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Welcome to the Hydrogen Tools Portal!  The Portal brings together and enhances the utility of a variety of tools and web-based content on the safety aspects of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.  It is intended to help inform those tasked with designing, approving, or using systems and facilities, as well as those responding to incidents.  We will be adding more resources and tools in the future and welcome your feedback on how to improve the site - please let us know if you have comments or a suggestion for additional content.

News

Royal Caribbean to Test Fuel Cell on High-End Newbuild
Nov 8 2017
Canadian technology firm Ballard Power Systems has delivered the world's first fuel cell power supply for a luxury cruise ship. ABB will integrate the fuel cell...
Continued Strength and Progress Are Findings in New DOE Report on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
Oct 13 2017
Findings of this year’s Fuel Cell Technologies Market Report position stationary power, backup power, and material handling equipment as some of the largest markets and...
Hawaii Is Building Its First Public Hydrogen Vehicle Fueling Station
Aug 4 2017
Honolulu-based Servco Pacific is building the station which it plans to complete it in early 2018.
Optimizing hydrogen-powered passenger ferries focus of Sandia Labs study
Jul 14 2017
Maritime transportation has emerged as one solution to the traffic gridlock that plagues coastal cities. But with urban passenger ferries operating in sensitive...
July CCPS Process Safety Beacon
Jul 3 2017
Focusing on management of change...

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1 month 3 weeks ago
An audible fire alarm horn sounded on a weekday afternoon at an outdoor hydrogen fueling station. However, no associated alarm signals were received at the fueling station, local host facility, or...
6 months 3 days ago
An understanding of the properties of hydrogen is critical for the proper design of a facility or workspace. A workspace can be configured to mitigate hazards by understanding and taking advantage of...
6 months 3 days ago
Depending on the amount of hydrogen that is expected to exist in a workspace, the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) requires certain types of electrical equipment to be used.Electrical equipment...

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