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Horizon Unveiling Small Hydrogen Refueling and Storage System for the Home

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Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies will introduce a “personal hydrogen station”—HydroFill—at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The device consumes 60W DC per hour to produce 10 liters of hydrogen (0.001 kg) per hour, enough to fill a HydroStik metal hydride storage cartridge. In 2006, Horizon introduced solar hydrogen powered toy cars. HydroPak offers 60W output (120W peak) using water-activated sodium borohydride cartridges supplied by Horizon.

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US DOE Issues Request for Information on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Market Development; Reports to Congress on Program

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen Program has issued a Request for Information (RFI) on potential early markets and deployment opportunities for hydrogen and fuel cells. The information gathered is intended to help DOE to identify key early markets, validate hydrogen and fuel cell system performance through data collection and communicate results, cultivate demand and accelerate market development, and reduce non-technical barriers that hinder market penetration.

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PARC building cleantech portfolio; co-extrusion printing of novel battery electrodes and carbon-neutral renewable liquid fuels from atmospheric CO2

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PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), the home of a long line of technology innovations, including laser printing, object-oriented programming, and personal workstations with graphical user interfaces (e.g., PARC is developing a non-biological approach for producing liquid fuels from renewable energy, air, CO 2 and water. PARC’s proposed approach captures CO 2 from the air and reacts it with hydrogen produced via the electrolysis of water to produce liquid hydrocarbon fuels.

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