The 22nd World Hydrogen Energy Conference, WHEC 2018, will take place in Rio de Janeiro on 17-22 June 2018. Call for papers will be launched in April 2017. For further details, visit www.whec2018.com.
|The 7th World Hydrogen Technology Conference
|WHEC 2016 Zaragoza
|The Destined Meeting with Pope Francisco!
IAHE Vice President Dr. Bolcich and Board of Directors Dr. Spazzafumo visited Pope Francisco to talk about their Association and the envisioned future they wish to accomplish using Hydrogen. Dr. Bolcich said "Today, 1st of June, together with Giuseppe and my wife Maggie, we had the opportunity to participate at the General Pope Audience in Vatican. We were located at the second row of the main *palco*. After the speeches and praying of Francisco and bishops and other members of the Catholic Church, Francisco made close contact with people in the *palco*.
|Spain host its 1st WHEC in 2016
Spain will host for the first time the holding of the World Hydrogen Energy Conference, -WHEC-, the main worldwide event on the use of hydrogen as an energy vector, which will celebrate its 21st edition in Zaragoza from 13th to 16th June. A meeting that will bring together business professionals, research centers and public and private entities of reference in the hydrogen sector and other related industrial sectors.
|Hydrogen Technology Center
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht has established a Hydrogen Technology Center to fully edit the topics of photoelectrochemical hydrogen production and hydrogen storage, from basic research to the development of prototype systems.
To learn more about their purpose and future plans, please follow the link below!
|Germany's Fusion Reactor Creates the Worlds First Hydrogen Plasma
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute in Germany have successfully conducted a revolutionary nuclear fusion experiment.
To learn more about it, please follow the link below!
|Tokyo Hopes to Make Hydrogen Power the Star of the 2020 Olympics
Governor of Tokyo has a vision that can change the world! Tokyo plans to spend 40 billion yen about $330 million through 2020 to encourage the development of technologies based on hydrogen, a gas capable of producing energy without exhaust other than water when mixed with oxygen in a fuel cell.
“The first Tokyo Olympics, 50 years ago, left a bullet-train system as a legacy. I want to leave a hydrogen society as a legacy for the next Tokyo Olympics,” Gov. Yoichi Masuzoe.
To learn more about it, please refer to the following link.
|IAHE Hydrogen Storage Division
IAHE is proud to announce our newest division to the family!
|Upp™ now available at Apple Stores across the UK
"Upp" the next generation of award winning fuel cell technology from Intelligent Energy is now available at Apple Stores across the UK and can also be ordered from the Upp website: BeUpp.com.
To learn more about it, please refer to the following link.
|2014 ASIA BIOHYLINKS (ABHL) MEETING: ASIA BIOHYDROGEN AND BIOREFINERY (ABB) SYMPOSIUM
This symposium will explore all aspects to "Strengthening Opportunities for Biohydrogen and Biorefinery covering many issues related to the production of hydrogen from biomass. Please find the latest announcement of this Symposium here below.
|20TH World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014
Join an unique experience at the 20th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014 from June 15 (Sun) to 20 (Fri), 2014!!!
|DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Golden Field Office
Notice of Intent - Funding Opportunity
Announcement: Fuel Cell Technologies
Incubator: Innovations in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Fuels Technologies
|Batteries, Fuel Cells & EV Public Seminars
Join an unique 2 days seminar in the field of Batteries, Fuel-Cells, Super Capacitors & EV's Industry.
|20TH World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014
WHEC 2014 is now recruiting the companies in exhibition where it will be presented the latest issues and trends of hydrogen energy.
|Invitation for CHBC Technology Tour of 1.1 MW PEM Fuel Cell - April 24
The first Technology Tour of the year is planned for Ballard's 1.1 MW Fuel Cell System operating at the Toyota facility in Torrence, California on April 24 at 11 am PST. All CHBC members and interested parties are invited to attend.
