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Pearl Harbor Gets Proton OnSite Hydrogen Fueling Station

Today, a Proton OnSite FuelGen C30 proton exchange membrane electrolyzer will arrive at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) facility outside of Honolulu, Hawaii. The PEM electrolyzer will use the same platform as the SunHydro fueling station at the Wallingford, Connecticut office. According to Proton OnSite, “The electrolyzer at JBPHH …

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BNSF Hydrogen Train Rolls out in Topeka, Kansas

Back in January 2008, I had talked about BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation), Vehicle Projects and the U. S. Army working on a hydrogen fuel cell powered train that would be rolling out soon. Well that day has come at the Topeka, Kansas System Maintenance Terminal. The world’s first …

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U. S. Air Force Turning to Hydrogen Fuel Cell Power

A week ago I talked about how the U. S. Army decided to install hydrogen fueling stations to cleanly refuel their test fleet of hydrogen autos. The fueling stations are solar powered and use water so zero emissions are generated from well to wheel, as they say (in the oil …

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Hydrogen Cold Weather Test Site Planned for Michigan

A hydrogen cold weather test site is planned for the Selfridge Air National Guard (SANG) Base in Selfridge, Michigan. The test site is a collaboration among the U. S. Army, Hyundai-Kia and Chevron and is part of the U. S. DOE (Department of Energy) Controlled Hydrogen Fleet and Infrastructure Demonstration …

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Military Moving Ahead With Hydrogen for Vehicles

The U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command at Fort Belvoir in Virginia has contracted with a company called Unitel to deliver a pilot plant that reforms hydrogen from JP-8 fuel. The hydrogen will be used for solid oxide fuel cell stacks to power mobile auxiliary power units on military vehicles on …

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