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Eleventh International Hydrail Conference: a first look at the program

by guest blogger Stan Thompson This year’s “11-IHC” is the first event since the International Hydrail Conference series began in 2005 when a major focus of the agenda will be on hydrogen fuel cell passenger railway equipment already being manufactured and in service. (see http://www.hydrail.org) China now has two hydrail …

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It’s Official, the New Toyota FCV Is Called Mirai

Yesterday in Newport Beach, California Toyota President and CEO Akio Toyoda announced officially that the company’s new commercial fuel cell vehicle will be called Mirai (which means future). This isn’t a big surprise, since on July 31, 2014 word had leaked out unofficially that Toyota would be going with this …

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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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Radical Hydrogen Racecar Developed by Students

Students at Cranfield University (just north of London, UK) will be converting a new Radical RXC racecar to run on hydrogen fuel. At the end of the project the hydrogen powered prototype will run laps to prove the modifications have worked. According to Cranfield University, “The project has been designed …

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TNSC of Japan Introduces Hydro Shuttle Fueling Station

ITM Power, you’d better watch out because Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) of Japan has just introduced its own low-cost, compact, portable hydrogen fueling station called Hydro Shuttle. This will aid in Japan’s goal of creating 100 hydrogen fueling station in the nation’s four population centers over the next couple …

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NEL P-60 Electrolyser Follow Up

Yesterday I talked about the NEL P-60 electrolyser unit for creating hydrogen via electrolysis of water. Today I have some new information regarding the NEL P-60. I’ll be the first to admit that the P-60 isn’t as inexpensive as I had first assumed. Mr. Atle Taalesen, the Regional Sales Director …

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