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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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Hyundai brand debuts luxury hydrogen plug-in concept in the Big Apple

GV80 FUEL CELL CONCEPT
Source: Genesis USA

Genesis, the luxury high end brand from Hyundai Motors, revealed its first hydrogen fuel-cell plug-in concept SUV at the New York International Auto Show earlier this week. It is abundantly clear from this latest unveiling that aesthetic design is fundamental to the creation of Genesis’ GV80 Concept SUV, and is …

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Liquid hydrogen could support sustainable air travel

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Leiden University Professor argues that hydrogen-powered flight could be a viable route decarbonising transport Transport makes up around 20% of global energy use around the world, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). As governments and industry look to more sustainable solutions, a new study published by physicist Jo Hermans …

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US launches first alternative fuel corridors

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Highway Administration plans identify 48 routes with EV charging infrastructure Although somewhat lost amidst the spectacle of a particularly tumultuous election, the Obama administration recently unveiled another step towards creating a national charging network for EVs. On November 3, the Federal Highway Administration announced plans for the US’ 21st Century …

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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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