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Nel, Nikola consider doubling US hydrogen network

Source: Nikola Motor

Nikola Motor and Nel Hydrogen consider expanding their planned US refuelling network from 16 sites to 28 Norwegian electrolyser maker Nel Hydrogen has announced a new purchase order from Nikola Motor, as part of the truck manufacturer’s plans to build a hydrogen refuelling network across the US. Nel and Nikola …

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Ballard fuel cells used in Yanmar boat test

Toyota PONAM-28V

30-kW Ballard fuel cells used in hybrid marine tests by Japanese research groups Ballard Power Systems announced that two of its FCveloCity-MD 30-kW modules have been successfully integrated and tested in a hybrid marine application by a Japanese consortium that includes Yanmar, National Maritime Research Institute and Japan Ship Technology …

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HTEC and Shell open first hydrogen station in Vancouver

Designworks/Shell refuelling concept

The retail hydrogen station will be launched in Vancouver later this year This station will be the first in a six-station network HTEC (Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation) is building in Greater Vancouver and Victoria to enable the deployment of the first 1,000 zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles …

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Air Products to fuel the largest hydrogen station in China

air products

Air Products will use its proprietary SmartFuel hydrogen dispenser to build the station, headed for start-up in mid-2018 Air Products has signed an agreement with state-owned Shenhua New Energy Co. Ltd. (New Energy), a subsidiary of China’s energy conglomerate China Energy Investment Group Co., Ltd. (China Energy), to provide two …

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Japan H2 Mobility to build 80 H2 stations by 2022

YOKOHAMA, Japan (July 1, 2015) – Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Honda Motor Co., Ltd. have agreed on key details regarding a new joint support project for the development of hydrogen station infrastructure in Japan.

11 Japanese companies have joined forces to help accelerate the deployment of hydrogen (H2) stations for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) in Japan, pledging to build 80 H2 stations by 2022 Eleven companies have announced the joint establishment of “Japan H2 Mobility” (JHyM), aimed at eoxnaidng the provision and development of …

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FCEV sales to grow 42% by 2024, report says

NEXO FCEV.  Source: Hyundai.

A report from Global Market Insights expects FCEV unit sales to exceed 300,000 by 2024 Sales of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) over the last year were somewhat disappointing in comparison to expectations, however a new report by Global Market Insights (GMI) suggests that the slump will not last. Research …

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