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NASA Fuel Cell Technology to Power Al Gore’s New London Headquarters

Fuel cell technology used to power NASA’s space shuttle will provide light and heat for Al Gore’s new London headquarters. The fuel cell, which converts gas into heat and electricity without producing carbon emissions, has been installed in a major crown estate development in Regent Street in the capital. Read More at The Guardian

Toyota Shows Hydrogen Prototype in Race Toward Fuel Cells

Toyota Motor Corp has long held out hydrogen as the ultimate alternative to gasoline for powering autos. Soon, consumers will be able to kick the tires of its fuel cell-powered car and those of other automakers.To demonstrate how far hydrogen cars have come since the early 2000s, Toyota gave test drives of a small, prototype sedan… Read More »

FuelCell Energy Solutions Announces Delivery of German-Made Fuel Cell Power Plant to Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) Office Complex

FuelCell Energy Solutions GmbH, a provider of ultra-clean, efficient and reliable fuel cell power plants, today announced the delivery of its first German manufactured fuel cell power plant to the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) office complex that is being constructed by BAM Deutschland AG in Berlin, Germany. A delivery ceremony is being held… Read More »

NRG Energy to Market and Sell FuelCell Energy Power Plants

For customers who want to enjoy the benefits of fuel cell generated power but prefer not to own the power plant directly, NRG will purchase the power plant from FuelCell Energy, retain ownership of the plant and sell the power to the customer through a long-term power purchase agreement. Read the GlobeNewswire Article

Nuvera Wins DOE Grant for Refrigeration

Nuvera Fuel Cells recently announced that it won a U.S. Department of Energy grant worth up to $1.3 million to adapt its Orion hydrogen fuel cell to power tractor-trailers’ refrigeration units in place of small diesel engines. Read the Lowell Sun Article

Fuel Cell Startup Looking to Grow

Sustainable Innovations, of Glastonbury, Connecticut, currently employs 12, and is about to make offers to a few more engineers.  For the first time, it’s beginning to search for production workers. Read the Hartford Current Article

Plug Power Awarded $650,000 DOE Contract to Test Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Refrigerated Cargo Trucks

Plug Power was selected by the Fuel Cell Technologies Office within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) to showcase its fuel cells in transport refrigeration units (TRUs). These units are large air conditioners that regulate cold temperatures for items such as frozen pizza, fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy products and… Read More »

Parker Installs First Propane-Fuelled SOFC System

Silent and efficiently running on propane, the parker Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Fuel Cell System provides power independence and optional heating and hot water for customers in the recreational vehicle and marine markets.  The system which was co-developed with New York based Watt Fuel Cell Corp., is being installed on a 36-foot sailboat. Read… Read More »