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Shell to help expand Europe’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure

Existing gas stations in Europe may soon be able to offer hydrogen fuel Many gas stations in Europe will begin offering access to hydrogen fuel in the near future. Last month, a small pilot project was launched in the United Kingdom, designed to make hydrogen more accessible through existing fuel stations. Shell has now announced […]Read the full story


New pan-European project aims to advance hydrogen fuel cell technology

Intelligent Energy will be working with other companies on VolumeriQ project Intelligent Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that it will be leading a new pan-European project alongside Johnson Matthey, a multinational […]Read the full story








Biofuel made from coffee ground waste could make London greener

Recycled coffee grounds could one day benefit England’s capital. Bio-bean a company based out of London, England, hopes to transform leftover coffee grounds into biomass pellets to heat buildings and into biodiesel for vehicles. While using[…]Read the full story







DOE announces funding for new hydrogen fuel cell projects

Federal agency to invest some $20 million into projects focused on fuel cell technology The U.S. Department of Energy will be investing more than $20 million into the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology throughout the country. Some[…]Read the full story



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