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2020-10-10 Mercedes Will Electrify by 2022

By 2022, Daimler Benz will have an electric version for every model. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ «By 2040, 54% of new car sales and 33% of the global car fleet will be electric. Electric vehicle outlook 2017 Bloomberg New Energy Finance» ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ https://youtu.be/kLzrzNa6zQA

2020-10-09 Gencell A5 System Powered By Ammonia

The Gencell A5 can power a cell site for a year 27/7/365 from a 12 ton tank of anhydrous ammonia. The tank is not pressurized and is at room temperature. The system converts ammonia to hydrogen and nitrogen and the hydrogen powers the fuel cells. https://www.gencellenergy.com/markets-applications/off-grid-power/

2020-10-07 The Solenco PowerBox™ System

This self-contained system uses solar PV panels as the only power input. It generates and stores green hydrogen, then uses it later for both electricity and heat. The fuel cell’s byproduct is water. One important “problem” that I see is that this system makes the customer completely independent of the electricity _and_ gas utilities. There

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2020-09-30 Fuel Cells Pro’s And Cons; Nat’l Fuel Cell Day

From my comments to YouTube video Matt Ferrell. I think you missed something. The fuel cell is not limited in range, like a battery is. The fuel cell can have greater range without increasing its size. Just add a bigger fuel tank. The fuel cell vehicles can be fueled in a few minutes, not a

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2020-09-28 Hydrogen Tug Boats On Danube R.

This is amazing and very good news. A huge $6.7 Billion, 2 GW off-grid wind generating and hydrogen generating facility will be built in Europe. https://www.rivieramm.com/news-content-hub/news-content-hub/hydrogen-fuel-cells-ordered-for-euro585bn-european-transportation-project-61079

2020-09-21 Hydrogen Fuel Cells V. Battery Electric Vehicles

My take in a comment >> @mfhberg Said, “[Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles] will die…” Right now, it looks like Toyota’s Mirai, Hyundai and Honda all have a sizeable stake in the HFC market future. These are not backyard grease monkeys, these are car companies that have done a lot research and development. Toyota has had

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2020-09-12 Hydrogen Fuel Cells Add Excessive Complexity, Cost

This doesn’t seem to be good for Toyota FCEV, Honda FCX or Hyundai. Toyota has been making FCEVs for more than 2 decades. It would seem they would know what the realities were and are regarding FCEVs. The Honda FCX Concept in 1999 and FCX Clarity from 2008. The future of heavy vehicles, trains airplanes

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