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Sandia Labs Partnering with Red and White Fleet to Develop H2 Fuel Cell Passenger Ferry (Green Car Congress)

Sandia National Laboratories and San Francisco’s Red and White Fleet are partnering in a project—SF-BREEZE (San Francisco Bay Renewable Energy Electric vessel with Zero Emissions)—to develop a high-speed, hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered passenger ferry and refuelling station. The hydrogen refuelling station is planned to be the largest in the world and serve fuel cell …

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US to Speed Expansion of Hydrogen Fuel Cells (Hydrogen Fuel News)

Sandia National Laboratories and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory aim to help alleviate the problems caused by the lack of hydrogen infrastructure.  The two organizations have developed the Hydrogen Station Equipment Performance (HyStEP) device. By lowering the time to commission hydrogen fuel stations, many more of these stations are expected to …

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Toyota Opens Temporary Hydrogen Fuel Stations In California (Hybrid Cars)

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To compensate for the lack of hydrogen refueling stations open in California, Toyota is establishing temporary stations to service its new Mirai fuel cell sedan. Toyota will be setting up trailers from Air Products & Chemicals Inc. as the mobile refueling stations, placing them at all eight dealerships authorized to …

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Regulations Frustrating Japanese Hydrogen Ambitions (Hydrogen Fuel News)

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Japan has recently been making a large push towards advancing its hydrogen infrastructure in the country, with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calling fuel cell vehicles “the ultimate eco car.”  However auto-giant Honda has found the lengthy regulation process frustratingly slow.  With little progress made in the last three years …

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Hydrexia and HyGear Partner for Hydrogen Distribution (Green Car Congress)

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The Australian based hydrogen distribution and storage company and the Dutch supplier of on-site generation systems plan to supply hydrogen in Europe. The agreement will facilitate development and supply of a complete hydrogen generation, storage and distribution system which should result in lower costs for consumers.  Hydrexia plans to enter …

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Push For Hydrogen Infrastructure in Germany (Green Car Congress)

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Six industrial companies in Germany have formed a cross-sector joint venture, H2 Mobility Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, to support the expansion of hydrogen filling stations in Germany. The company, formed by Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell and Total, plans to bring the total number of hydrogen stations in Germany to …

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