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Nikola and Nel to power up 16 US hydrogen filling stations

Nikola Two Class-8 truck

16 Nikola stations could produce up to 32 tons per day each, supplying a 2,000 mile trucking network While Tesla powers ahead with its all-battery Semi, rival truck maker Nikola Motor is picking up pace on the development of infrastructure to support its hybrid hydrogen-battery truck. Following the announcement of …

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Daimler, Shell and Linde launch Bremen’s first hydrogen filling station

Daimler, Shell and Linde inaugurated Bremen’s first hydrogen filling station.

Drivers of fuel-cell cars now have a refuelling option on the route between Hamburg and North Rhine-Westphalia. The new site at Osterholzer Heerstraße 222 is located directly on the Sebaldsbrück motorway exit and the Bremen interchange, and is also near the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen, one of Daimler AG’s largest …

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Shell, Honda, Toyota open new hydrogen infrastructure in California

Shell Service Station

The California Energy Commission has approved seven hydrogen stations and grants US$16 million award. Seven new hydrogen refuelling stations will be built in California, collaboration with Honda and Toyota, who will provide financial support, at three Shell-branded retail stations in the city of San Francisco, and one in each of Berkeley, …

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Toyota, TEQ look at hydrogen in Quebec

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne / Toyota Mirai test drive in 2016

Toyota Canada and Transition Énergétique Québec (TEQ) discuss MOU for hydrogen infrastructure. “We’re happy to be working with Transition Énergétique Québec to determine the requirements for the introduction of hydrogen infrastructure,” said Stephen Beatty, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc. “Our ultimate goal is to offer hydrogen fuel cell technology to …

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Japan to ease regulations on costly hydrogen re-fuelling stations

Toyota Hydrogen Station concept
Source: Toyota

Nikkei Asian Review has reported that the government of Japan will be easing regulations upon the country’s hydrogen re-fuelling stations. The move comes as Japan tries to drive the uptake of zero and low emission vehicles. The news would build on the government’s ‘hydrogen road map’, which it announced in 2013, …

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Daimler, Linde and TOTAL unite in hydrogen electromobility

September 2017 - New hydrogen filling station in Karlsruhe. The station will be operated by H2 MOBILITY, a new joint venture formed by the industry partners Daimler, Air Liquide, Linde, Shell, OMV and TOTAL in order to expand the nationwide hydrogen network to as many as 400 stations by 2023. f.r.t.l.: Bruno Daude-Lagrave (TOTAL), Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck (Daimler), Nikolas Iwan (H2 Mobility), Andrea Scholz (Wirtschaftsförderung der Stadt Karlsruhe), Thomas Bystry (Shell / Clean Energy Partnership), Andreas Frömmel (Sunfire), Maxime Zeller (EIFER), Mathias Kurras (Linde), Jacques Sacreste (EIFER), Pascal Terrien (EIFER), Philipp Braunsdorf (NOW)

A new hydrogen filling station was commissioned in Karlsruhe using hydrogen produced on-site using solar energy The station will be operated by H2 MOBILITY, a new joint venture formed by the industry partners Daimler, Air Liquide, Linde, Shell, OMV and TOTAL in order to expand the German nationwide hydrogen network …

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South Australia sets off on hydrogen roadmap

Minister Paul Fletcher at the Electric Vehicle Council Launch

A$9 million from the SA state government will support a production facility and bus trial Having lagged behind other markets in terms of EV uptake and infrastructure, Australia seems to be taking greater interest of late. The South Australian Government has announced a A$9 million commitment to implement the first …

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11 companies take on ‘all-Japan’ approach to hydrogen infrastructure

Toyota Hydrogen Station concept
Source: Toyota

Toyota, Nissan, and Honda are among the 11 companies which have agreed to work together to construct large-scale hydrogen stations in Japan. According to Toyota, the move is intended to boost the commercialisation of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles through the development of infrastructure and vehicle production. The companies involved also …

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