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Giugiaro Vadho Concept Debuts at 2007 Geneva Motor Show

The Giugiaro Vadho concept, a hydrogen fuel cell auto that is in the design stages only, will debut at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. Though just a computer rendition of a hydrogen auto, the Giugiaro Vadho, conceptualized in Turin, Italy, shows off the design capabilities and flexibility possible when one …

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100 Hydrogen Generators Ship to Taiwan

Harvest Energy Technology (HET) of Sun Valley, California has received a contract from the Chinese Petroleum Corporation of Taiwan to deliver 100 Nm3/h hydrogen generators. The generators use methane steam reforming technology to extract the hydrogen. The hydrogen will be used for fuel in the development of fuel cell technology …

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Building the Hydrogen Economy Workshop in Detroit, Michigan

There is a “Building the Hydrogen Economy Workshop” scheduled for April 2 – 4, 2007 in Detroit, Michigan. The workshop is being sponsored by International Energy Agency (IEA) and the International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy (IPHE). The goals of the workshop are to gather together public and private sector …

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Cherry-Red Hydrogen Mustang Boosts Gas Mileage

There is a cherry-red Ford Mustang that has been making the rounds that is equipped with a hydrogen injection system that helps the auto burn fuel more efficiently and boost gas mileage. The invention of this hydrogen injection system is Larocque, Jean-Louis who holds the U. S. patent 6311648 for …

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Buzz Aldrin Moonwalks Onto Neah Board, Backs Fuel Cells

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, best known for his 1969 moonwalk with Neil Armstrong (not Michael Jackson) has been named to the board of directors of Neah Power Systems, Inc. Neah is a leader in micro fuel cell technology for portable devices. Buzz Aldrin is no stranger to fuel cells, either. …

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Nissan X-Trail FCV Part of Chauffer-Driven Fleet

A Nissan X-Trail FCV has been delivered to Kanagawa Toshi Kotsu Ltd., in Japan to be part of their hydrogen fuel cell powered chauffer-driven fleet. According to Nissan, this is the first time a fuel cell vehicle has been used on a for hired-auto basis. This bold move is another …

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Peugeot Flux Concept Hydrogen Wins Design Competition

Mihai Panaitescu, from Turin, Italy won the Peugeot Design Contest 2007 with his computer-generated model of the new Peugeot Flux hydrogen-powered automobile. The 20-year-old Romanian student is the youngest ever to win the contest. The word “Flux” refers to the daily ebb and flows of our complicated lives. The purpose …

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Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Companies Offer Stock Opportunities

Some investors like living on the leading edge of technology and the stock market. Others, like me, have been sliced and diced on the bleeding edge, still trying to recover from a worthless eTrade portfolio from the great tech stock Bubble Burst a few years back. Nonetheless, for those who …

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Solar Technology Breakthroughs Key to Hydrogen Economy

I’ve said it before that breakthroughs in solar photovoltaic (PV) technology may just be key to the developing of a hydrogen infrastructure and economy. If solar panels can be produced cheaply enough to compete with energy supplied by fossil fuels, then the Solar Revolution may just spark a Hydrogen Revolution …

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