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E4tech speaking at World Hydrogen event in Tokyo

The World Hydrogen Technologies Convention was opened in Japan on 3rd June by two Government ministers and the Governor of Tokyo. E4tech Director David Hart is in Tokyo all week, presenting E4tech work on the fuel cell industry , on the electrolyser industry and on supply and value chains.    

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Will China push fuel cells to profitability? Find out at f-cell+HFC Vancouver

The f-cell+HFC Impulse Summit is in Vancouver, 22-23 May. E4tech’s David Hart will be presenting an ‘outside perspective on China’, put together from our extensive engagement with China’s fuel cell and hydrogen industry. While China could play a pivotal role in commercialising fuel cells, the picture is fuzzy and changes rapidly. Come and get it […]

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E4tech’s China insights discussed at Hannover Fair

E4tech’s Franz Lehner was on stage in Hannover on Monday discussing the dramatic rise of fuel cells and hydrogen in China. Video of the event (courtesy of the excellent organisers Tobias Renz FAIR) is available here.  E4tech is following China’s development closely, attending conferences, visiting many of the players and supporting our clients in increasing […]

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The electrolyser industry is ready to scale to gigawatts

Water electrolysis is a key enabler in meeting Germany’s climate mitigation goals. Technology and manufacturing are ready for gigawatt scale, but the regulatory framework – especially electricity pricing – is a hindrance to large scale deployment. These key findings come from the study “Industrialisation of water electrolysis in Germany”, by E4tech with Fraunhofer ISE and […]

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Hydrogen Energy – still on the up

The 22nd World Hydrogen Energy Conference is in Rio de Janeiro from 18-21 June. E4tech Director David Hart will join fellow experts from around the world to assess progress and look forward. He’ll be busy – presentations on the fuel cell and electrolyser industries, a plenary talk on Hydrogen Roadmapping, and plenary roundtables on energy […]

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Hydrogen trains on track for UK

The news on hydrogen for heavy duty vehicles and now trains seems to be running to a regular schedule. Almost every day news emerges of government appetite for electrification by means other than overhead wires, or of train builders planning new products. Train builder Alstom’s name recently joined the list of companies planning activities in […]

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