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  • Electric Vehicles Are Here. Now We Need to Figure Out How to Charge ThemOctober 25, 2017

    (Time.com, 10/12/17) In the century since the dawn of the mass-market car, more than 100,000 gas stations have popped up along the country’s 4 million miles of roads and highways–and a stop to refuel became a crucial part of the quintessential U.S. road trip. But the heyday of the gas…


  • After Norwegian merger, Friedland moves on from Proton OnSiteOctober 24, 2017

    (Hartford Business Journal, 10/16/17) The longtime leader of a key player in the state’s fuel cell ecosystem is moving on from the Wallingford company he helped found 22 years ago. Robert Friedland, who has led Proton Onsite as president and CEO since 2008, worked his last day at the company…


  • Fuel-cell vehicles await their momentOctober 9, 2017

    (Hartford Business Journal, 10/9/17) Of the 5,565 electric vehicles (EV) registered in Connecticut, three are powered by fuel cells — which convert compressed hydrogen gas into electricity. Fuel cell vehicles, or FCEVs, could help Connecticut’s EV ambitions, but it will require the state to adopt hydrogen fueling stations to become…


  • Connecticut Celebrates National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day on Oct. 8October 6, 2017

    Connecticut’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry Creates Jobs While Providing Clean Energy EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – October 6, 2017 – National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day raises awareness on the benefits fuel cells and hydrogen technologies provide in generating reliable and resilient power, improving the environment by reducing nitrogen oxide…