setback to Hydrogen Vehicles

Last week, Hawaiian lawmakers voted to slow the growth of hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure in the state. In the past I’ve talked many times about how progressive Hawaii has been in regard to hydrogen vehicles. According to Stars and Stripes, “State lawmakers last week killed language in a bill that …

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