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Hyundai to Invest $6.7B in Hydrogen

Hyundai's 2019 Nexo fuel cell vehicle is a central part of the company's hydrogen strategy.

Hyundai Motor Group plans to invest $6.7 billion in hydrogen fuel cell technology and hopes to produce 700,000 fuel cell systems each year by 2030. Hyundai, which owns about 33% of Kia Motor Corp., plans to install 500,000 of those in Hyundai and Kia vehicles.

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Toyota Mirai Adds Safety Tech for 2019

Toyota is adding new safety features to its 2019 Mirai hydrogen fuel cell sedan.

Toyota's Mirai will add a pair of safety packages for the 2019 model year, as the company continues to offer the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle mostly on retail leases to private owners, according to the company.

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Commentary: Is Hydrogen Fuel the Future?

With Nikola launching its first hydrogen fuel cell trucks in just a few years, and passenger car...

With Nikola trucks launching in 2020 and in full production by 2021 and hydrogen fuel stations popping up across the country, hydrogen may become a serious factor for trucking sooner than we think.

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Could Benefit From Ammonia Breakthrough

CSIRO says it recently powered Toyota’s Mirai and Hyundai’s Nexo fuel cell electric vehicles...

In what could be good news for the growth and adoption of hydrogen-fuel-cell-vehicles, an Australian agency says it has developed a way to create hydrogen from ammonia – and ammonia is far easier to store and transport than hydrogen. In fact, Ammonia stores almost twice as much energy as liquid hydrogen.

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Toyota Mirai to Arrive in Hawaii This Month

Toyota's Mirai fuel cell sedan will be offered in Hawaii after its distributor built a hydrogen...

Hawaii's distributor of Toyota, Lexus, and Subaru vehicles has opened the state's first publicly accessible hydrogen fueling station and later this month will begin leasing the Mirai fuel cell vehicle, Toyota has announced.

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Mercedes-Benz Shows Fuel Cell Sprinter Van

Daimler AG's van division is experimenting with a Sprinter van that's powered by a hydrogen fuel...

Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz Vans division showed off a concept Sprinter that delivers power from a hydrogen fuel cell stack to an electric motor that could achieve an effective range of 500 kilometers (310 miles). Executives showed the vehicle to journalists in Hamburg, Germany, on July 3.