Hydrogen Fuels

New low-cost gas sensor technology from TTP uses speed of sound

TTP’s SonicSense delivers accurate gas sensing at a fraction of the cost of existing methods January 29 2014: TTP, a leading UK-based technology and product development company, has come up with an innovative approach to gas sensing that radically cuts cost, size and power consumption. The new ultrasonic sensor uses patent-pending TTP technology to precisely measure the speed of sound ...

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Telgenco launches new ultra quiet 7kW 48V DC generator for base station sites

Press Release Cambridge, UK, 17th September 2012 Cambridge based Telgenco has launched a new DC generator targeted specifically for telecoms base station sites. “The Quiet48-7 genset has a number of features that make it ideally suited for today’s more power efficient single tenant and multi-tenant base station sites” said Company CEO Simon Albury. Telgenco 7kW Many operators have led the ...

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Award-Winning Designs For A Better Future Featured In ‘A Garden Party To Make A Difference’

Earth Awards celebrates the power of good design & innovation 14 September 2010: A house which can be made out of the soil it is built on is one of many award-winning installations at HRH The Prince of Wales‘ ‘Garden Party to Make a Difference’ from 8 -19 September 2010. Cambridge Professor Michael Ramage, Peter Rich Architects and John Ochsendorf’s ...

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Major Global Innovation Award Finds New Solution To The Earth’s Energy Needs

Artificial Photosynthetic Foam wins Earth Awards 2010   17 September 2010: Revolutionary artificial foam which captures and converts the sun’s energy more effectively than living organisms, has won The Earth Awards 2010. The Photosynthetic Foam won the $50,000 prize after being selected from over 500 entries from around the world. The team pitched to an audience of leading CEOs and investors at ...

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New bio-fuel shows excellent potential for stationary power applications

Press Release Cambridge-based generator manufacturer Telgenco has completed its first stage testing with a new biofuel developed by another Cambridge company, Hycagen Ltd. The fuel, Hycadiesel, has been developed using Hycagen’s enzyme fuel generation process. “Our first stage testing at a variety of concentrations up to 100% shows that the fuel performs exactly as predicted” said Telgenco CEO Simon Albury. ...

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Waste2Tricity acquires exclusive UK deployment rights for use in energy-from-waste applications for AFC Energy PLC fuel cells in £1 million deal

12 April 2012: Waste2Tricity, a structured solutions provider, today announced it has acquired the exclusive rights for AFC Energy Plc (AIM: AFC) hydrogen fuel cells for deployment in the UK energy-from-waste sector. The fuel cells will be used with hydrogen produced by high temperature gasification. The right of first refusal for additional territories, Europe and North America, is also secured.    ...

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Car sales falter as China puts the brakes on

Poor sales in the US and Europe predicted to worsen London, UK. 08 September 2010: Growth in the Chinese automotive sector is slowing, and this is having an effect on global manufacturers concerned with oversupplying the market. As more and more western carmakers have already established production bases in the country it now looks as though the days of 40% ...

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POWER-GEN Europe 2010 announces technical tours

London, 23 February 2010 – After the success of the technical tours in Germany last year, PennWell reveals three new site visits will be taking place on Monday 7th June in the Netherlands prior to POWER-GEN Europe and its associated shows Renewable Energy World Europe, POWERGRID Europe and Nuclear Power Europe. Tour 1: Smart City Amsterdam (additional tour on Friday ...

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Royal Mail, CENEX, PostEurop and FuelCellEurope Join Forces To Accelerate Development Of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Postal Vans

Loughborough, 27 March 2009 Royal Mail, the postal operating authority for the United Kingdom is working with CENEX, PostEurop, the association of European public postal operators, and FuelCellEurope, the European association of fuel cell developers to develop a universal design specification for hydrogen fuel cell postal vans. Once a draft design specification has been developed Royal Mail intends to share ...

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Cenex to Host UK National Biomethane Conference

Press Release From waste to transport fuel, a two-day event to be held in Loughborough London, 11 May 2009 – Cenex, the UK’s Centre of Excellence in Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, will host a two-day conference on biomethane between the 3-4th June 2009 at Loughborough University’s Holywell Park. The conference, sponsored by Chesterfield BioGas and Greenlane Biogas, will ...

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