November 2015
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Honda Unveils Clarity FCV at Los Angeles Auto Show

On November 18, Honda officially debuted the Clarity FCV, its next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show in California. 

Honda's Clarity FCV Source: Honda

The Clarity FCV has a 33% smaller fuel cell stack from previous Honda FCEV models, a range of over 300 miles per tank of hydrogen, and can seat five passengers.  Honda plans to launch the Clarity in the United States in 2016.

For a link to the full Clarity FCV website, click here.

General Motors Announce Plans to Provide Tactical Chevrolet Colorado FCEV to Army for Testing

On November 19,  General Motors announced its intent to provide a modified, fuel cell-powered Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck as part of a multi-year contract with the U.S. Army.  General motors will build and demonstrate a tactical FCEV for reconnaissance purposes.  

Teaser Image of the Chevrolet Colorado FCEV Source: General Motors

The vehicle will be utilized by the Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center (TARDEC) as part of a 12-month trial exposing the vehicle to daily military use.  A tactical FCEV would provide several advantages to Army operations, including noise reduction, the ability to generate electricity and water in the field, and lighter fuel loads.  

This announcement comes after the completion of a cooperative research and development agreement between GM and TARDEC to further develop hydrogen fuel cell technologies in 2013.

For a link to the full article, click here

FuelCell Energy Commences Expansion of North American Fuel Cell Manufacturing Facility

On November 19, FuelCell Energy held a ceremony, joined by Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy, to commence expansion of its North American fuel cell manufacturing facilities in Torrington, Connecticut.  FuelCell Energy recently closed on an Assistance Agreement with the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development to help fund the expansion, and the company plans to add 325 new jobs. 

Governor Dan Malloy speaking to FuelCell Energy employees at Torrington facility Source: FuelCell Energy

The expansion will increase the size of FuelCell Energy's facility by 102,000 square feet, which will allow it to streamline manufacturing and logistics.  The increased space will also make room for additional manufacturing capacity expansion, up from its current 100 MW to at least 200 MW of fuel cell units annually.  

Later phases of the expansion will also add a megawatt-scale tri-generation fuel cell system to help power and heat the facility. 

For a link to the full press release, click here

Bloom Energy, Al Gore Unveil Fuel Cell Installation at Staples Center

On November 19, Bloom Energy, along with former Vice President Al Gore and other sustainability officials, unveiled Bloom's 500 kilowatt (kW) fuel cell installation to provide on-site power at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. 

Al Gore, Bloom Energy CEO KR Sridhar, and other officials with Bloom's fuel cell Source: PRNewswire

The Bloom Energy fuel cell will provide 25% of the Staple center's baseload power requirements, and reduce emissions by 2.2 million pounds of carbon annually.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Doosan Fuel Cell America Closes Second Deal with South Korean Utility

On November 5, Doosan Fuel Cell America announced a fuel cell partnership with Korea Western Power, a South Korean utility company, and Serveone, an LG-affiliated company.  Under the deal, Doosan will manufacture 11 fuel cells, totaling 5 MW of capacity, at its South Windsor, Connecticut plant.  The PureCell fuel cells will generate power for 3,000 homes in  the Incheon suburb of Seoul, South Korea, and will occupy a physical footprint of only 1/4 acre.

This deal comes on the heels of a previous deal struck by Doosan on October 24 to provide 70 fuel cell units for a total of 30.8 MW for Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., South Korea's largest utility company.

For a link to the full press release, click here.
ITM Power Electrolyzer First to Achieve Operational Status under CEC 2014 Program

On November 3, ITM Power announced that its Riverside, California hydrogen fueling station was the first electrolyzer-based hydrogen fueling station to be certified under the California Energy Commission's 2014 funding program for hydrogen infrastructure. 

ITM Power Electrolyzer being put into place Source: ITM Power

ITM Power will now work to confirm station operation with fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) from automotive OEMs, and qualify the station with the California Division of Measurement Standards in order to sell hydrogen fuel to the public.  The station was originally awarded funds in November of 2014 as part of the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP).

For a link to the full press release, click here.

Hyundai Delivers 50 Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles to European Customers

On November 2, Hyundai announced that it had shipped an additional 50 Tucson FCEVs to customers in Europe.  This brings the total number of FCEVS deployed by Hyundai in Europe to 250. 

