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Delaware Politics and Bloom Energy

All else being equal, my monthly electric bill is $6 more than yours. That is the average subsidy Delmarva Power customers are paying to Bloom Energy for supplying electricity from renewable resources and as an incentive to build a manufacturing plant here. 463 more words

Fantastic, futuristic fuel-cell limo ready for road testing (gallery)

At the Geneva Motor Show in March, German firm Quant revealed a car powered by what it called ‘nanoFLOWCELL’ technology.

Now, the flow-cell vehicle will make its road-going debut, as the car has been approved for real-world testing by the TÜV, or Technischer Überwachungsverein, Germany’s road safety monitoring agency. 394 more words


Something New

I often report on new scientific breakthroughs, but today’s blog is about a few new technological applications that will benefit our industry.  I rarely go a day without seeing some new innovation, and I thought the following were the most interesting ones I’ve seen lately. 730 more words

Current News

How? Fuel Cells

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A How? Article that accompanies today’s article on Fuel Cell Vehicles. Fuel cells use hydrogen and oxygen to make electricity, with no byproduct besides water.


Fuel-Cell Cars Are Going To Get A Big Boost In California Next Year

We may not have hoverboards by October 2015, but thanks to investments from the California Energy Commission and Toyota, we’ll have something just as futuristic: the makings of a functioning hydrogen economy in California. 648 more words


Nanotechnology & Supercapacitors for Mainstreaming Electric Cars

Electric cars are very much welcomed in Norway and they are a common sight on the roads of the Scandinavian country – so much so that electric cars topped the list of new vehicle registrations for the second time. 822 more words


Toyota is preparing the market for the introduction of fuel cells

Toyota is taking the next step for the market introduction of fuel cells: Six months after the presentation of the final design study of the Japanese manufacturer has now unveiled in Tokyo the finished vehicle with which the new drive technology is to go into production.
Sales in Japan will…