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Recently, NASCAR tested fuel cells to power camera equipment and lights at the Daytona 500. Yesterday DOE held a webinar on the project and we listened in. Learn more after the jump.

04.18.2014
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The use of microbes by humans dates back thousands of years to the production of fermented beverages and foods, but it is only recently in the last century, and primarily in the last 30 years, that the concept of Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) has been developed due to the rise in demand of new technologies to replace the use of fossil fuels. Our new intern, Raul, will tell you more after the jump.

03.13.2014
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The abstract deadline for ASME’s 12th International Fuel Cell Science, Engineering & Technology Conference is March 15th – learn more about the conference, panel tracks and how to submit your abstract after the jump.

03.11.2014
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Fuel Cells 2000 attended the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Budget FY 2015 budget rollout yesterday. The good news is that Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Program budget was not cut and, in fact, received an increase over the enacted 2014 budget – albeit quite by a quite small amount ($55,000). Hydrogen & Fuel Cell [...]

03.05.2014
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If you’ve never seen it before, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), has a great webpage on fuel cell buses. NREL evaluates North American fuel cell bus deployments in order to validate zero-emission (ZBus) performance and cost compared to DOE/U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) targets [...]

02.20.2014
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Carlos Ghosn (Nissan) and Elon Musk (Tesla) have recently questioned the ability to successfully bring fuel cell vehicles to market. But a number of other big-name automakers have thrown their full support behind the technology, with Hyundai, Honda and Toyota all announcing their intention to sell fuel cell vehicles. Read on after the jump….

02.05.2014
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A colleague overseas wanted to promote an EU project called H2FC Infrastructure which is aimed at integrating the hydrogen and fuel cell community all around Europe. Read about the project and opportunities after the jump.

02.04.2014
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Many fuel cell manufacturers are expanding their sales and orders in international markets to provide clean, reliable power to telecommunications networks and towers. Read more after the jump.

01.28.2014
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If you’re interested in U.S. fuel cell policy and activity, then we’ve got two new reports you will want to take a look at. More after the jump.

01.07.2014
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Lots of great fuel cell news coming out of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week! Read about it all after the jump.

01.07.2014
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