Saturday, August 27, 2016

Why Hydrogen

Is Hydrogen the Key to Energy Independence?

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and is found in roughly ¾... 


Sunlight Could Help Fill Growing Demand for Hydrogen Fuel

In early August of this year, the Duke University Press released and article about... 


Bioengineered Algae- The Possibility of Cleaner Hydrogen Fuel Production

The environmental benefits of using hydrogen as a fuel source in the place of conventional... 


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DLA Program Updates

Report Analyzes Fuel Cell Use for DoD Power Needs

The Defense Logistics Agency Research and Development (DLA R&D) sponsored an... 


JBLM Demonstration Approaching Start-Up

The final project pieces at Joint Base Lewis McChord in Ft. Lewis, WA are coming... 


Fuel Cell Hybrid Bus Delivered to JBLM

This past weekend, Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Ft. Lewis, Washington welcomed the... 


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DoD Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

Report Analyzes Fuel Cell Use for DoD Power Needs

The Defense Logistics Agency Research and Development (DLA R&D) sponsored an assessment of how fuel cells can help meet DoD’s power needs in the near term, i.e., the next 5 years. The assessment, written by LMI, is intended to assist DoD in establishing priorities and taking actions that reflect the potential energy, environmental, and economic... [Read more of this review]


Fuel Cells will Supply Backup Power to Eight Military Installations across the Country

 Last week, the DOE, in partnership with the DOD, announced that 18 fuel cell backup power systems will be installed on 8 military installations throughout in the United States as part of the Federal effort to strengthen energy security. This $6.6 million demonstration project is being conducted under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between... [Read more of this review]


New Video Highlights Hydrogen Program at NREL

The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Research Program at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is dedicated to advancing the use of hydrogen “to power the next generation.” Through coordination by the Hydrogen Technologies & Systems Center, this program focuses on each of the components necessary for safe and sustained use of hydrogen and fuel... [Read more of this review]


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