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UCell @ The Calthorpe Project: Part 1

To our great surprise, most of us (except Nick) had never heard of the Calthorpe Project before Wednesday – incredible to think because it’s a 10 minute walk down the road from UCL! 525 more words

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Converting trains to be powered by fuel cells

Britain is starting to convert its ageing commuter trains from diesel to hydrogen. Mark Hookham explains in an article in The Sunday Times.

Hydrogen fuel cell trains herald new steam age… 467 more words


UCell @ Grow Wild

We dusted off the stack for a second time this year to power a green smoothie machine (the electricity was green, sadly the smoothies weren’t!) in collaboration with UCL Students’ Union Volunteering Services – visitors to the stall could enjoy a fruity smoothie, learn about hydrogen and fuel cells, as well as the amazing work that Green UCL and the Volunteering Service are doing. 78 more words

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Why Shouldn't Ohio Be the Second State to Have Fuel Cell Cars?

There are only two things that thrill my heart more than science: Jesus, and a place for the underdog to be heard and honored. This article is about the third love, science–in particular, fuel cell technology. 1,105 more words

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Hydrogen Milestone in Japan

It was recently announced that Japan will be opening its 100th Hydrogen fueling station this Spring, making it the first country in the world to reach this milestone.  54 more words

Are Tomorrow's Fuel Cells Made of Paper? This Engineer Thinks So

Because his fuel cells are cheaper, easier and cleaner than conventional batteries.

Where others might look at substances like urine, blood and sweat and cringe, Juan Pablo Esquivel sees untapped sources of energy. 924 more words


Fuel Cells 2018 Global Market Size, Status, Analysis and Forecast 2022

Global Fuel Cells Market 2018

WiseGuyRerports.com Presents “Global Fuel Cells Market for Automotive Industry 2017-2021” New Document to its Studies Database. The Report Contain 85 Pages With Detailed Analysis. 610 more words