May 23, 2017 - Mobile Signals are crystal clear for Horizon as cellular players latch onto Fuel Cell systems

 

Now well established in the 3-5kW space, expect to see higher power backup power systems from Horizon in the near future

 

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE, May 23, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Singapore, 23 May, 2017: Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies is responding to increased demand from multiple countries for clean, long-duration backup power for telecommunications asset owners. The latest validation of Horizon equipment sees significant sales into China and the Philippines, with more than 150 fuel cell systems destined for cellular network operators in the coming six months.

March 27, 2017 - Horizon accelerates in the transport sector with 30KW project.

 

Established PEM Fuel Cell player bringing higher-power systems to market in purpose-built high capacity production facility in China.

 

Shanghai and Rugao, China, 27 March 2017-Horiozn Fuel Cell Technologies (Horiozn) has made its intentions clear by establishing a new Joint Venture in China, aiming to capture building momentum for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) in the Chinese market.

March 13, 2017 - Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies announces 200Kw Fuel Cell project in South Korea, in partnership with Ulsan Technopark.

UTP in Korea to work with Horizon to deliver Stage 1 towards their vision for clean hydrogen power from waste hydrogen streams, improving energy independence and capturing great environmental benefits.

 

Shanghai, China and Ulsan, South Kore, 13 March, 2016: Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies has been chosen as the Fuel Cell supplier for the first stage of the ambitious UTP project aiming to achieve 1MW of electricity generation using waste hydrogen available in the progressive industrial city of Ulsan.

February 7, 2017 - Horizon’s air-cooled fuel cells power electric buses around the world.

Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies is changing the game in Fuel Cell range extenders for electric vehicles, making Fuel Cell systems simpler and more affordable

 

Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies (Horizon) has provided a Fuel Cell range-extender solution for a Dutch company demonstrating the potential for hydrogen in clean transport in northern Europe, just months after powering fuel cell buses for the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil.

 

Seeking a practical, cost-effective Fuel Cell for their hydrogen demonstrator, Holthausen Waterstof-Centrum chose to work with Horizon on their “hydrogen bus” project.

 

Holthausen Waterstof-Centrum have also integrated fuel cells into canal tour boats in the northern Netherlands, bringing a strong element of sustainability to the historic canal boats. The Holthausen family are avid believers in hydrogen, and have been close observers of Horizon’s activities in fuel cell stacks.

May 30 , 2016 - Press Release-Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies build on successful field trials of Methanol Reformer Fuel Cell systems to announce 5Kw and 7.5Kw systems designed for long duration backup power.

Better fuel efficiency and lower power consumption during standby, compared with established fuel cell system – benefits you wouldn’t want to live without.

 

Singapore,30 May, 2016: Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies has made a move up the power curve for the company’s methanol reformer technology, staking a claim by announcing both 5kW and 7.5Kw versions of the company’s Methanol Fuel Cell (MFC) system launched in 2015 at CommunicAsia right here in Singapore.

September , 2015 - Press Release-Huge Value from a Tiny Fuel Cell Power Pack

Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies has announced a new breakthrough fuel cell technology now able to produce electricity at prices approaching grid electricity cost.

The new MFC Mini 50 from Horizon is so efficient it can produce nearly 1000Wh of electrical energy with just one liter of diluted fuel. The inexpensive fuel comprised of water and industrial methanol, costs less than 30 cents per liter in large volumes. In term of operating cost, the MFC-Mini produces electricity at around 30 cents per kWh.

SEPTEMBER 26 , 2013 - Small steps to a hydrogen powered climate solution-ROBERT GOTTLIEBSEN

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) is going to spark a new approach to research on lowering non-carbon energy costs.

And what has happened in fuel cells and hydrogen may be a global and Australian model.

In Australia, the removal of the Gillard/Rudd governments mean that in Australia, we can start to use our brains instead of being alone in the world in being lumbered with a high carbon tax.

June 5, 2013 - Successful UK road tests of a first Horizon fuel cell powered vehicle, 100 miles driven so far. 

 

London & Singapore — June 5, 2013  - UK on-road trials of the first AUTOPAK fuel cell system installed in a vehicle are now in progress, and have so far accumulated 100 miles in a broad range of road, traffic and weather conditions.



