Hysata Ramps Up Toward Commercial Production of Electrolysers in Australia 

Armed with its technology for efficient electrolysis and backed by a war chest of startup funding, Australian electrolyzer company Hysata is moving ahead with plans to scale up to commercial production in 2025. The progress comes amidst fresh recognition for the company as a significant new venture that is rapidly expanding at its new 8,000 square meter headquarters and manufacturing facility at Port Kembia, a suburb of Wollongong on the coast in New South Wales south of Sydney. […]

Fuel Cell / Hydrogen

Alfa Laval Heat Exchanger Developed Specifically for Fuel Cell Systems 

The key to fuel cell viability is maximized system efficiency and minimized energy losses, says Alfa Laval as it introduces its AlfaNova GL50, presented as the first heat exchanger developed specifically for fuel cell systems.

“More and more carbon-neutral fuels are being created through power-to-X processes. Fuel cells provide X-to-power conversion without combustion,” says Malgorzata Moczynska, President, Business Unit Brazed & Fusion Bonded Heat Exchangers. “To get the most out of these fuels, you must minimize energy losses at every step. This is the role of the AlfaNova GL50 heat exchanger – it helps fuel cell manufacturers achieve full system potential. It’s all part of our efforts to accelerate decarbonization.” […]

Fuel Cell / Hydrogen

HyAxiom & Doosan Pass Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Components Environmental Testing for Ships 

Fuel cell and hydrogen solutions providers HyAxiom, Inc. (HyAxiom) and Doosan Fuel Cell Co. (DFCC) have reached a milestone in their development of fuel cell power systems for ships with the passing of their solid oxide fuel cell stack in a critical environmental test by Det Norske Veritas (DNV), the classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry. This is the world’s first SOFC cell stack to pass such a test, which is a core component of the marine SOFC under development by HyAxiom and DFCC.  […]

Fuel Cell / Hydrogen

Bosch Aims for $5.3 Billion in H2 & Fuel Cell Business by 2030 

Targeting a spectrum of technology and application offerings, Bosch aims to grow its hydrogen and fuel cell business to $5.3 billion by 2030. As it builds out broadly along the entire value chain, top new ventures include developing a new business area in water treatment for electrolyzers and starting up volume production of fuel cells in Germany. […]

Fuel Cell / Hydrogen

FuelCell Energy: 

FuelCell Energy, Inc. announced that it has received an order from ExxonMobil for long-lead fuel cell stack module equipment and engineering support required to implement a potential demonstration of modular point source carbon capture at an ExxonMobil facility and, in a separate announcement, that it is accepting orders for its solid oxide electrolyzer and solid oxide fuel cell platform.  […]