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Honda FCX Receives $12,000 Tax Credit From IRS

The Honda FCX hydrogen-powered fuel cell auto is receiving a $12,000 tax credit from the Internal Revenue Service. The Honda FCX has been designated to receive this credit under the Qualified Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Credit, which is part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The Honda FCX is …

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NASA Tests the BMW Hydrogen 7

Yesterday, I had the fortune to talk with BMW spokesman Andreas Klugescheid about the 8-week testing program of the BMW Hydrogen 7 by NASA officials. According to Mr. Klugescheid, NASA officials from upper management to mid-level employees were afforded the ability to drive one of the four BMW Hydrogen 7’s …

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Iceland SMART-H2 Project Moving Forward

The SMART-H2 (Sustainable Marine and Road Transport, Hydrogen in Iceland) is moving forward in the next phase of the project. Iceland has previously declared its goal of becoming the world’s first hydrogen society. Currently, several hydrogen buses and autos are running in Reykjavik and refuelling at a Shell Hydrogen station. …

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H-Prize Fights and Wins Round Two

On June 6, 2007, Chicago Congressman Dan Lipinski got the bill he had sponsored, the H-Prize Act of 2007, through the U. S. House of representatives with a vote of 408-8. The H-Prize act encourages research and development on hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels by awarding prizes between …

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Roads2HyCom Roadmap Outlined in Workshop

Roads2HyCom is a European funded project set up to outline a roadmap for a future hydrogen transportation system. Besides fostering research and development projects, Roads2HyCom is also interested in promoting public awareness about hydrogen. According to Roads2HyCom, “The EU-funded project Roads2HyCom is trying to address these issues. It assesses and …

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New York Hydrogen Expo Shows Off Cars

Last week, on July 30, the New York Hydrogen Expo had a Ride & Drive event where everyone who wanted to could drive several hydrogen autos. The New York Hydrogen Expo was part of the 2nd Annual New Energy Symposium sponsored by New Energy New York. Over 450 attendees took …

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Green Monster Hydrogen Car Hits Hawaii

When people think of the Green Monster, images of Fenway Park’s 37-foot wall in left field come to mind. But, students in Hawaii hit their own home run with their own homegrown Green Monster, a hydrogen raceauto about the size of a loaf of bread. Recent high school graduates at …

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GEM Won’t Let Hydrogen Go to Waste

GEM (General Environmental Management,) won’t let hydrogen go to waste or put another way, will let waste go to hydrogen. GEM located in Pomona, California, is a leader in the removal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste in the Western United States. GEM along with the Institute for Clean Energy Technology …

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