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Dutch hydrogen power plant

Akzo Nobel and NedStack, producer and developer of fuel cells, are investigating the feasibility of a power plant based on fuel cells.

Nickel catalyst for cheaper hydrogen

Chemical engineers at the University of Wisconsin have developed a nickel-based catalyst that could play a role in the evolution of the hydrogen economy.

Cheaper hydrogen through nickel

Chemical engineers at the University of Wisconsin have developed a nickel-based catalyst that could lead to an inexpensive way to produce hydrogen.

Rail/energy project to run on stainless

United Steel Workers of America (USWA) have endorsed assistance to build a USA-wide rapid transit rail system made of stainless steel called "The Interstate Traveler Project", based in Michigan.

Hydrogen partnership

MesoFuel, Inc. of Albuquerque, NM, and Jadoo Power Systems LLC, of Folsom, CA, have announced a strategic partnership arrangement to integrate MesoFuel's hydrogen generator products with Jadoo's fuel cell products.

Shell launches Norwegian fuel cell project

Shell has signed an agreement with Aker Kvaerner and Statkraft to launch a project in Norway to explore possible large-scale applications of new zero-emission solid oxide fuel cell technology driven by natural gas.

Long Island fuel cells

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) will begin the installation of 17 Plug Power Inc. fuel cells at several locations on Long Island this summer.

Siemens to build fuel cell plant

Siemens Westinghouse Power Corp. will build a USD 122 million fuel cell plant in the suburb of Munhall in the area of Pittsburgh, USA.

Hydrogen on Demand

Millennium Cell Inc., a development-stage company that has created a proprietary technology to safely generate and store hydrogen, has announced that its proprietary Hydrogen on Demand(TM) technology will be demonstrated with the new Nexa(TM) power module from Ballard(R) Power Systems at the Wasserstoff (Hydrogen) Expo in Hamburg, Germany, on 11-13 October.

Hydrogenics awarded additional military contract

Hydrogenics Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell systems, has announced a contract award by the Department of National Defence Canada (DND) to advance into the next stage of development of its chemical hydride-fuelled, portable fuel cell power programme.