Hyundai Tucson FCEVs offloaded at port in Europe Source: Hyundai 

Thus far, Hyundai has delivered FCEVs to 11 European countries, with Sweden and Spain to follow next year.  As part of this effort, Hyundai is collaborating with the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU), a public-private partnership to advance hydrogen infrastructure in Europe. 

For a link to the full press release, click here

3M and Plug Power Announce Supply Agreement for Membrane Electrode Assemblies

On November 13, 3M and Plug Power announced a supply agreement for membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs), fabricated by 3M, to be used in Plug Power's proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells.
3M will begin providing MEAs to Plug Power in Q4 of 2015, and the new fuel cell stack technology will be used to improve performance and extend life of fuel cells in material handling and other hydrogen-powered applications.

For a link to the full press release, click here.

Toyota Officials Provide Update on Mirai FCEV Progress in California

On November 17, Toyota officials announced that 22 of its Mirai FCEVs had been leased in California since its launch last month, and plans to ramp up its distribution in California over the next several years. Toyota has stated that there has been over 2,000 applications to lease the vehicle in the state.

Toyota Mirai FCEV Source: Reuters

Toyota also plans to increase the Mirai's availability to 40 California dealerships, up from eight, as well as the addition of several dealerships in the northeast United States. Toyota is also partnering with Air Liquide and FirstElement Energy to expand hydrogen fueling infrastructure nationwide.

For a link to the full article, click here

W.L. Gore Announces Fuel Cell Membrane Technology Powering Toyota Mirai FCEVs

On November 17, W.L. Gore announced that it was providing key fuel cell membrane components in Toyota's Mirai FCEV, which recently launched in the United States.

W.L Gore developed and manufactured the GORE-SELECT ™ membrane, which is housed in each of the 370 cells of the proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell that powers the Mirai.  Gore technology allows the Mirai's PEM to generate as much as 114 kW of electricity for motive power.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Ballard Power Signs $3 Million Contract for Development of Fuel Cell Powered Trams in China

On November 1, Ballard Power announced that it had signed a $3 million contract with Tangshan Railway Vehicle Company, Limited to develop a new fuel cell module for use in tram applications in China.

The 200 kilowatt (kW) fuel cell units will be designed to meet Modern Ground Rail Transit Equipment application requirements in China.  An initial fuel cell-powered tram prototype is expected by 2016.

For a link to the full press release, click here

McPhy Announces Selection for Hydrogen Fueling Station in Paris

On November 2, McPhy Energy announced that it had been selected, along with Idex, an energy management services provider, by the city of Paris, France to install and operate a hydrogen fueling station.  The fueling station will be located in the Ivry-sur-Seine region, and will be inaugurated during the COP21 international climate talks in Paris.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Andrew Marsh Named President of LG Fuel Cell Systems

On November 23, LG Fuel Cell Systems announced that Andrew Marsh has been appointed as the company's President and Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1, 2016.   LG Fuel Cell Systems  is developing one-megawatt natural gas fueled solid oxide fuel cell systems.

For a link to the full story, click here.

Toyota Announces Funding for Advanced Technology Ventures in Japan Including Fuel Cells

On November 4, Toyota joined Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. and asset management company Sparx Group Co., announcing an investment of ¥13.5 billion ($111 million) to support venture companies developing advanced technologies, including fuel cell and hydrogen technology. 

The fund was named the Mirai Creation Investment Limited Partnership fund, and the three companies will call on other Japanese firms to contribute and raise the funding to ¥50 billion ($406 million) by March of 2016.

For a link to the full article, click here

Air Liquide Announces Cryocap Technology for C02 Capture During Hydrogen Production

On November 5, Air Liquide debuted its Cryocap technology at its hydrogen production facility in the Normandy region of France.  The technology will be used to capture CO2 emissions created during the steam-methane reformation (SMR) of natural gas to produce hydrogen, while also increasing efficiency of production of hydrogen. 

The Cryocap technology is part of Air Liquide's Blue Hydrogen effort, which aims to de-carbonize 50% of all of its hydrogen production by 2020 for use as a clean transportation fuel.  The Cryocap installation in France will be able to capture 100,000 tons of CO2 annually. 

