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THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED THE

2017 OHIO FUEL CELL SYMPOSIUM and

BALANCE OF PLANT WORKSHOP

MARCH 30-31, 2017

AT THE SPITZER CONFERENCE CENTER OF

LORAIN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 

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CORRIDOR NEWS                                                                                                                          

Auto review: Honda’s fuel cell Clarity wins plaudits

Apr 10, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

The science experiment is over. Hydrogen fuel cars are real. Toyota and Hyundai proved it with their Mirai and Tucson FCVs, respectively. Now, Honda has taken the technology a step further. The 2017 Clarity is real, and it’s really fun. Honda’s fuel cell entry is a stylish four-door sedan that offers premium cabin comfort and cargo capacity for five passengers and their gear. This is possible because Honda engineers downsized and repositioned the engine components so they fit under the hood, like on a standard internal combustion engine car — instead of taking up space between the rear seats, or in the trunk area, as they do on other fuel cell vehicles.  [Read More]

 

 

 

 

 

Amazon Finds There's Nothing Foolish in Fuel Cells

Apr 06, 2017 | Bloomberg

Plug Power makes hydrogen fuel cells. Along with the right to purchase the stake, Amazon is buying the cells to power forklifts at some of its vast warehouses, which will create $70 million of extra revenue for the company this year (it only made $56 million in 2016). Now, Amazon uses battery-powered forklifts. Amazon is an obsessive cost-cutter when it comes to logistics. That fuel cells are economically viable for such an operation should give pause to those, who, like Mercedes maker Daimler's Chief Executive Officer Dieter Zetsche, don't believe the technology can be more cost-efficient than batteries.  [Read More]

 

 

 

 
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