In a segment on the ‘greenest house in Europe’ , UK HFCA member Fuel Cell Systems was featured. The completely self-sufficient, net zero building in Devon will generate energy from solar power in summer, and store the excess as hydrogen. This will be used in the winter when solar resource is low.
Amanda’s piece “Now is the time for Whitehall to back the UK’s hydrogen sector” outlines the opportunities for the UK hydrogen economy in a post-COVID world, as well as the steps the Government should take to catalyze the required activity. You can read the article in full here.
Following their success in the BEIS “Hydrogen Supply Competition” late last year, ITM and Ørsted have revealed a concept for an electrolyser installed in the tower of an offshore wind turbine. You can read more about the Gigastack project here, the recent activity here.
The World Hydrogen Fuels Summit, taking place in Amsterdam on 10th to 11th March, is set to gather senior representatives from Governments, legislators and industry to discuss the challenges of hydrogen deployment and agree on a roadmap towards the implementation of a hydrogen economy. Produced by the Sustainable Energy Council with the support from Hydrogen Europe, the Summit aims […]
LexisNexis, an organisation that supports lawyers through a number of services including legal magazines and legal journals, reached out to the UK HFCA for an interview on the future of hydrogen. In the article, Amanda Lyne, chair of the UK HFCA, considers the economic and environmental benefits of the UK embracing and developing a hydrogen […]
Projects that have been awarded demonstration funding through the Hydrogen Supply Competition and the Industrial Fuel Switching Competition have been announced. The two BEIS competitions aim to tackle emissions from homes and heavy industry. UK HFCA member ITM (in collaboration with Orsted, Phillips 66 and Element Energy) were among the winners for their Gigastack project. […]
The World Hydrogen Fuels Summit, taking place in Amsterdam on 10th -11th March 2020, aims to advance the conversations between industry and government, particularly in efforts to address real-world needs and key barriers to deployment.
Organised by The Sustainable Energy Council, the two day event will provide a practical approach to infrastructure, developing international integrated […]
Auriga Energy, supported by Bristol Forklifts, recently completed the testing of the AurigaGen FL prototype fuel cell power unit on a pallet truck. This hydrogen fuelled power unit is designed to replace the battery and provide a full shift of constant power between refuels. High productivity, a key requirement for material handling, is delivered through […]
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 […]
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 […]