|IJHE Facebook Page
Follow IJHE on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InternationalJournalofHydrogenEnergy
|IAHE Facebook Page
IAHE now has a Facebook page, accessible at: https://www.facebook.com/InternationalAssociationForHydrogenEnergy
|Request for proposal for deployment of fuel cell-based auxiliary power units for
The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has issued a request for proposal, or RFP, for the analysis and demonstration of fuel cell-based auxiliary power
units, or APUs, for refrigerated trucks.
|Apple applies for Hydrogen Fuel Cell patents
Looking to create lighter, more efficient fuel cells for portable devices
by Ben Camm-Jones, MacWorld UK
|First IAHE Student Design Competition
Registration deadline for the first IAHE Student Design Competition is set for November 15, 2009. Go ahead apply!
Design Competition Guidelines
|Testimonial to T. Nejat Vezirođlu on his Retirement from the University of Miami
IAHE's acting president Dr. T. Nejat Veziroglu recently retired from the University of Miami.
|Hydrogen operated three wheelers (Delhi)
Dr. L.M. Das, a professor at the India Institute of Technology in Delhi, informed us that everything is going well for the planned hydrogen operated three wheelers in Delhi.
|Nuvera Fuel Cells Introduces PowerEdgeTM
Nuvera Fuel Cells Introduces PowerEdgeTM:
A New Hybrid Fuel Cell Product for the Material Handling Industry
Two videos on water electrolysis from the University of Pittsburgh researches has been recently uploaded on YouTube.
|Hydrogen Link West Denmark
Public Private Partnership project for development and pilot testing of hydrogen filling stations and fuel cell hybrid vehicles
|Solar-Hydrogen: Fuel for the Future
The price of oil has just crossed $100 a barrel for the first time, driven by the ever growing global demand for energy. The need to develop a new type of fuel is becoming more and more urgent. Whilst hydrogen is widely considered to be best alternative, it is vitally important that it is produced in a renewable and environmentally friendly manner which is not the case at present.
|Hydrogen Go-Kart Breaks Land Speed Record
At a Formula Zero competition at Rotterdam in the Netherlands, driver Bo Ridder blasted his hydrogen go-kart to a new world record for its class on the 1/8 mile track by going the length in 11.591 seconds.
|Hydrogen Fueling Station Opens in Seoul, South Korea
The same week that the Hyundai I-Blue was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, Hyundai also used its Tucson FCEV to cut the ribbon on the first hydrogen fueling station in Seoul , South Korea.
|A Brand New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bike
A company in China just came out with a new hydrogen bike. The company, Shanghai Pearl Hydrogen Power Source Technology Co, unveiled its creation at the 9th China International Exhibition on Gas Technology, Equipment and Applications.
|Honda Seeking British Family to Run Fuel Cell Vehicle
(Fuel Cell Today) Honda is planning to offer a British family the opportunity to run a fuel cell vehicle and in doing so demonstrate that the technology is practical. Following a successful trial in the USA in which Honda provided a Californian family with a fuel cell car, the company is now looking to extend the project to Britain.
|Mazda to Lease Hydrogen-Powered Rotary Engine Cars
(Asia Pulse Pte Ltd) Japan's Mazda Motor Corp. (TSE:7261) announced Wednesday that it will begin leasing the RX-8 Hydrogen RE, a car equipped with a rotary engine that can run off either hydrogen or regular gasoline.
|Hy-Drive Technologies Announces Commercial Availability of Hydrogen Generating System
(Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- Hy-Drive Technologies Ltd. (TSX-V: HGS) ("Hy-Drive") today announced the commercial availability of its G2 hydrogen generating system (HGS) and has now begun shipping and installing its first G2 units to selected trucking customers throughout North America to meet growing demand. Hy-Drive's new G2 system is designed to substantially improve fuel efficiency while being environmentally "friendly" by reducing exhaust emissions.
|Malaysian Scientists Develop Hydrogen Fuel Technology
(Bernama) -- A small group of scientists have invented a technology called Hydrogen Fuel Technology (HFT) which could reduce petrol consumption up to 50 percent. Spokesperson for the scientists, Mohammad Isa Abdullah, said that the HFT system was designed to fit all types of cars with particular emphasis on national cars, namely Proton Perdana, Proton Waja, Proton Wira, Proton Iswara, Proton Saga and Perodua Kancil.
|Energy Expert Calls on the UK Government for Tenfold Increase in Fuel Cell Research
(Fuel Cell Today) Robert Thring, a fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Professor of Fuel Cell Engineering at Loughborough University, is urging the UK Government to increase fuel prices and take urgent action to avert a fuel crisis.
