Hydrogen Station

HySolGenics, Inc.

7011 Realm Dr, San Jose, CA 95119

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Eco Energy International, LLC

233 Park Avenue East, Mansfield, OH, United States

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ITM Power

155 N Riverview Dr, Anaheim, CA, United States

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GP Strategies

2835 Progress Place, Escondido, CA, United States

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National Fuel Cell Research Center, Irvine CA

Irvine, CA, United States

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Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.

7201 Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown, PA, United States

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Eco Energy International Mansfield, OH
Eco Energy International is a joint venture working to develop and commercialize technologies to produce clean renewable energy from waste. Our patented, modular, scalable technologies produce pure hydrogen at costs rivaling those of large scale facilities but without releasing greenhouse gases (CO2, CO) that traditional processes produce. By using renewable feedstocks, this hydrogen is considered green (renewable) hydrogen that is in high demand in a growing market. These feedstocks include:
• Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): Paper, Wood, Food Wastes, & other Organic Materials
• Agricultural Solid Waste (ASW): Animal, Crop & other Agricultural Wastes
• Food Industry Waste (FIW): Food Processing, Meat Processing and Food Service Wastes; Fryer Oils, Potato Peels
• Lumber Industry Waste (LIW): Forest Slash Piles, Woodchips, Sawdust
• Alcohols: Methanol, Ethanol, Ethylene Glycol, Glycerol (byproduct from bio-diesel)
• Sugars, Starches: Glucose, Fructose, Corn Starch, Potato Starch
• Biomass
UPDATED: June 20, 2017

HySolGenics, Inc. San Jose, CA
HySolGenics is a startup company now introducing solar hydrogen power systems in the kilowatt to twenty kilowatt sizes. In the world today, with limited power grids disrupted by extreme weather, social conflict, or remote location, the ability to control your own power system is extremely valuable. HySolGenics systems are constructed of recyclable materials and operate totally pollution free, requiring only sunlight and water to create and store unlimited quantities of hydrogen fuel. HySolGenics systems are optimized for transport to nearly any location and can be set up for operation within minutes.
ALSO LISTED IN: Hydrogen Fuel, Hydrogen Station     
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

ITM Power Anaheim, CA
ITM Power specialize in the manufacture of integrated hydrogen energy systems and state of the art PEM electrolzers. Founded in June 2001, the company floated on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in 2004 and was the first United Kingdom-based fuel cell company to go public. ITM Power operates out of two premises in Sheffield, UK with further offices in Germany, France the USA and Canada.
ITM has a network of hydrogen refueling stations around the world and also is a world leader in the deign, construction and operation of hydrogen energy storage systems.
Our systems absorb excess electricity in a fast, efficient and reliable manner for use in fuel cells, direct injection into gas pipelines, synthetic methane production and liquid fuel synthesis. Our systems are rapid response meaning they can be used for grid ancillary services such as demand response frequency regulation and renewables integration.
UPDATED: August 17, 2017

The National Fuel Cell Research Center (NFCRC), located at the University of California, Irvine, one of the nation’s top-ranked public universities, was established in 1998 by the U.S. Department of Energy and the California Energy Commission. The NFCRC facilitates and accelerates the development and deployment of fuel cell technology and fuel cell systems, hydrogen refueling, and energy storage; promotes strategic alliances to address market challenges associated with the installation and integration of fuel cell systems and the emerging hydrogen economy; and provides education and resources to the fuel cell and hydrogen communities
UPDATED: October 10, 2016

Nzyme2HC Austin, TX
Nzyme2HC has built on that discovery and developed a carbon dioxide-free hydrogen production concept. Through the SBV Pilot, the company will work with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to measure and test hydrogen production in vivo or in vitro. Ultimately, lab researchers will work closely with Nzyme2HC to develop and evaluate a novel enzymatic process for production of renewable hydrogen to deliver a potentially high-yield and low-cost renewable hydrogen generation process.
UPDATED: August 16, 2017