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Now available: The Fuel Cell Industry Review 2015

E4tech has just launched the 2015 edition of its Fuel Cell Industry Review, following on from the well-received 2014 report. The Fuel Cell Industry Review 2015 offers data and analysis by region, application and fuel cell type and includes objective commentary on key events in the industry over the past year from an E4tech-led team […]

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E4tech joins Hydrogen London

E4tech has joined Hydrogen London, the public-private partnership working towards a hydrogen economy for London and the UK. It was set up in 2002 as the London Hydrogen Partnership to develop a network of hydrogen fuel cell stakeholders in the capital and help develop fuel cell and hydrogen technologies in London. Hydrogen London works on […]

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E4tech’s Adam Chase and Franz Lehner to present at All-Energy 2015

The All-Energy 2015 conference in Glasgow is the UK’s biggest sustainable energy event. On 6th May, E4tech Director Adam Chase will be presenting on the role of policy in the UK automotive sector renaissance. The presentation is based on a major report that was launched in 2014. The report is available for download from here. […]

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Results of hydrogen refuelling station competition announced

On 27th March, UK Government Ministers announced the results of the Hydrogen Refuelling Stations infrastructure grant scheme. Seven projects have been given the green light, for a total of 12 permanent and mobile stations to be operational before the end of 2016. E4tech has been working closely with Ricardo-AEA to support this competition since its […]

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E4tech and Ricardo-AEA to run UK hydrogen refuelling station competition

Today, the UK Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) launched the Hydrogen Refuelling Stations infrastructure grant scheme. Grant funding of up to £5.5 million will be made available to support a UK hydrogen fuelling network capable of servicing fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). This will go to building new stations and to upgrade appropriate […]

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Swansea honours fuel cell pioneer Sir William Grove

Today, a blue plaque was unveiled for 19th Century fuel cell pioneer Sir William Grove on Grove Place in Swansea. E4tech Director Prof. David Hart represented the Grove Fuel Cell Symposium Steering Committee at the event. Grove, who developed the first fuel cell in 1839, was born in Swansea in 1811. “Grove’s work was seminal,” […]

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E4tech report on ‘Swiss Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Activities’ now online

he Swiss hydrogen and fuel cell sector demonstrates individual excellence but is not yet fully recognised or integrated into Swiss energy strategy thinking for 2050, concludes E4tech’s just-released report for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy. “Switzerland has some exceptional scientists and companies, but lacks critical mass in some areas” observed E4tech’s Fuel Cell Practice […]

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