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Manufacturing Forum 

August 17, 2017

Vehicle Vault

Parker, CO


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California Hydrogen &

Fuel Cell Summit

September 25-27, 2017

Sacramento, California


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2017 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition 

November 7-9, 2017

Long Beach, California


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This forum is part of a national effort by the U.S. Department of Energy Fuel Cell Technologies Office to develop a robust national supply chain for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. The Colorado Hydrogen Coalition and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are collaborating with the Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition, University of California Irvine, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, and Virginia Clean Cities to cultivate new supplier-integrator relationships within the hydrogen and fuel cell market.    

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Hexagon Composites Uses Hydrogen Tech in Heavy-Duty Truck Applications

Aug 3 | NGT News

Hexagon Composites’ subsidiary xperion Energy & Environment has been nominated to supply high-pressure cylinders for hydrogen-powered trucks owned and operated by ASKO, Norway’s largest grocery wholesaler. Hexagon says it received the order from Hydrogenics Corp., a developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power modules. The cylinders will be integrated into its fuel cell systems for four Scania hydrogen-powered trucks for ASKO.  [Read More]






New Grid Study Aims To Boost Coal, But Energy Dept. Bets On Natural Gas

Aug 7, 2017 | Clean Technica

Last April, the Energy Department embarked on a new grid study that seemed pre-wired to support the coal industry, but the process has gone through more twists and turns than the Coney Island Cyclone and it just keeps getting more…interesting. In the latest development, the US Department of Energy has announced a $20 million funding opportunity for next-generation technology aimed at accelerating the trend away from coal-fired power plants. [Read More]


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