EMSA study analyses fuel cell applications in shipping

The European Maritime Safety Agency released a technical study this week, reviewing 23 maritime Fuel Cell projects and assessing which technologies hold the most promise for improving shipping in the future. The report, which was conducted and prepared by DNV-GL, concluded that the three most promising hydrogen technologies were first Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells…

BEIS contract opportunity: ‘Hydrogen supply chain technical evidence and modelling tool’

Closing date: Monday 13th February 2017, 3:00pm Estimated total value: £250,000, divided into 2 lots. The UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are seeking tenders for work on Hydrogen supply chain technical evidence and modelling tool. The procurement documents are available for unrestricted and full direct access at: http://www.delta-esourcing.com/tenders/UK-UK-London:-Research-services./62B97ZCU8C. The main aim…

The H2FC SUPERGEN annual Hub Research Forum

The 4th H2FC SUPERGEN Hub Research Forum was hosted by Professor John Irvine at the University of St-Andrews this year, on 1st-2nd September 2016.  Twenty-two leading researchers, from universities across the country, presented the latest developments in their research across topics ranging through Hydrogen Production and Storage, Safety of Compressed Hydrogen Tanks, PEM Fuel Cells, Solid…

Australian Capital Territory announces hydrogen investments

Australia has made its first major investment in hydrogen, with an announcement from the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) government that they would be investing $180 AUD into hydrogen related projects. The ACT is Australia’s smallest self-governing region, consisting only of Canberra and its immediate environs, but due to its hosting of CSIRO and the Australian…

PhD opportunities in fuel cells

  The Energy 2050 Institute, based at the University of Sheffield, is one of the UK’s leading energy research institutions. Over 250 PhD students work with the institute on energy matters, and there are currently several PhD openings in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen technology:   –  PEMFC technology Supervisor: Professor Mohamed Pourkashanian, Professor Lin Ma,…

UK Government launches £2 million competition to promote roll-out of hydrogen-fuelled fleet vehicles

The UK Government has just launched a £2 million competition to promote roll-out of hydrogen-fuelled fleet vehicles. Public and private sector fleets can get up to 75% off the cost of zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicles. The £2 million fund was launched by the UK Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) on Tuesday 10th…