News - 5 Jan 2008
The University of California, San Diego has become the first campus on the West Coast to join the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), North America’s only voluntary, legally binding trading system...
News - 12 Dec 2007
Elsevier, the world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services is pleased to announce that it will hold the Fuel Cells Science & Technology 2008 event...
News - 6 Dec 2007
Using concentrated solar energy to reverse combustion, a research team from Sandia National Laboratories is building a prototype device intended to chemically “reenergize” carbon dioxide...
News - 4 Dec 2007
Research on hydrogen-fueled cars may be one step closer to application thanks to a new form of hydride discovered by scientists at the ESRF.
The material, lithium borohydride, is a promising...
News - 3 Dec 2007
The price of oil nearly reached $100 a barrel recently, but a new University of Delaware prototype vehicle demonstrates how the cost of the black stuff could become a concern of the past.
News - 22 Nov 2007
SINTEF In Norway is to lead the EU’s latest research project on CO2 capture in coal- and gas-fired power stations. The project involves 14 partners from eight different countries, and has a...
News - 6 Nov 2007
When Air Products started-up its newest hydrogen fueling station in Seoul, Korea, it marked the fifth installation of its industry leading hydrogen fueling technology in the country.
News - 28 Oct 2007
The Arctic has huge resources of natural gas and iron ore. Material-producing industrial clusters in this region could be worth a great deal.
On Norwegian and Russian territory in the Barents Sea...
News - 2 Oct 2007
Air Products mobile hydrogen fueler technology is proving to be up to the challenge in Columbia, S.C. where it is participating in a six-location Fuel Cell Lift Truck Demonstration Project in the...