Ballard Power Systems will now see FCvelocity-9SSL fuel cell stacks produced in Yunfu, a city in China’s Guangdong province after inking an agreement with Guangdong Nation Synergy Hydrogen Power Technology Co Ltd. (Synergy).
By Richard MacKellar
The electric power industry will be the most exciting investment area in the next fifteen years. This bold statement comes directly from the eye-popping headlines surrounding the Tesla Model 3 launch and now Norway’s announcement that it is to completely ban petrol cars by 2025. It also heralds a rapid decline of oil, but opportunity for natural gas.
On Wednesday, June 8, the Ontario government is expected to unveil its Five Year Climate Action Plan 2016-2020. Many of the elements have been widely reported by other media outlets but one of them has the potential to bring considerable transformation to the provincial electricity system.
New research from Dr. Brad Easton, an associate professor in the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), could help produce more durable and less costly hydrogen fuel cell systems.