MILKEN INSTITUTE REVIEW-“Hydrogen, used as an energy source instead of fossil fuels, is having a moment. Again.”

Larry fisher, a former New York Times reporter, writes about business, technology and design. Published September 25, 2020 Hydrogen, used as an energy source instead of fossil fuels, is having a moment. Again. Hydrogen last had a day in the sun some two decades ago, when President George W. Bush trumpeted its promise in his State of the Union address. But it has been going in and out of style for over a century.…

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Alberta’s hydrogen fuel cell truck project pushing on through Covid-related delays

“Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will offer the lowest Total Cost of Ownership compared to battery electric and internal combustion engines in the next 10 years,” by James MenziesSeptember 25, 2020@JamesMenzies VANCOUVER, B.C. – An Alberta project that will put hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric trucks on the road has been pushed back due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The first fuel cell trucks, to be operated by Bison Transport and Trimac Transportation were…

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Hyundai Motor ships fuel cell system to non-automotive European startups

Thursday, Sep 17, 2020 2020-09-16 Hyundai Motor Co. has exported its fuel cell system to non-vehicle startups in Europe, expanding its hydrogen business beyond the automobile industry, the South Korean carmaker said on Sept. 16. It recently shipped the fuel cell system it has developed to GRZ Technologies Ltd., a Swiss startup for hydrogen storage systems, as well as to an unidentified electric generator manufacturer in Europe. Using Hyundai’s fuel…

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Synopsis of ACT’s Current Technology

Robert Plaisted, Advanced Combustion Technologies, Inc. January 21, 2020 ACT’s original technology began with an idea to make hydrogen using the least amount of energy. This brought about the cell with twenty-five plates and with an array of plates consisting of low impedance as a focus. This brought us to the cell that produces one kilogram of hydrogen for approximately sixty cents using fifteen cents per kiloWatt as a basis…

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