Hydrogen – Fuel Cell Technology, Infrastructure

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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.

Photo of 2016 Mirai courtesy of Toyota.

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Toyota Collaborates on Hydrogen Power in UAE

Toyota has agreed to collaborate with Masdar, a city located in the United Arab Emirates, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Air Liquide, and Toyota distributor Al-Futtaim Motors for the creation of a sustainable, low-carbon society.

Photo of hydrogen fueling station by Thi Dao.

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Hydrogen Stations to Reach 5,000 by 2032

Almost five thousand hydrogen fueling stations will be deployed globally by 2032, according to a report published by Information Trends, a market research company based in Washington.

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True Zero to Post Analysis Labels at Hydrogen Fueling Stations

Sometime this year, as a way of showing car owners and others how driving hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles helps the environment, True Zero will be posting Analysis Labels at its hydrogen charging stations.

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Shell, Automakers Invest $10.7B in Hydrogen

Royal Dutch Shell, Toyota Motor Corp. and four other automakers will invest 10 billion euros ($10.7 billion) to accelerate hydrogen fuel in the coming years to combat climate change, the companies announced Jan. 18.

During the Nikola One unveiling last week, Trevor Milton, Nikola Motor's founder and CEO, announced that Thompson Machinery would be a distributor for the hydrogen-electric tractor. Photo: Tom Berg

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Nikola Vehicles to Replace Cat Trucks for Thompson Machinery

Investment to support Cat's discontinued on/off-road trucks can be shifted to Nikola's hydrogen-electric vehicles when they become available.

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Daycabs, Vocational Trucks Are Priorities for Nikola

A daycab version of Nikola Motor Co.’s hydrogen-electric heavy-duty tractor will probably be the first one to enter production, said the firm’s founder and CEO, Trevor Milton.

A wrap was removed and the Nikola One prototype revolved before the enthusiastic audience at the Dec. 1 unveiling. Liquified hydrogen is stored in bottles behind the long sleeper-cab. Photos: Tom Berg

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Nikola One Fuel Cell Electric Truck Promises High Fuel Economy, Low Maintenance

If enthusiasm ensures success, Nikola One, the fuel cell-electric long-haul tractor unveiled Thursday night in Salt Lake City, is a sure thing. It promises low maintenance and high fuel economy, but production is still a ways away.

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