The fuel cell industry hails a report prepared for the U.S. military that recommends more aggressive evaluation and use of the energy systems.
Honda recently announced the U.K.’s first open access hydrogen vehicle refueling station has been opened at its manufacturing plant in the town of Swindon.
A team of researchers has found a way to release hydrogen from chemical form so it can be stored as a stable solid, making it more usable as a fuel cell.
Penn State researchers are developing microbial fuel cells that use bacteria to generate electricity from waste.
Chinese researches say they’ve come up with a fuel cell that, using visible light as a catalyst, cleans up wastewater while generating electricity.
BMW has launched a pilot program to turn methane gas emitted by landfills into hydrogen to power fuel-cell-driven equipment in its Spartanburg, S.C., plant.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $7 million in funding for research and development projects focusing on fuel cell and hydrogen storage systems research.
NTT America has selected Bloom Energy Servers to power its newest data center. The servers will use biogas to power their fuel cell technology.
An organic winery and farm in California’s Sonoma Valley goes clean energy, installing an onsite fuel cell system to power part of its operations.
Aiming to “see how fuel cells perform in real world operations,” the Energy and Defense departments team up to install cells at bases around the country.
A new fuel cell technology from ClearEdge Power will be used in a pilot program in California and Oregon to heat a variety of commercial buildings.