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Air Products fuel in CA now below US$10/Kg

Technical advancements and a reported increase in service users pushes H2 prices down Air Products announced that it has achieved a pricing milestone at several California fueling stations, which are now offering hydrogen to fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) customers at under US$10 per kilogram. Advancements in fueling technology, and …

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True Zero hydrogen network fuels more than 3.7 million miles in 2016

True Zero Filling Station

The company says that its California filling stations serve around 1,200 vehicles California-based hydrogen refuelling firm True Zero claims to have supplied over 3.7 million miles worth of hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) in 2016. What is more, it claims to have eliminated over 2.3 million pounds of greenhouse …

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Nikola Motor Company unveils fuel cell electric truck

The Nikola One, unveiled on December 1.

Utah-based startup reveals first public prototype of Nikola One Class 8 Last week, Nikola Motor Company unveiled the prototype of the Nikola One Class 8 electric truck. The long-range fuel cell vehicle (FCV) got its first public display at the firm’s Salt Lake City headquarters, making good on the company’s …

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Toyota to test new hydrogen fuel cells in California next year

Toyota Mirai

Japanese automaker will trial the technology in heavy and long-range vehicles Toyota announced last week at the Los Angeles Auto Show that it would be testing its hydrogen fuel cells in California next year. Specifically, the company will be testing the technology in heavy vehicles such as semi trucks in …

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UK steps up plans for zero transport emissions by 2040

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Two new proposals under UK government’s Modern Transport Bill set to give better incentives to EV users Parliament announced this week that it was considering additional measures made to the Modern Transport Bill by the Department for Transport. The move is crucial if the UK wants to achieve electric-only registrations …

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Air Products signs NICE MOU for hydrogen refuelling in China

AP and NICE representatives sign the MOU, October 13.

Air Products and Beijing-based clean energy institute to explore hydrogen refuelling infrastructure Air Products and the National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy (NICE) announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that outlays a collaborative effort to potentially work together on hydrogen fuelling projects in China. The MOU was signed …

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Air Liquide announces new US hydrogen fuelling stations

Air Liquide has announced the locations of four hydrogen fueling stations planned for the northeastern region of the United States. The stations will be open to the public, providing consumers in the region with the infrastructure required for zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). The stations are the first …

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Toyota Mirai to launch in Sweden and Norway

Toyota is keen to impress that the Mirai FCV is well equipped to handle Nordic  conditions.

Starting this summer, both Sweden and Norway will receive deliveries of the Toyota Mirai, the company’s flagship hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV). It follows the model’s other European debuts in the UK, Germany and Denmark in 2015, and Belgium in early 2016. The Netherlands will also follow later this year. …

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Hyundai Debuts EV & Hydrogen “Fusion” Station (Inside EVs)

Hyundai has announced the completion of something it calls a “Fusion” station, the blending of two (up to 4 soon) relatively new alternate fuel technologies into one location for public consumption. Specifically, a station equipped to refuel both a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle and the more common plug-in electric vehicle. Construction on the …

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The Case for High MPGe Hydrogen FCEVs and Clustered H2 Stations (Hydrogen Cars Now)

Kevin Kantola attempts to two viable solutions to the expense of expanding hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for FCEVs. The first is to build hydrogen powered cars with a high MPGE as according to the Huffington Post, the average new vehicle mpg in 2014 was 24.1. According to FuelEconomy.gov the Mirai receives …

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