For a link to the full press release, click here

Intelligent Energy Highlights Commercial Fuel Cell Activities in Singapore

On October 27, Intelligent Energy announced that it had increased activities with Singapore's Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES) to highlight opportunities to fuel cell technology in the country. Intelligent Energy exhibited its Zero Emission Range Extender (ZERE) technology for light-duty commercial vehicles at the event, which extend the range of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) using fuel cell technology.

Intelligent Energy CEO Henri Winand also addressed the summit on the importance of fuel cell technology applications as part of a broader clean energy portfolio.
For a link to the full press release, click here.

California GO-Biz Office Publishes Hydrogen Permitting Guidebook 

On November 5, the California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) published the official Hydrogen Permitting Station Guidebook for hydrogen station operators.  The guidebook details the permitting process in California, as well as suggested best practices for local and regional governments looking to open a fueling station.

For a link to the full guidebook, click here

FuelCell Energy Announces 8.4 Megawatt Fuel Cell Sale in South Korea

On November 2, FuelCell Energy announced the sale of six fuel cell modules, totaling 8.4 megawatts (MW) of capacity, to its South Korean Partner, POSCO Energy.  POSCO Energy is one of South Korea's leading utility companies. 

This module sale is in addition to the monthly fuel cell shipments under an existing multi-year 122 MW order between FuelCell Energy and POSCO.   

For a link to the full press release, click here

Ballard Closes $5M Strategic Investment from Nisshinbo Holdings Inc.

On November 11, Ballard Power announced it had closed on a $5 million strategic investment deal with Nisshinbo Holdings Inc., an environmental and energy company in Japan.

Ballard Power plans to use the investment for general corporate purposes, including acquisitions and product development.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Plug Power's ReliOn Fuel Cell Solution a Finalist in Fierce Innovation Awards

On November 11, Plug Power announced that it's ReliOn brand fuel cell-powered outside plant solution (OSP) has been named a top contender for the 2015 Fierce Innovation Awards.  The submissions are judged by a panel of telecom executives and awarded based on innovation, financial impact, and other market criteria. 

ReliOn OSP Solution at SouthernLinc Telecom Site Source: Plug Power

Plug Power recently signed a deal with SouthernLinc to provide integrated backup power with its ReliOn OSP at 500 4G/LTE towers over the next five years.  The fuel cell systems provide an environmentally hardened and reliable alternative to diesel generator systems at telecom towers.

For a link to the full blog post, click here

Aberdeen Hydrogen Fueling Station in United Kingdom Reaches 1,000th Refuel 

On November 11, the Aberdeen City Council announced that the United Kingdom's first hydrogen fueling station had reached 1,000 refuelings.  The station, located at the Aberdeen City Council's Kittybrewster fuel depot, provides hydrogen fuel for the fleet of 10 Van Hool fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs) operating in the city.

Aberdeen Hydrogen Fueling Station at Kittybrewster Location Source: MHW Magazine

The station is owned an operated by BOC, a member of the Linde Group, and is part of a £19 million ($29 million) demonstration project by the United Kingdom to determine the economic and environmental benefits of hydrogen-powered transportation. 

For a link to the full press release, click here

Toyota Mirai receives the Environmental Award of the year in Austria

On November 5, Toyota announced the Austrian automobile club ARBÖ (Auto-Motor und Radfahrerverbund Österreiche) awarded the Mirai FCEV with the "2015 Environmental Award."

Toyota Europe executives receive 2015 Environmental Award for Mirai FCEV Source: Toyota

Toyota received the award in the category of "Current Innovative Environmental Technologies" at a gala held in Vienna, Austria.  

For a link to the full press release, click here

McPhy Energy Selected for Hydrogen Fueling Station in Valence

On November 17, McPhy Energy announced that it had been awarded the call for tender by Valence Romans Sub Rhone-Aples intercommunity authority for its first hydrogen refueling station, to be operational by the end of 2015.  This station will be the fourth hydrogen refueling station McPhy Energy has been awarded since August.

The station award is part of a national "Industrie du Futur" plan by the French government providing a network of 100 hydrogen stations by 2018.

For a link to the press release, click here.

Plug Power Announces Colruyt Group as GenDrive Customer in Belgium

On November 19, Plug Power announced it had secured the Colruyt Group, a supermarket leader in Belgium, as its newest GenDrive customer.  

