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 […]
The UK HFCA is delighted to welcome BP, Vivarail and JRE Precision as its latest members.
If you’d like to find out more about the benefits of membership and how to become a member, please contact us!
Fuel Cell Systems recently supported a 1,000 mile journey in the new Hyundai Nexo hydrogen fuel cell car. The challenge followed a historic route first completed in 1900 by early motoring enthusiasts – starting in London and travelling around the country as far as Edinburgh and back. To augment existing hydrogen refuelling stations, the company’s […]
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 […]
The HyDeploy project has been granted approval from the UK Health & Safety Executive (HSE) for the first delivery of a hydrogen and natural gas blend in the UK.
HyDeploy will run a 12 month live trial of hydrogen, up to 20%, blended with natural gas on part of the private network at Keele University […]
UK HFCA is delighted to welcome AVL, which focuses on the development, testing and simulation of powertrain systems, Elgar Middleton Bio Power, which develops anaerobic facilities and Imperial College, which leads on a wide range of hydrogen and fuel cell interests, including the H2FC Supergen as its latest members.
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 […]
The latest UK HFCA members’ event took place on Thursday 1st November at Anglo American’s London Office, and provided the opportunity to:
– Hear from the Hydrogen Economy team at BEIS on plans for the autumn and beyond, including linkages and opportunities across Government;
This SBRI competition focuses on the development of domestic hydrogen appliances to demonstrate the safe use of hydrogen as a fuel in providing domestic heating, hot water and cooking requirements. It aims to provide critical evidence of end use application, safety, in-use emissions, and functionality. The appliance types to be developed are boilers (combination and […]
OLEV has announced Stage 2 of the Hydrogen for Transport Programme (HTP), which will commit up to £14m to fund up to ten hydrogen refuelling stations (HRSs) plus associated fleets – with projects to start in December 2018. Stage 2 has been designed to build on the successes of Stage 1, with the aim […]