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Hydrogen House at Florida State University Goes Off-Grid

Florida State University (FSU) is building the state’s first Off-Grid Zero Emission Building (OGZEB) under the guidance of professor Anjaneyulu Krothapalli, other faculty and graduate students. The hydrogen-solar house will create electricity by day using solar panels and at night, the house will be powered by hydrogen, created by using …

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100 Hydrogen Generators Ship to Taiwan

Harvest Energy Technology (HET) of Sun Valley, California has received a contract from the Chinese Petroleum Corporation of Taiwan to deliver 100 Nm3/h hydrogen generators. The generators use methane steam reforming technology to extract the hydrogen. The hydrogen will be used for fuel in the development of fuel cell technology …

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IPHE Accepting Nominations for Top Hydrogen Fuel Cell Projects

The International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy (IPHE) is accepting nominations for recognition of outstanding hydrogen and fuel cell research projects for 2007. In 2005 and 2006, IPHE recognized 23 outstanding international projects. Projects recognized include: 1. The Autobrane project to improve technology surrounding high temperature fuel cell membranes. 2. …

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Department of Energy Issues Year End Hydrogen Report Card

The U. S. Department of Energy has issued its year-end report autod outlining the progress in hydrogen technology and development in 2006. One of the key figures of the report is how much money the President and the Congress are appropriating each year for hydrogen research and development. As part …

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South Korea Hopping Aboard Hydrogen Cars and Buses

South Korea is going forward with its plans to develop and test more hydrogen autos and buses in the near future. Science and Technology Minister Kim Woo-sik has stated his plans to test 14 hydrogen fuel cell autos next year. South Korean automaker Hyundai-Kia Motors has already developed five of …

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Outside-The-Box Infrastructure Needed for Hydrogen Cars

An article in called, “Hydrogen and fuel cells: fake promises?” talks about all of the problems associated with moving to a hydrogen economy and hydrogen infrastructure within the transportation industry. Granted, there are many problems that need to be fixed in order for a smooth transition to hydrogen to …

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