Plug Power will provide the Colruyt Group with 200 fuel cell-powered GenDrive units for use in its Halle, Belgium, facility.  Plug Power plans to deliver the GenDrive units in two phases; 75 in phase one and the remaining 125 in phase two.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Ballard Power Named One of Canada's Most Innovative Companies by CIX

On November 16, the Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX), an annual innovation forum in Toronto, Canada, named Ballard Power one of the country's top 20 most innovative firms, out of a profile of hundreds of companies.  Ballard was recognized for its work in the development of fuel cell technologies for a variety of applications.

Ballard participated in and gave a presentation at the CIX public investor day on Wednesday, November 18 as part of the ceremonies.

For a link to the full press release, click here

Kia Motors Announces Development of FCEV model with 2020 Targeted Launch

On November 17, Kia announced an upcoming FCEV model slated for a 2020 launch as part of a larger, $2 billion investment program in advanced and alternative fuel vehicles. 

The FCEV development is backed by a $10.2 billion investment from its parent company, Hyundai, which has already launched the Tucson FCEV Crossover in the United States and global markets. 

For a link to the full article, click here

FuelCell Energy Finalizes Fuel Cell Microgrid Deal with United Illuminating 

On November 17, FuelCell Energy announced that it had finalized a deal with United Illuminating to establish a 2.2 megawatt (MW) fuel cell-powered microgrid in Woodbridge, Connecticut. 

FuelCell Energy will construct and operate the state-of-the-art fuel cell microgrid at the Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge, which will provide power to seven municipal buildings independent of the grid in the event of an outage.  Usable heat from the microgrid will also provide heating and hot water for the high school.  

This is the third fuel cell project FuelCell Energy and United Illuminating have partnered on as part of Connecticut's Renewable Connections Program, including a 5 MW facility in Bridgeport, Connecticut and a 2.8 MW facility in New Haven, Connecticut. 

For a link to the full press release, click here.

Plug Power Announces Next Generation GenDrive Model 3340 Fuel Cell

On November 18, Plug Power announced the launch of the GenDrive 3340 fuel cell units into commercial production for customer orders.  The GenDrive 3340 is the latest in Plug Power's 3000 series of fuel cell systems for materials handling.

The new unit is designed around Plug Power's cooling stack, and features simplified design and greater fuel efficiency, allowing for a longer run time.  The first production units of the GenDrive 3340 will ship to customers in the fourth quarter of 2015.

For a link to the full press release, click here.

FedFederal Program News

ARPA-E Awards $125 Million for 41 Transformational Energy Technology Projects, Including Proton Energy Systems and Pajarito Powder

On November 23, the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) announced awards of $125 million for 41 transformational energy technology projects, including two hydrogen-related projects for Proton Energy Systems in Wallingford, Connecticut and Pajarito Powder in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Proton Energy Systems was awarded $2,500,000 to develop a hydrogen-iron flow battery that can generate hydrogen for fueling fuel cell electric vehicles and also store energy on the electric grid.

Pajarito Powder was awarded $2,790,000 to develop a reversible hydrogen electrode that would enable cost-effective hydrogen production and reversible fuel cells.

For a link to the press release, click here.  For the full list of award winners, click here.

DOE Announces December 1 Webinar on Northeast States' Hydrogen Economy

On December 1, the Department of Energy will host a webinar from 12:00 to 1:00 PM EST titled "Northeast States' Hydrogen Economy. 

The webinar will focus on state efforts to support the regional development of hydrogen infrastructure for the deployment of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) in the Northeast United States.  The webinar will serve as a model for other municipalities and states to deploy FCEVs and hydrogen fueling infrastructure.

For a link to register for the webinar, click here

Upcoming Events

European Fuel Cell Conference and Exhibition

The European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference - EFC15 - is going to celebrate its 6th anniversary in beautiful Naples, Italy, from 16 to 18 December 2015.

This conference offers three days with prominent academics, researchers, students politicians and entrepreneurs, in the field of fuel cells.  The topics include Materials, Modeling, Lab Tests, System Design, Fuels and decarbonizing society, Fuel Cell Applications, Fuel Cells operated in reversed mode, Marketing and Policy pathways to full commercialization of Fuel Cells, and Cross-cutting Issues.

A series of special sessions will be held in parallel with the core event: Safety, Regulations codes & standards in Fuel Cells; Microbial Fuel Cells; Dissemination of European projects on Fuel Cell and Hydrogen.

The call for abstracts is now open. Selected paper will be published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.