Thring has hit out at the lack of government funding for research into alternative energy sources. He is calling on the government to find alternative ways of powering the UK's motor fleet if a major petrol crisis is to be avoided.
|Hydrogen-driven cars in India by 2007
(The Economic Times) New Delhi - The ministry of non-conventional energy sources (MNES) is hopeful of having hydrogen-driven vehicles on Indian roads by 2007 with International Tractors Ltd (ITL) having agreed to undertake commercial production.
|German company develops fuel-cell powered bicycles
(Deutsche Presse-Agentur) Gelsenkirchen, Germany - Riding a bicycle without pedalling is a dream of many people. A German company is hoping to make this reality.
Just a few hundred metres from Gelsenkirchen's football stadium, Masterflex AG is working on a new mode of transportation: fuel-cell powered bicycles and three-wheeled "cargo bikes."
|Angstrom Power Breaks Record for Energy Density in Micro Hydrogen Fuel Cells
(Fuel Cell Works, Vol.2-50) Angstrom Power, a leader in micro hydrogen systems for portable power, announced that it has achieved a record in energy density and power for a micro hydrogen fuel cell. Angstrom has demonstrated a fuel cell system that provides 3 watts peak power and 1 watt average power with an energy density of 300 Whr/l in a 25cc form factor. This all inclusive system includes fuel cell, fuel storage, power conditioning and peak power energy storage.
|Air Products Boosting Hydrogen Investment
(Fuel Cell Today) Air Products and Chemicals will spend $10 billion on hydrogen capital projects over the next 10 years, twice what it spent over the past decade, a top official told investors Wednesday.
|Ballard Powered Mercedes-Benz Citaro Fuel Cell Buses Roll Onto Roads in Beijing, China
(Fuel Cell Works) Ballard Power Systems’ (TSX: BLD; NASDAQ: BLDP) Chairman and Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, John Sheridan, was in Beijing, China today, along with representatives from Ballard’s Alliance partner, DaimlerChrysler, and Chinese industry and government officials, to attend the launch of three Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses.
|UK's first hydrogen-powered house switched on
(Fuel Cell Works) A tiny fishing village on the exposed Berwickshire coastline in Scotland is playing host for the next 12 months to the cutting-edge of 21st century technology.
|GM First to Start Public Use of Fuel Cell Propulsion in Korea
(Fuel Cell Today) Starting immediately, Korea joins the growing number of countries taking advantage of GM’s proven fuel cell expertise and technology in everyday transportation. Yesterday, the HydroGen3 fuel cell vehicle, based on the last generation Opel/Vauxhall Zafira compact van, was first used to shuttle global political and business leaders attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit meeting currently held in Busan , Korea.
|China Builds Its First Hydrogen Filling Station in Beijing
A Hydrogen filling station, the first of its kind in China, will be built at Yongfeng New and Hi-Tech Industrial Base in Haidian District, Beijing, at the end of this year.
|India's First Hydrogen Fueling Station Opened
(Cryogas International) India's first hydrogen fueling station was officially opened on Sunday 9th October by Mr Mani Shanker Aiyar, Honourable Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas and Panchayati Raj. This is the first phase of India's development of its Hydrogen Economy. The facility, a Hydrogen/Compressed Natural Gas (HCNG) blend and pure hydrogen dispensing station, is located at the Indian Oil Corporation Limited's R&D centre, in Faridabad, just north of New Delhi. The event was hosted by Mr Sarthak Behuria, Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
|Mazda develops hybrid with electric motor, hydrogen-powered engine
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) - Mazda Motor Corp. has developed a new type of hybrid car that runs by switching between an electric motor and a hydrogen-powered engine, and then automatically shifts to gasoline when it runs out of hydrogen.