The new power module is enabled by next generation hydrogen fuel cells from Horizon, and designed into a system for automotive use by London-based Arcola Energy. The first unit is installed in UK’s Microcab lightweight fuel cell vehicle developed in partnership with Coventry University.

The Microcab vehicle will be the first in the European Union Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint-Undertaking funded SWARM project (Small 4-Wheel fuel cell passenger vehicle Applications in Regional and Municipal transport) which will see a total rollout of 90 trial vehicles over the next 3 years, to gather data on vehicle usage patterns as well as their hydrogen refilling stations.



The Horizon AUTOPAK enabled vehicle will be demonstrated to the public and to fleet vehicle buyers at the 'Company Car in Action' event to be held at Millbrook on 11-12 June 2013. Millbrook is one of Europe's leading vehicle test and development centres with a history of proving innovative British automotive technology.

May 9, 2013 - 1st samples available for NEW Smartphone controlled i-H2GO solar hydrogen miniature

After 2 years of development, and a legacy of award-winning innovation in the model RC car department, Horizon's latest product will surpass them all. The handset controls remove the need for disposable batteries typically powering remote controls, and hydrogen production is now made easier with new USB charging capability.

The car itself is pretty high-tech, even by Horizon standards...it offers a hybrid hydrogen power system with bluetooth control, Android as well as iOS systems with free downloadable apps.



The car will take 2 minutes to charge and will run for up to 5 minutes. It will run faster than any of Horizon's other miniatures, and the controls are nothing short of spectacular. Cruise control, visually interactive toggles for acceleration and amazing gyro steering using the phone's inner gyroscope....This means you hold the phone like a steering wheel, and control the car from turning the virtual steering wheel side to side as you would a real car.



Horizon's new i-H2GO start shipping this month and aim to debut sales during the coming fall and winter of 2013. 

May 5, 2013 - French Minister of Transport hands innovation prize / HOrizon's H-CELL powers car for 212 km

The remote control car, which runs on hydrogen and a Horizon Fuel Cell did 2,357 laps — that’s 212.1 km — during the 2013 Saint JO 24-hour race (May 3-4, 2013).

Click here to view the full report of the event produced by the teachers and leaders of the program in France. (document is in english).

Mr. Frédéric CUVILLIER, French Minister of Transportation, Sea and Fishing, handed out the trophy cup specially made for this challenge, which was to keep a hydrogen-powered car using rain water, with hydrolysis done by solar panels, working under competitive conditions for 24 hours non-stop. Participating students made very interesting measurements, in particular pertaining to the increase in the duration of accumulators thanks to the fuel cell.



The Saint JO 24-hour race involves remote control cars and is based on the world-famous Le Mans 24-hour race on 1/10th the scale. It has been carried out for 13 years by the French Lycée Saint JO.



“The idea behind the race is to motivate our students in their training,” Daniel Kern and Thierry Maison told La Voix du Nord. They are engineering teachers at Saint-Jo and the co-organizers of the 24-hour race. “No more throwaway parts that serve no purpose. Now we have a full-fledged project that entails creating remote-control cars and a race track. From sketching the parts beforehand to assembly and testing, everything is done by the students, who are all high-school level and studying general subjects and the sciences, not to mention industrial technologies and sustainable development. The materials uses are the same as those used in the world of Formula 1 racing — carbon, aluminum, etc.”



Read more : www.lavoixdunord.fr/region/saint-martin-boulogne-cette-annee-un-defi-epice-les-24-ia31b49077n1222959

July 20, 2010 Hydrogen Sailboat 2KW Power System Tested  

First successful test of the 2 KW Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Sailboat

 

First test run of the Horizon H2000 2 Kw hydrogen fuel cell in the 6 meter (20 ft.) hybrid drive sailboat. The electric motor (Minn Kota RT202/EM 2HP) is mounted on the cavitation plate of the old Evinrude gas outboard. The H2000 is ideally suited to power a 36 VDC battery bank power system. The system is easily installed with a few off the shelf parts and is very quite during operation. This is the third fuel cell system that we have used in the boat and I am very pleased and impressed. I have the best of both worlds, a totally environmental friendly unit and when needed the use of a gas based system at the flick of a switch.

 

For more information, see the accompanying video: YouTube Video of Outboard Motor System