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Mercedes F-Cell Hybrid Roadster Goes Old School

Mercedes-Benz decided to let company trainees do a mashup of what would happen if you combine a futuristic hydrogen auto with an old school automobile. The result is the F-Cell Hybrid Roadster. Over 150 Daimler AG trainees in Sindelfingen, Germany took turns for about a year in creating this 1.2 …

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Daimler Limited Fuel Cell Car Production in 2009

First, I want to thank Greg Blencoe of Hydrogen Discoveries for pointing out a bit of good news I had previously overlooked. Earlier this year, Daimler’s CEO had made a comment in German automotive magazine “Auto Motor and Sport” that his company would be putting limited production fuel cell autos …

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Roads2Hy Communities Handbook B Released

European hydrogen advocacy entity Roads2Hy.com has released its “Communities Handbook Volume B”. While Volume A focuses on an introduction to hydrogen and fuel cell technology, Volume B takes a closer look at how communities can engage with hydrogen energy. Volume B looks at criteria that are for the public good …

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Formula H Hydrogen Raceauto Update

Sixty students over two years have now completed Australia’s first hydrogen racing auto. This is an update from a story I talked about a month ago where students from Australia and Germany collaborated on this Formula 1 style vehicle with a re-engineered motorcycle engine. Currently the Formula H racer is …

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Formula H Hydrogen Raceauto Goes for Guinness World Record

Australia’s RMIT University and Germany’s Fachhochschule Ingolstadt University have co-developed a “Formula H” raceauto that they intend to attempt a Guinness World Record with next year in Germany. The single seat hydrogen vehicle uses a converted motorcycle motor and is expected to reach around 100 mph in the F1 class. …

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Fuel Cells to Power Denmark’s Emergency Communications

In case of a terrorist attack or other nationwide emergency situation, Denmark wants to be ready with reliable communications. That is why they have turned to the reliability of hydrogen fuel cells to provide such critical power. A couple of weeks ago I had talked about the EFOY fuel cells …

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Fuel Cells to Power Traffic Signals

With hydrogen autos from Honda, GM, BMW and others hitting the roads, what can be more poetic than traffic signals powered by fuel cells? There are many remote traffic signals on the road that don’t have access to the power grid, so they must use batteries which must be changed …

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