Fuel Cell Power No. 44 (Spring 2011)

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At an International meeting in Birmingham, UK, speakers discussed the operation of fuel cell combined heat and power (CHP) installations in homes, industrial premises, hospitals, offices and shops. Although capital costs are not yet at grid parity, fuel cells powered by natural gas or renewable biofuels substantially reduce primary energy use and cut customers‟ fuel bills. Operating locally 24/7, hydrogen fuel cells provide efficient back up for renewable energy from intermittent wind or solar power. Electric vehicles powered by batteries and/or fuel cells, also help to balance the electrical load and contribute to improved energy security and reduced C02 emissions.

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Birmingham takes the lead into a new energy future p 2

News p. 9

Call for UK Renewable Energy Storage Incentive (RESI) p. 10

Intelligent Energy moves towards the low carbon economy p. 13

News p. 14

Visit to Tokyo Fuel Cell Expo 2011 p. 15

News p. 17

Scandinavian Hydrogen highway partnership p. 18

Fuel cell Hydrogen buses in Europe p. 19

Events p. 20


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