Ballard Power announces acquisition of Arcola Energy to help customers integrate fuel cell engines into heavy-duty mobility
Ballard Power Systems, a world leader in the design and manufacturing of PEM fuel cell engines for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, today...
National Composites Centre and Arcola Energy Publish Report on UK Supply Chain Opportunities in Hydrogen Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Analysis of a supply chain survey by the NCC highlights current UK capabilities and potential across key technology areas, including hydrogen...
7000 Students set for Scottish Schools’ Hydrogen Challenge
Scottish Pupils will have the opportunity to test drive the low-carbon fuel and learn more about the importance of green hydrogen in achieving Net...
Arcola to Lead Hydrogen Road Freight Study in Scotland
Study is a collaboration with freight operators to identify the business case for fuel cell technology in the UK's transition to zero-emission...
Transport Minster Graeme Dey Meets the Scottish Hydrogen Train Team
Bo’ness, 6 July, 2021 - Transport Minister, Graeme Dey, MSP, visited Arcola Energy’s rail engineering team working on the Scottish Hydrogen Train...
Angel Trains Partners with Arcola Energy on Hydrogen Train Project
Leading rolling stock asset manager to provide rolling stock expertise and investment in green hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.
Features & Insights
Fuel Cell Maintenance and the “Moving Parts” Fallacy
In the comparison between battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, what maintenance looks like is actually the biggest difference between the technologies. It’s not so much comparing apples and pears; more like apples and iPhones.
Hydrogen is less efficient? Part 5: Monty Python's Policy Circus
At a system level, the efficiency of hydrogen systems has implications for energy policy. But other technologies also have compromises. How do we take account of them?
Hydrogen is less efficient? Part 4: The value of Time
There is so much talk about energy efficiency in the electricity system, but very little about time efficiency. In this post Richard Kemp-Harper discusses the case for hydrogen in the time domain.