Hydrogen – Fuel Cell Technology, Infrastructure

Photo courtesy of UPS.

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UPS to Deploy Hydrogen Fuel Cell Truck in California

UPS will begin using a medium-duty delivery truck that uses gaseous hydrogen to power an electric battery and motor in Sacramento, California, with an eye toward expanding use of the alternative fuel after a successful test.

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Kenworth Developing Hydrogen Fuel Cell T680

Kenworth announced that it is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell version of the T680 day cab for drayage tractor operation at Southern California ports.

Photo of GV80 concept courtesy of Genesis.

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Genesis Shows GV80 Luxury SUV Concept

Genesis has provided an early look at its first luxury SUV with the GV80 concept that was shown at the New York International Auto Show, as the nascent luxury brand seeks to expand beyond a slate of sedans.

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Toyota Investing in A.I. to Develop Zero-Emissions Tech

The Toyota Research Institute will invest $35 million in artificial intelligence and machine learning to speed up the development of advanced battery materials and fuel cell catalysts to power future zero-emissions and carbon-neutral vehicles.

South Korea's first hydrogen carsharing program will be launched in the city of Gwangju. Photo via Wikimedia/Steve46814

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South Korea Launches First Hydrogen Carsharing Program

The city of Gwangju plans to offer South Korea’s first hydrogen carsharing program. There will be 15 hydrogen vehicles available as well as 27 all-electric vehicles.

Photo courtesy of Hyundai.

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Hyundai Shows Next-Gen Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai unveiled its FE fuel cell concept vehicle at the Geneva auto show that it said is the next step toward a hydrogen-fueled society, the automaker announced.

Haq (left) and Kosaka

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GM, Honda Name Leaders of Fuel Cell Venture

A General Motors executive with operational expertise and a Honda executive who oversaw four assembly plants will lead a new joint venture to develop hydrogen fuel cell propulsion systems, the companies have announced.

Photo courtesy of Toyota.

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California Awards $33M for Hydrogen Stations

The California Energy Commission has awarded $33 million to Shell, FirstElement Fuel, and Air Liquide to construct 16 hydrogen fueling stations in California.

Photo of Toyota Mirai courtesy of Toyota.

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Toyota Recalls Mirai for Voltage Problem

The global recall covers about 2,840 vehicles -– all the Mirai cars on the road today.

Photo of GM's Brownstown plant that will house the fuel cell partnership's operations courtesy of GM.

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GM, Honda to Jointly Build Fuel Cell Systems

General Motors and Honda will develop a hydrogen fuel cell system under a $170-million manufacturing partnership that's expected to begin producing the systems for future vehicles by 2020, the companies announced.

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