|Mercedes Benz A-Class F-Cell vehicle to visit London
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class F-Cell, powered by fuel cell technology, will be on display in London from 3-6 October, as part of the Grove Fuel Cell Symposium. It is the first time that DaimlerChrysler has shown the latest achievements in fuel cell technology in the UK.
|Olympus Taps European Lab for Tiny Fuel Cell Hydrogen Generator
Olympus Corp. (TSE:7733) has commissioned QinetiQ Ltd., the largest private research organization in Europe, to develop a hydrogen generator for fuel cells that the Japanese firm can use as the power source in a line of portable devices it plans to design.
|Second hydrogen filling station to open next month for fuel-cell Mercedes
(Fuel Cell Today) A second hydrogen kiosk is set to open next month to service the six Mercedes-Benz A-class fuel-cell cars on the road in Singapore.
Running on electricity produced by a chemical reaction of hydrogen and oxygen to produce water, the cars have been on a year-long trial, running up an average of more than 20,000 kilometres each.
|Hydrogen Can Be Produced from Zinc Using Solar Power
Using concentrated solar energy, an international team of scientists from Israel, Sweden, Switzerland and France have discovered a clean, safe and inexpensive way to produce hydrogen. The key is using solar energy as the energy source in the production of zinc from zinc oxide.
|World's first vehicle with a fuel cell
(Fuel Cell Today) _ SFC Smart Fuel Cell introduces the world's first commercial fuel cell in an automotive application. The company's SFC A50 fuel cell is now an integrated standard feature in the prestigious Hymer "S Class" motor home.
|Fuel Cell Educational Programme in Australia
The FCIA (Fuel Cell Institute of Australia) announces an educational programme involving hydrogen and fuel cell science/engineering education, called "MOONSHOT 2010". The title of the programme signifies a historical parallel with the landing on the moon in 1969, to the future commercial release of the fuel cell vehicle (FCV) by GM (US) in year 2010.
|Ballard Completes Sale of Subsidiary to Car Makers
(Fuel Cell Today) Ballard Power Systems reports that the previously announced sale of its German subsidiary, Ballard Power Systems AG, to DaimlerChrysler AG and Ford Motor Co. has closed as planned. Ballard Power Systems specializes in the design, development and manufacture of zero-emission proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells. At its Burnaby headquarters, the company focuses on developing fuel cell stacks, the key component of a fuel cell system. The subsidiary in Nabern, Germany, (which until now employed about 200 people) takes the fuel cell stack and develops it into complete fuel cell systems.
|Honda FCX Integrates Hydrogen Station Locating Navigation System
Users will be able to find stations using voice-activated system
Honda announced today that all hydrogen fuel cell-powered 2005 FCX vehicles will be equipped with a Honda developed navigation system. This new navigation system is the first in the world to incorporate the location of hydrogen stations, including stations being developed as part of California's "Hydrogen Highway" Initiative.
|Toyota unveils hydrogen-powered fuel cell hybrid bus before expo
(Kyodo) _ Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled on Monday a next-generation hydrogen-powered fuel cell hybrid-electric bus which will carry visitors during the 2005 Aichi World Exposition, which opens March 25.
|Hydrogen future drives into the big apple
GM and Shell announce fuel cell vehicle fleet and refueling station; NY to be critical link in "East Coast Corridor"
|Akzo Nobel Chemicals - Successful Start-Up Pilot Hydrogen Power Plant
AMERSFOORT/ARNHEM, The Netherlands, Jan 19, 2005 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) -- NedStack Fuel Cell Technology and Akzo Nobel Base Chemicals report successful start-up and operation of a PEM fuel cell system in Akzo Nobel's chlorine electrolysis pilot plant. Measured electric efficiency of the fuel cells in this "real life" condition is 61,8%. Installation and operation of the pilot-plant is the first step in the development of a 50 MW fuel cell power plant. The pilot plant will be located in Rotterdam, the largest industrial area in the Netherlands.