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A Glimpse at Tomorrow’s Hydrogen Infrastructure

Tomorrow’s hydrogen infrastructure will not be the same as today’s gasoline infrastructure. The naysayers of hydrogen technology point out how overwhelming it will be to set up a hydrogen infrastructure that models the current gasoline infrastructure and they may be right. Producing hydrogen gas in centralized facilities and then piping, …

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Entrepreneur Builds Hydrogen On Demand Engine

Wired is reporting that an entrepreneur from Tallahassee, Florida Mark Miller has created a small internal combustion engine that runs on hydrogen and electricity. The hydrogen is created on-demand from calcium hydride and water (or spit), which fuels the small motor. The motor is rated at 6.4 horsepower in hydrogen …

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Toyota FCHV Takes Road Trip from Alaska to Canada

At the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show last week, Toyota Vice President Bob Carter announced a successful research experiment. Engineers and others drove a Toyota FCHV from Fairbanks, Alaska to Vancouver, British Columbia. In late September, Toyota had reported that the FCHV had completed a test run between Osaka, Japan …

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Los Angeles Auto Show 2007 Features Hydrogen Cars

Yesterday, I was able to wade through traffic for two hours to make it to the media portion of the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show. Thanks to those particularly on the Honda side (Timothy Cunningham and Chris Naughton) who illuminated me on their newest fuel cell vehicle. If interested, you …

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Honda FCX Clarity Shows a Clear Choice

The long awaited Honda FCX Clarity has now been unveiled at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show. The auto, in fact, looks very similar to the prototype that we’ve been showing off for a while at the bottom of the Honda FCX page. The only deviation in outward appearances are …

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