Hydrogen Fuel Articles

  • Power Off-Grid Mobile Networks and Universal Connectivity: A New Business Case

    Executive Summary The accelerating drive for universal mobile access, for people and increasingly for connected vehicles and objects, means that expansion of the cellular network is outpacing that of the electricity grid. According to the GSMA, the number of off-grid base stations is expected to rise from 320,000 in 2014 to 390,000 in 2020, while base stations with unreliable ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • The Big Deal With FUEL CELLS

    Hydrogen is increasingly seen as a fuel of the future. Globally, more than 65,000 fuel cells, totaling over 300 MW, were shipped worldwide in 2016. Introduction The third industrial revolution, according to American economic and social theorist Jeremy Rifkin, will create a prosperous economy powered by clean energy and the Internet of Things. Hydrogen will be ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • Bill Gates-backed CSP group hits 1,000° C; Terraform buys more Spanish CSP plants

    US CSP group surpasses 1,000° C using greater reflector accuracy U.S. CSP technology start-up Heliogen has achieved temperatures exceeding 1,000° C by improving the reflectiveness of CSP tower arrays, the company announced November 19. Heliogen's technology uses cameras and advanced computer vision software to align heliostats more accurately and increase solar ...


    By New Energy Update

  • When Communications Africa focuses on energy provision for telecom towers, GenCell offers attractive alternatives

    In case you missed it, we encourage you to read the interview with GenCell CEO Rami Reshef in the April edition of Communications Africa. When asked about the role of fuel cells in the very competitive African energy landscape, Mr. Reshef responds, “Fuel cells are playing an integral role in energy generation and storage in Africa, both for rural electrification and for applications in ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • Reliable Backup Power Recovers Significant Income from Lost Bank ATM Transactions

    In many locations a stable power grid is taken for granted. But there are still many places around the globe where power outages can cause significant interruptions to business operations, disruptions that can have serious financial implications. In these places, reliable backup power can be extremely valuable. ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • Hydrogen as Future Fuel for Gas Engines

    Gas engines are providing a wide range of fuel flexibility from burning natural gas and a variety of non- natural gaseous fuels from low British Thermal Unit (BTU) gases as well as gases containing a high hydrogen content. Hydrogen containing gases can be found as by-product ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Annual PV O&M costs set to double by 2024; US pulls tariff exemptions for bifacial panels

    Annual solar O&M costs set to hit $9 billion by 2024: WoodMac Annual global solar operations and maintenance (O&M) costs will double from around $4.5 billion in 2019 to $9.4 billion in 2024, as installed PV capacity grows, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables said in a new report. By 2024, inverter replacement costs alone will hit around $1.2 billion, ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Gas Analysers for Fuel Cell Research

    Electrochemical fuel cells are envisaged as a potential successor technology to combustion engines in the automotive sector. Although studies have considered numerous gaseous elements as the fuel source for electrochemical stacks, hydrogen (H2) remains the primary element of interest in automotive engineering. Gas analysers have proven instrumental in demonstrating the advantages and drawbacks of ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • DOE Announces Funding for Innovative Research Technologies for Trucks, Off-Road Vehicles and the Fuels That Power Them

    On July 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that $50 million of funding is now available for innovative research of technologies for trucks, off-road vehicles, and gaseous fuels research. Funded through DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Alberta is a very advantageous location for Candaxa Energy to introduce the Proton Power Inc`s (PPI) CHyP technology - Case Study

    Forest and agricultural biomass is the most abundant resource for creating clean energy for the production of bio-based fuels, hydrogen, electricity and chemicals. Alberta is a very ...


    By Candaxa Energy Inc.

  • Renewable Energy Systems - Case Study

    Overview Generating renewable electricity is an important way to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and many countries are installing wind and solar power plants to help meet targets for cutting CO2. One drawback of these energy sources is their ...


    By Fuel Cell Today

  • Water Powered Cars!

    Are you planning to buy a car that will not pollute the atmosphere as much as those old gas guzzling ones your friends own? Well, why do not you look for greener cars? Hybrid cars are the in thing! Yes, it is true, the future has arrived. No more pollution checks, no more petrol pump visits, no more hassles – just plug in your spark plugs. Come let's take a journey into the awesome world of ...


    By Bulkmatech (Pty) Ltd

  • Creating a positive drive: Decarbonisation of New Zealand’s transport sector by 2050

    Transport has a key role to play in New Zealand’s low-carbon future. thinkstep’s new report presents four future visions for New Zealand in which the carbon footprint of transport is reduced by up to 90% of 2015 levels by 2050 through a combination of new vehicle technologies and behavioural changes. It shows that vehicle technology will likely play the most significant role ...


    By Sphera

  • CFD based exploration of the dry-low-NOx hydrogen micromix combustion technology at increased energy densities

    Abstract Combined with the use of renewable energy sources for its production, hydrogen represents a possible alternative gas turbine fuel within future low emission power generation. Due to the large difference in the physical properties of hydrogen compared to other fuels such as natural gas, well established gas turbine combustion systems cannot be directly applied for ...


    By ECO PHYSICS AG

  • How is biodiesel produced?

    This article is the first in a series that will take a close look at alternative fuels production and source materials. Over the next several months, we will cover natural gas, propane, ethanol, hydrogen, and fuel cells. This month, we will focus on biodiesel. Methods for creating fuels from renewable biomass feedstocks have been used since the 1800s. Vegetable oils were used in diesel engines ...

  • HyFLEET:CUTE - Case Study

    From Environmental Management to Sustainability Implement and manage a demonstration project spread across three continents To successfully tackle this challenge, constant reliable recording and fast analysis of large data amounts with multiple variables under a manifold of conditions were required. The data was collected from the operation of 47 hydrogen powered ...


    By Sphera

  • Solar fuels: how planes and cars could be powered by the sun

    Solar energy is the world’s most plentiful and ubiquitous energy source, and researchers around the world are pursuing ways to convert sunlight into a useful form. Most people are aware of solar photovoltaics that generate electricity and solar panels that produce hot water. But there is another thrust of solar research: turning sunlight into liquid fuels. Research in solar-derived liquid ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • New life for the artificial leaf?

    Research in laboratories around the world is moving the promise of artificial photosynthesis closer to reality Sandwiched between rows of bottled chemicals and racks of drying glassware on the third floor of Harvard University’s Mallinckrodt laboratory, four thumbnail-size bits of pinstriped silicon hang from a thin ...


    By Ensia

  • SnO 2 -Nafion ® nanocomposite polymer electrolytes for fuel cell applications

    Fuel cells are capable to exploit the combustion of hydrogen to convert chemical energy into electricity. Polymer electrolyte fuel cells based on Nafion membranes are able to work in a relatively low temperature range (70–90ºC) but require operating relative humidity (RH) close to 100%. To develop proton-exchange membranes with adequate performances at low RH, an attractive strategy ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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