Wednesday, July 31 2019
The HY4 is the first fuel cell aircraft capable of carrying 4 passengers
Aviation is one of the sectors that is beginning to make the transition to electric motors little by little. Lately, it seems that efforts are bending to get lighter aircraft, become hybrid or completely electric, reducing pollution and noise generated. However, to electrify commercial aviation, it will take a little longer.
Hydrogen, key to managing the electricity networks of the future
The process of producing hydrogen from electrical energy is known as electrolysis. It is done by applying electric current to water, thus separating its elements: hydrogen and oxygen. In this way, the renewable electricity produced is stored in the form of hydrogen.
Ballard Announces Order From Solaris For 12 Fuel Cell Modules to Power Bolzano Buses
Ballard Power Systems announced a purchase order from Solaris Bus & Coach S.A. a leading European bus and trolleybus manufacturer and Ballard partner headquartered in Bolechowo, Poland, for 12 FCmove™-HD fuel cell modules to power 12 buses to be deployed with SASA Bolzano, the public transport operator in Bolzano, Italy under the Joint Initiative For Hydrogen Vehicles Across Europe («JIVE») funding program.
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Did you know that Hymeth Commences its Commercial Production of Hyaeon™ Hydrogen Electrolyzer?
Hymeth has commenced its commercial production of Hyaeon™, our low temperature high pressure electrolyzer. With Hyaeon™ we have reinvented the electrolyzer to create a more efficient alternative to PEM electrolyzers. The product is patent pending with a technology that gives overall efficiency as high as 96% as well as low heat generation. Also, the size of Hyaeon™ is much smaller in comparison to the current market products. The production and testing are going to be completed in the month of October this year and scale up projects are planned afterwards.