Mercedes-Benz is expanding fuel cell vehicles in the form of a fleet of new forklift trucks at its manufacturing operations in Alabama.
Toyota announces a sporty Yaris Hybrid concept study to be unveiled in Germany next month, alongside word of perhaps something new on the fuel cell front.
Hyundai, through a state grant to a third party company, will be getting a modernized fuel cell vehicle refueling station in California which will be open to the public.
Hyundai offers up some of its fuel cell vehicles to an ambitious project in London that’s studying how to develop and deploy this alternative fuel technology.
Acal Energy says it has developed the uber-hydrogen fuel cell which could allow for the equivalent of at least 10,000 hours, or 300,000 miles, of runtime.
GM and Honda team up on fuel cell vehicle technologies, with a goal of commercially feasible fuel cell and hydrogen storage in a 2020 time frame.
Efforts underway at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are contributing to rapid progress in the research, development and testing of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
Mercedes-Benz is running two hydrogen fuel cell hybrid buses on a German university campus as the deployment of low carbon mass transit continues.
In a single year, a wind turbine in Hempstead, N.Y., provided $40,000 in clean energy for use to produce hydrogen fuel for cars.
Hyundai delivers its first assembly line-produced ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle to the City of Copenhagen in Denmark as it aims to be a leader in this market segment.