Technology converts renewable energy to hydrogen, which is used worldwide in industrial applications and is growing in use as a clean alternative to fossil fuels
Company will also display its test car, which logged thousands of miles during rigorous quality and durability testing on U.S. roadways
Commercialization expected to follow development, with Westport supplying natural gas components
Particles can be submerged directly into water and will automatically produce hydrogen in the presence of sunlight
MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—Candu Energy Inc. has penned an agreement with the the Brea, Calif.,-based Enertech to jointly provide passive autocatalytic recombiner (PAR) technology to the US and select international markets. Enertech, a business unit of the Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company, is…
The Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G) is converting to hydrogen fuel cell forklift fleets at three facilities in the U.S.