|Bob Rose reports about fuel cell activities in the USEight companies that won a public competition for funds to build hydrogen fueling stations in California are scrambling this summer to meet an October 31, 2015, target date for opening their stations, with at least $4.5 million at stake. The … Continue reading →
|Teslas Powerwall battery causes hypeTesla (TSLA, US$245.00) has many friends in the offices of major banks and leading broking firms on the stock exchange. This is not only expressed in the market price, and especially the strong price increases in recent weeks (over 20%), … Continue reading →
|Hydrogenics electrolyzer achieves technological milestoneHydrogenics (HYGS, US$9.50) already has that which Ballard is planning with Chinese firm CSR in the bag: the company is providing Alstom with FC technology for use in trains. Order value: minimum of US$50m. over a time frame of ten … Continue reading →
|FuelCell Energy prestented worldwide largest fuel cell systemFuelCell Energy (FCEL, US-$ 1,20) has reported a wide range of orders and technological breakthroughs. At the 2015 Hanover trade show, the biggest fuel cell in the world was presented (4.5 m. long), with an output of 400 kW. The … Continue reading →
|Plug Power: Such stuff as dreams are made onAt first glance, the figures for the first quarter of 2015 turned out to be disappointing: a loss of US$11.1m. with a turnover of US$9.4m. (+ 69% compared with the same quarter in the previous year). However, Plug Power (PLUG, US$2.65) … Continue reading →
|Current Stock Market Analysis of North American FC SharesAt first glance, the figures from some of the North American fuel cell companies by the end of March 2015 have proved to be disappointing. The reason that Ballard Power, Hydrogenics and Plug Power have come up with figures which … Continue reading →
|DWV integrates performing energyOn 12th June 2015, the 20th meeting of the members of the German Association for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband e.V. DWV) took place in Hamburg. This year there were no elections to the executive board. Instead, … Continue reading →
|FC heating devices are on the marketIt’s a moment many have been long been waiting for: at the Hanover trade show, the companies of the Fuel Cells Initiative (Initiative Brennstoffzelle IBZ) presented many of the fuel cell heating devices which are currently available on the market. … Continue reading →
|Hanover trade show: the MobiliTec faltersHanover is still the leading sector meeting place for the H2 and FC community. As in previous years, from 13th until 17th April 2015, almost 150 exhibitors presented themselves on the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries in … Continue reading →
|kraftwerk stays kraftwerkeZelleron has won its case against Kraftwerk musician Ralf Hütter. On 16th April 2015, Dr. Sascha Kühn, Managing Director of the Dresden-based fuel cell manufacturer had to appear at Hamburg district court because the leader of the German electro-pop-band Kraftwerk … Continue reading →
H2-international starts operation
Starting from the autumn of 2015, Hydrogeit Verlag will be issuing an International Blog & Newsletter about Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. Following from the growing levels of interest in the German journal HZwei as well as in a global, independent level of reporting, the owner of the publishing house and issuer of HZwei, Sven Geitmann, has decided to publish an English language newsletter.
In contrast to the existing Hydrogeit newsletter which already appears every month, its international counterpart will also include specialist reports and will therefore only be available against payment. On a similar basis to the currently available journal HZwei this digital information service will provide information concerning research results, demonstration projects as well as developments from the hydrogen and fuel cell sector in Germany and worldwide.
H2-international – Hydrogeit Verlag, Sven Geitmann, Gartenweg 5, 16727 Oberkrämer, Germany, Tel: +49 (0)33055-21322, Fax: +49 (0)33055-21320