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.
Hydrogen fuel cell powered bicycles could be one step closer to reality thanks to a collection of French companies working to bring one to market by 2016.
Audi reportedly may start testing a fuel-cell-powered A7 at the end of August.
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory recently announced its results in using liquid hydrogen to power its Tiger Ion Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle.
If fuel-cell vehicles are ever going to get anywhere, they’ll need places to fuel up, and the public-private H2USA initiative is aimed at developing the infrastructure.
Hydrogen cars are reportedly on their way, but with just 27 fuel stations added in 2012, the infrastructure situation looks kind of grim.