Amanda Lyne, Chair of UK HFCA is interviewed by Gasworld Magazine

In an interview to Gasworld Magazine, Amanda Lyne, Chair of the UK HFCA said:
“Our members have come together to build a ‘common voice’ to accelerate the development and deployment of fuel cells and hydrogen energy in the UK.”
“Fuel cells and hydrogen are ‘game changing’ technologies with extensive applications across transport, stationary power and beyond. Hydrogen, […]

Air Products announces plans to build second liquid hydrogen production facility in California

Air Products announces plans to build second liquid hydrogen production facility in California:  The facility is being developed to meet increasing product demand from several customer markets, including the growing fleet of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles  in the state. Project development work is already underway with an anticipated facility onstream during the first quarter of […]

UK HFCA provides oral evidence to Science and Technology Committee inquiry on ‘Technologies for meeting Clean Growth emissions reduction targets’

Amanda Lyne, Chair of the UK HFCA, was delighted to submit oral evidence to the Science and Technology Committee inquiry on ‘Technologies for meeting Clean Growth emissions reduction targets’. The session focused on options for decarbonising the UK’s road transport and actions the Government should be taking now to enable these. The key message from […]

PowerHouse Energy gets approval for its ‘waste to energy’ technology

DNV GL, a global leader in technical assurance certification, conducted a review of PowerHouse’s proprietary full-scale commercial engineering design for the waste to power and waste to hydrogen technology processes known as DMG.
The end result was the issue of a “Statement of Feasibility” by DNV, which signifies that the consultant found no prohibitive obstacles under […]