The Tucson ix Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle–now boasting a range equivalent to that of a gas-powered car–has completed development and is ready for testing.
The Chinese government announced the launch of a new hydrogen fuel-cell powered light-rail featuring an innovative permanent-magnet synchronous motor.
Controversial Blacklight Power says new research backs its claim to be able to produce incredibly cheap electricity from the conversion of hydrogen to hydrinos.
The UniCab concept design taxi utilizes solar, hydrogen, and regenerative braking as well as plug-in charging to provide juice for the all-electric New York City “Taxi of Tomorrow.”
GM is going Aloha with its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle program as it looks to set up a pilot program with this technology on the island of Oahu in conjunction with The Gas Company.
McPhy Energy has partnered with CEA Liten to research and test hydrogen storage tanks with capacities of 15 kilograms, which aim to eliminate significant electrical peak usage.
A team of researchers at MIT has found a way to produce hydrogen out of water with solar energy (the way plants do) by using a harmless modified virus to assemble nanoscale components.