Review2002 – Fuel Cell

This is the third installment of our comprehensive look back on the news that shaped the Renewable Energy industry in 2002 – REview2002. Today, we focus on Fuel Cells – tomorrow, we feature Solar news from the year. This 2002 Renewable Energy news review by technology continues through January 10.

High Temperature Fuel Cell Power For Europe From Siemens Hanover, Germany, February 28, 2002 [] The first solid oxide fuel cell power generating plant of its kind in Europe is to be built by the Siemens Power Generation Group (PG) in Europe, under contract to Stadtwerke Hanover AG and E.ON Energie AG. Click for Full StoryHydrogen Transporting Technology Advance San Francisco, California – April 2, 2002 [] FuelSell Technologies Inc. (FST) has announced the development of a solution to the problem of safe transport, delivery, and storage of hydrogen for fuel cell-based power systems. Click for Full StoryStep Toward Hydrogen Infrastructure Las Vegas, Nevada – November 19, 2002 [] A step toward developing infrastructure to enable the United States to progress to a hydrogen economy was taken recently in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click for Full StoryStuart Energy Teams with Ford for Hydrogen Systems Toronto, Ontario – March 26, 2002 [] Stuart Energy Systems Corporation has signed a joint cooperation agreement with Ford Power Products, a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. Click for Full StoryFuel Cell Focus Coming from Ford Detroit, Michigan – April 4, 2002 [] Ford Motor Company expects a fuel-cell-powered version of its Ford Focus sedan to be commercially available for use in company fleets by 2004. Click for Full StoryQuantum and Hyundai to Develop Fuel Cell Vehicles Irvine, California – April 4, 2002 [] Quantum Technologies WorldWide, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of IMPCO Technologies, Inc., has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) of Korea for the joint development and commercialization of advanced fuel systems for fuel cell and alternative fuel vehicles. Click for Full StoryGM Tests Fuel Cell Truck Honeyoe Falls, New York – May 7, 2002 [] General Motors Corp. has demonstrated the world’s first drivable fuel cell vehicle that extracts hydrogen from gasoline to produce electricity. Click for Full StoryREPORT: US Lagging In Fuel Cell Market? Oyster Bay, New York – November 7, 2002 [] Support for fuel cell technology in the European Union and Japan has been increasing, according to a new study by Allied Business Intelligence (ABI). Click for Full Story
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