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Ansaldo breaks ground on German power plant
One of two turnkey projects underway in country
Burckhardt to deliver H2 diaphragm compressor to Hungary
Project to be built near a green hydrogen production facility
Power Machines starts center for hydrogen technologies
Russian firm expects to become ‘full cycle’ supplier of solutions
Wärtsilä supplying engines for Nigerian food company
Dual-fuel engines will offer long-term flexibility, company says
Power orders up at GE
Equipment orders up in second quarter, company reports
Howden to provide green hydrogen compressor
Plant to ultimately produce 550 million liters of e-fuels annually
Methanol engine first for MAN
Engine will be first to burn the fuel within container segment
WinGD launches on-engine NOx abatement solution
First two-stroke engine to offer solution, company says
Kohler’s big investment in France
Company announces multi-million expansion of gen-set production facility in Brest
Ansaldo Energia deploying first MXL3 upgrade
Combined cycle power plant in the Netherlands
INNIO goes big into hydrogen
“Ready for H2” engine lineup announced
Rolls-Royce Power Systems’ roadmap to net zero
Company announces plan for 35% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, net zero by 2050
GE marks first GT26 HE upgrade implementation, adds orders
GT26 HE at Uniper’s Enfield Power Station
Wärtsilä expects third quarter to be better
Still uncertainty over COVID-19
Answers to common queries about fuel cells
It is fair to assume that a lot of engineers at mobile and stationary original equipment manufacturers understand the technology of Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells. After all, fuel cells have been around since the mid-1800s (at least in concept) and over the years have been involved in some rather high-profile applications with the most notable arguably the US space program.But as the push toward cleaner and hydrogen-based becomes more pronounced, how do fuel cells work has taken a backseat to a much more prosaic queries, such as How will they fit in my vehicle or machine? How many do I need to use in my equipment? How long do they last? How are they serviced?As Diesel Progress editors have regularly heard these kind of questions, we have collated the most common queries and asked two leading professionals for their answers.Philippe Gorse (director of fuel cell technologies at mtu solutions in Germany) and Ryan Sookhoo (business development director for Cummins’ fuel cell business in Canada) were posed the questions.
GE announces another hydrogen demonstration project
Second New York state facility to study feasibility of using green hydrogen in gas-fired turbines
Nett’s Tier 4 marine retrofit system
Canadian aftertreatment specialist completes development of marine retrofit aftertreatment technology
Ballard supplying fuel cell modules for train trial
Mireo Plus H passenger train to operate in Bavaria
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