California figures that if it builds hydrogen fuel cell vehicle fueling stations, the vehicle manufacturers – and the buyers – will come.
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.
Hydrogen cars are reportedly on their way, but with just 27 fuel stations added in 2012, the infrastructure situation looks kind of grim.
A demonstration project in Germany is using photovoltaics to offset the power needed to produce hydrogen for a fuel-cell vehicle charging station.
Hempstead, N.Y., installs a 100-kilowatt wind turbine to run an electrolyzer to generate hydrogen for the Long Island town’s fueling station.
Honda recently announced the U.K.’s first open access hydrogen vehicle refueling station has been opened at its manufacturing plant in the town of Swindon.
Proton OnSite will deliver a hydrogen generator to the historic Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) facility outside Honolulu, Hawaii.
Tom Sullivan, the man who built Lumber Liquidators, envisions an “East Coast Hydrogen Highway,” and has already opened a fueling station in Connecticut.