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Carlyle Johnson Machine Company has a new patented Centritec Seal shaft seal technology - http://www.centritecseals.com Submitted by Matthew Perry on 02/21/14
HS is very pleased to announce that its modular service centers for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) is now being commercially made available the FCEV manufacturers and their dealerships. The Centers ensure a H@ Safe environment that meets or exceeds all Hydrogen Codes & Standards. Contact us for more information about this exciting new addition to the Hydrogen transportation infrastructure. Submitted by Doug Rode on 02/14/14
Toyota Fuel Cell Car to be Sold in the USA from 2015 for Under $100,000 The price of Toyota’s first commercial fuel cell car offering in the USA is expected to be between $50,000 and $100,000. Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm Green conference, Toyota Motor Sales USA group vice president of strategic planning Chris Hostetter said that the cost factor of the vehicles, which will be on sale in the USA from 2015, is in the region of $50,000 and that customers should likely see a sticker price under $100,000. Unfortunately the car can also only be sold initially in states that have a viable hydrogen infrastructure; at present that limits sales to California and New York claims Hostetter – combined the states represent just under 20% of the total US car market. Extracted from Fuel Cells Today May 2, 2013 Submitted by Doug Rode on 05/28/13
May 13, 2013 The Energy Department today launched H2USA—a new public-private partnership focused on advancing hydrogen infrastructure to support more transportation energy options for U.S. consumers, including fuel cell electric vehicles. The new partnership brings together automakers, government agencies, gas suppliers, and the hydrogen and fuel cell industries to coordinate research and identify cost-effective solutions to deploy infrastructure that can deliver affordable, clean hydrogen fuel in the United States. Submitted by Doug Rode on 05/13/13
DOE plans modest push for fuel cells Policy shift gives hydrogen a boost The U.S. Department of Energy soon will launch a campaign to promote hydrogen cars. The project is tentatively called H2USA, in reference to the chemical symbol for hydrogen gas. The DOE is signing up automakers, suppliers and other companies that want to see hydrogen fuel cell vehicles hit the marketplace. "There still are a lot of challenges. Infrastructure is critical," said Sunita Satyapal, program manager for fuel cell technologies at the DOE. "But the fact that a number of entities are coming together to work together through this partnership is a very positive sign." From Automotive News Submitted by Doug Rode on 04/08/13
It appears car OEMs are teaming to introduce fuel cell technology. It has been reported that Toyota will provide BMW with drive train and hydrogen storage technology. Meanwhile Ford is joining with Daimler and Renault-Nissan to speed development of cars that run on hydrogen, with hopes of bringing a vehicle to market in as little as four years. Under the alliance, each company will invest equally in the technology. They plan to develop a common fuel cell system that the companies will use to power their own vehicles. The companies also plan to take advantage of their combined size to reduce costs. Now if the Hydrogen Refueling instructure can be in place. Submitted by Doug Rode on 01/31/13
From the July 25, 2012 issue of the hydrogen journal, Stephen Chu, US Secretary of State for Energy, has told US news service Autoline.tv that he is much more interested in hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles now than he was in 2009 when he first started in his role. This is a very positive development for the hydrogen industry in my estimation. Submitted by Doug Rode on 07/31/12
We presented a technical paper - APPLYING RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES PRUDENTLY - at the 2011 International Conference on Hydrogen Safety in SF. Please contact us if you want to receive a copy of this key paper. Submitted by Doug Rode on 09/12/11
The DOE's Fuel Cell Technologies Program published a quarterly newsletter called "H2 Safety Snapshot" - http://www1.eere.energy.gov/hydrogenandfuelcells/pdfs/h2_snapshot_v2i2.pdf The newsletter promotes the continued safe operation of DOE hydrogen projects by featuring the latest information on hydrogen safety best practices. Since we have always advocated these similar risk mitigations, we suggest reading the newsletter. Submitted by Doug Rode on 09/12/11
The development of a German network of hydrogen filling stations is gaining pace. The automotive manufacturer Daimler AG and the Linde technology group announced in Stuttgart that they intended to open 20 new filling stations in Germany over the next three years. This will more than triple the number of public hydrogen filling stations in the country. The new stations, which involve an investment in the tens of millions, would enable every location in Germany to be reached by a fuel-cell vehicle by the year 2015. With this new initiative, Germany will assume the leading position in terms of an international hydrogen infrastructure. From June 1, Marketwire Submitted by Doug Rode on 06/02/11
Check out the Hydrogen Safety 'News' page by clicking the link in the blue navigation area or browsing to http://www.hydrogensafety.com/news ....There is a very interesting article posted about the role of hydrogen in the Japanese nuclear accidents. Submitted by Matthew Perry on 03/28/11
Good article in Distributed Energy in Nov/Dec 2010 issue. Entitled: "Fuel Cells: A Solution for the East Coast" makes a strong case for using fuel cells for distributed energy as part of infrastructure upgrades to provide clean and efficient energy to cities ialong the East Coast. Submitted by Doug Rode on 12/14/10
Hey thanks, I wrote that article. Glad to see someone read it! Submitted by Connor Dolan on 01/04/11
Hey I think its pretty cool that the world's largest fuel cell has the capacity to power a small town and it's only the size of a tractor trailer. Submitted by Andrew Calderon on 08/20/10

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