US communications giant AT&T has become the largest non-utility user of Bloom Energy’s fuel cells with a new order for 9.6 MW of capacity.
Fuel cell cars could be cost-competitive with their conventional internal combustion engine rivals by 2050, according to a new report from the Carbon Trust.
The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is hoping to spark interest in energy storage technologies with a £20 million fund for innovation.
US aircraft maker Boeing and American Airlines unveiled a next-generation 737-800 ‘eco’ airplane in Washington DC earlier this week.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has given the go ahead for a hydrogen clean energy hub in Aberdeen with backing of up to £3.3 million from the EU.
The UK-government backed Carbon Trust is to invest £1.95 million in two fuel cell pioneers in a bid to reduce the cost of the technology.
The Isle of Wight off the UK’s south coast is to become a test bed for hydrogen fuel technology in a £4.66 million project led by energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power.
Japanese carmaker Toyota and German rival BMW have agreed to expand their collaboration on next generation vehicle technologies.
The Canadian division of German carmaker Daimler, Mercedes-Benz Canada, has opened what it claims is the world’s first automated automotive facility for producing fuel cells.
Germany is planning to invest €40 million in an expansion of the country’s network of hydrogen refuelling stations from 15 to 50 over the next three years.