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Hydrogen Fueling Station for Show Me State

The Show Me State is saying, “Show me the hydrogen!” The University of Missouri-Rolla (UMR) has already received a couple of hydrogen-powered Ford E-450 shuttle buses and is using them to transport students around campus. They are currently using a portable hydrogen fueling station to refuel the shuttles. Beginning next …

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Honda Puyo Is No Cujo

The Honda Puyo that will be promoted at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show is a friendly little fuel cell device that the automaker is calling a pet. The Puyo is no Cujo, however, and is more like a Nano in regard to its compact size and warmth. The Honda Puyo …

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What If Hydrogen Cars Are Not the Answer?

Of course as a hydrogen auto advocate, I do believe that hydrogen autos are the answer (or at least one of the answers) to reducing emissions and dependence upon foreign fossil fuels. But, sometimes, I also find it useful to play Devil’s Advocate and so I found an interesting poll …

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California Schools Drop Hydrogen Fueling Stations

On July 24, 2006, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved two schools, San Diego Unified School District and California State University, Los Angeles to develop and install two different hydrogen fueling stations on their campuses for educational purposes. After spending $50,000 to research and develop the project, the Thurgood …

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Mazda Premacy Hydrogen RE Minivan Lease Deal

Mazda is once again showing off their Premacy Hydrogen RE minivan ahead of the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show this month. The Mazda Premacy Hydrogen RE will now be offered for lease to corporate customers in Japan for around $3,500 per month. The Premacy Hydrogen is a dual fuel vehicle capable …

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HyPod Hydrogen Homes Heralded by Savvy Scots

The Hydrogen Production Unit (HyPod) of the PURE Energy Centre in conjunction with Fuel Cell Scotland is creating a development of off-grid hydrogen homes in Unst, Shetland Islands. Last year I had talked about how PURE was developing a wind farm project on Unst, Scotland to turn wind energy into …

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Welcome to Wal-Mart, Would You Like A Fuel Cell?

Well, you know when something is coming of age and becoming popular when it moves into the Wal-Mart chain of retail stores. Fuel cells are doing just that. But, they are not for sale yet. Wal-Mart has just finished successfully testing several fuel cell powered pallet trucks in one of …

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