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H2 Bulletin covers hydrogen and fuel cell technology in details with applications across various sectors. Fuel cell technology plays a vital part in the hydrogen energy market, particularly mobility, so some news on the fuel industry may also be found in other news categories.

Xebec spearheads in Turkey steel industry; Emerson & BayoTech join forces; H2 Clipper registers US patent

Xebec Adsorption Inc. has signed a contract to supply two Hy.GEN 150 units with a Turkey-based flat steel manufacturer.

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Austrian company to develop LH2 cryogenic tank system for trucks

The LH2 prototype will be a double-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel tank offering the highest possible hydrogen capacity in the existing…

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Peric, ABB partner for cost-effective electrolyser technology

Peric and ABB signed an MoU to cooperate on accelerating the adoption of hydrogen as an energy source.

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Alstom, Plastic Omnium to design hydrogen storage solutions for railway

Alstom (a leading railway transportation company) and Plastic Omnium (a hydrogen mobility company) will collaborate to develop high-end hydrogen storage…

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ArcelorMittal joins Bill Gates to support decarbonisation, including hydrogen

ArcelorMittal today announced to have joined Bill Gates’s Breakthrough Energy’s Catalyst program as an anchor partner to support hydrogen, among…

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Ballard launches new fuel cell engine for commercial vehicles

Ballard Power Systems has launched FCmove™-HD+, designed for buses and medium and heavy-duty trucks, the latest product in its 8th…

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Enapter to scale electrolyser production in Germany

Enapter, a cleantech company, has broken ground on its mass-production facility for electrolysers in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

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Plug Power to open European HQ in Germany

Plug Power Inc. will expand its operations with a European headquarters in North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany.

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Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies raises €50 million

Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies has raised a further €50 million to scale and commercialise its technology.

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JM announced new hydrogen technology business

 Johnson Matthey has established Hydrogen Technologies business by combining its Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells entities.

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