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Theme of the 2016 Hydrogen Student Design Contest Announced

The Hydrogen Educations Foundation’s 2016 Hydrogen Student Design Contest will challenge undergraduate and graduate students to design a renewable hydrogen powered micro-grid capable of solely supporting a town or military base for approximately two (2) days, and be able to handle at least 10% of peak demand while the macro-grid is active. The system should… Read More »

Sustainable Innovations Featured in 2016 NASA Spinoff for Advanced Hydrogen Separation Technology

Sustainable Innovations’ H2RENEW™ system was recently featured in NASA Spinoff, an annual publication that features a number of NASA technologies that have transformed into commercial products and services. The H2RENEW™ is an electrochemical system that efficiently separates and compresses hydrogen using Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology for many industrial applications, including hydrogen-helium separation, hydrogen compression,… Read More »

Plug Power hit $100 million revenue goal in 2015

Plug Power announced it has reached its $100 million revenue goal for 2015 and is looking to achieve $150 million in revenue in 2016.  The company has been rapidly growing, ramping up sales and driving down costs to become profitable.

GE Planning Fuel Cell Test Site in Malta, New York

NYSERDA, the state energy authority that owns the Saratoga Technology + Energy Park in Malta, has been negotiating a ground lease with GE Fuel Cells, a General Electric Co. spin-off that is developing industrial fuel cells. GE Fuel Cells currently operates a pilot factory out of a building at STEP that is owned by the… Read More »

NYPSC OKs $5.3B Clean Energy Fund

The New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) has approved a 10-year, $5.3 billion Clean Energy Fund, a centerpiece of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Reforming the Energy Vision initiative to shift the state to resources that will fight climate change and provide more resilience.  The commission also advanced the docket for the creation of a Clean Energy… Read More »

FuelCell Soars on Energy Park Approval

DANBURY — Shares of FuelCell Energy rose 16 percent Friday after state officials approved the Beacon Falls Energy Park. The park, once constructed, will be the largest of its kind in the world, producing more than 63 megawatts of electricity. Under the plan approved unanimously by the Connecticut Siting Council, CT Energy & Technology will… Read More »

Proton OnSite M Series PEM Megawatt Electrolyzer Achieves Over 500,000 Cell Hours with Zero Failures

Proton OnSite announced that its Megawatt (MW), M Series PEM Hydrogen Generation System achieved over 500,000 cell operating hours with no failures. This highlights Proton OnSite’s 20 years of high-impact innovation and over 1 billion fielded cell hours of PEM technology. The M400, introduced in January 2015, provides a 13x increase in hydrogen production compared… Read More »