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Wednesday 17 February, 2016
Red Bridge Event
Participation of Redbridge Event
Water Fuel introduced at London Annual Vehicle Compliance Event

When Redbridge hosted their prestigious annual event on 17th March, delegates were keen to see the WFE HydroGentm in action.

The compact unit houses an innovative electrolyser, which can be retro-fitted to any Council vehicle to reduce emissions and to reduce fuel consumption.

The event, held each year at Redbridge Council’s Ilford depot, showcased a range of low carbon vehicles, including many electric vehicles, but fleet managers were united in agreeing that while electric fuel cells will work for cars and vans, heavier trucks like refuse vehicles and road sweepers will continue to need traditional fossil fuel for the foreseeable future.

WFE’s ‘Autonomous Electrolyser’ is, therefore, the perfect solution; cleaning the carbon fuel and helping it to combust more effectively.

Road trials will take place in June and Councils is being invited to participate so they can see the benefits at first hand.


Tuesday 16 February, 2016
Phil Davies
Power Electronics Event in Nottingham University
Water Fuel Engineering were one of a range of innovators, invited to speak at the Power Electronics event on 26th February at Nottingham University.

Delegates were keen to question the former  WFE engineer Dragomir Ivanov about the complexity of our patented electronic control system which has revolutionised hydrogen technology.

Instead of a constant DC power source, the control system delivers finely regulated pulses to increase the rate at which gas is released from the electrolyte. The difference is the ability to deliver enough gas to make a difference in conventional internal combustion engines, where diesel (or other fuels) can be burned more quickly and their energy released more effectively.

The Event heard from GKN about their GyroDrive and from Cummins about their long-term plans for alternative fuel engines.

But automotive engineers were particularly impressed that the WFE autonomous electrolyser had restored the role of Hydrogen in the quest for cleaner emissions.


Tuesday 29 December, 2015
Bulgarian Hydrogen Society Exhibition
Participation of Bulgarian Hydrogen Society Exhibition Yull Brown
Water Fuel Engineering has started cooperation with the Bulgarian Hydrogen Society. This is a nationwide society, aiming at implementing green energy practices in Bulgaria through rapidly adopting modern hydrogen technologies.

The Strategic partners are The Bulgarian Ministry of Defense, NATO – defense technologies, Ministry of Economy and Energy, Institute for Hydrogen technologies, Sofia University, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, University of mining and Geology, Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy Systems, Ecoproekt, Voda BG, Water Fuel Engineering Bulgaria. Thanks to the close cooperation of Water Fuel Engineering with the Bulgarian Hydrogen Society, it was possible to exhibit the work and the accomplishments of the discoverer of the Braun gas – Ilia Valkov with the title “Maintaining the accomplishments of Ilia Valkov /Yull Brown/”, presented at the Polytechnical Museum in Sofia. The laboratory equipment, presented in the exhibition, was restored under the guidance of the executive director of Bulgarian Hydrogen Society, prof. eng. Tsveti Tsvetkov. The restoration was done by eng. Dragomir Ivanov – former Principal at Water Fuel Engineering. For his collaboration, he was awarded a certificate and the company was invited to become a member of the Bulgarian Hydrogen Society.

 


Tuesday 30 June, 2015
Hannover Messe Exhibition
Hannover Messe Exhibition
On April 2014,during the Hannover Messe Exhibition, Water Fuel Engineering demonstrated the prototype of the Electrolyser for the first time.

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