The event offers also opportunities to those who want to promote their products and activities. For more information, please visit the website at
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DOE Announces Notice of Intent to Issue Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research, Development, and Demonstration FOA

On November 18, the Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (DOE EERE) announced an intent to issue a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Research, Development, and Demonstration. 

The FOA will offer up to $35 million, and will focus on the topic areas of hydrogen production, storage, demonstration and deployment of infrastructure, fuel cell performance and durability, advanced hydrogen storage materials, and a cost benefit analysis for hydrogen production, storage, and fuel cells. 

The full FOA plans to be issued on December 10, 2015.  

For a link to the full Notice of Intent, click here

DOE Announces SBIR/STTR FY16 Phase 1 Release 2 Topics for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology

On November 13, the Department of Energy announced the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Phase 1 Release 2 award topics. 

Topics included magnetocaloric materials development for hydrogen delivery and two technology transfer opportunities (TTO). The first TTO is focused on durable, high activity electrocatalyst with low platinum content and low cost for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell applications. The second TTO is focused on safety sensors for hydrogen infrastructure applications.

The DOE plans to issue a full FOA on November 30, 2015, and full applications will be due by Monday, December 15, 2015.

For a link to the full FOA page, click here

California Air Resources Board Releases Grant Solicitation for Zero-Emission Truck & Bus Pilot Commercial Deployment Projects

On October 1, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) announced a grant solicitation for Zero-Emission Truck & Bus Pilot Commercial Deployment Projects, including fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).  Over $23 million has been made available for grants for projects that help accelerate technology commercialization by deploying FCEVs and other zero-emission vehicles in clusters at freight hubs, transit centers, and school districts. 

The application period will be open until January 29, 2016.

For a link to the full solicitation, click here

DOT Announces $22.5 Million in Additional Funding for Low or No Emissions Vehicle Deployment Program

On September 25, the Department of Transportation Federal Transit 
Administration (DOT FTA) announced the availability of $22.5 million in funding for its Low or No Emissions Vehicle Deployment Program (LoNo) to deploy low and zero emission vehicles (ZEV) across the country, including fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs) powered by hydrogen.

The funding is available through grants posted in the Federal Register.  

Full grant applications are due by November 23, 2015. 

For a link to the full grant application page, click here.  For a link to the full press release, click here

DOE Releases Funding Opportunity Announcement for Native American Clean Energy Projects, Including Fuel Cells

On September 2, the Department of Energy's Office of Indian Energy issued a $6 million funding opportunity announcement (FOA) for clean energy and energy efficiency projects on Indian tribal lands to help combat the threat of climate change.  
Projects eligible include fuel cells in combined heat and power applications.

Full application submissions are due by December 10, 2015 at 5:00 PM EDT.

For a link to the full FOA, click here
NYSERDA Accepting Funding Applications for RPS Customer-Sited Tier Fuel Cell Program 

On January 5, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced a set of two funding opportunities for customer-sited fuel cells - one for a fuel cell system rated 25 kilowatts (kW) or less, and another for systems over 25 kW.  NYSERDA is making up to $50,000 available for fuel cell projects as part of the state's Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS).  

Funding will be available until December 31, 2015.

For a link to the full Project Opportunity Notices (PON) for small and large fuel cell systems, click here and here, respectively. 
Part I Round 5 Applications for $4 Billion DOE Loan Program Due December 2

December 2 marks the next deadline for industries to submit their Part I application for the DOE's $4 billion in available loan guarantees for EERE Projects.  As a part of the President's Climate Action Plan, the DOE has allocated $4 billion in loan guarantees to promote EERE projects that avoid or reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Fuel cell and hydrogen technologies are eligible for the EERE loan program.  The five technology areas of interest under the solicitation are:
  • Advanced Grid Integration and Storage
  • Drop-in Biofuels
  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Enhancement of Existing Facilities
  • Efficiency Improvements 
DOE has due dates for the loan program on a rolling basis as follows:

Part I Due Dates
Round 5 - December 2, 2015

Part II Due Dates
Round 5 - March 2, 2016

For more information on the EERE loan program, click here.

In addition to the $4 billion loan guarantee program for EERE projects, DOE is also accepting applicants for its $8 billion Advanced Fossil Energy Projects solicitation and $16 billion Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing (ATVM) loan program.

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