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Honda Providing Clarity on Rollout of FCX

Honda is gearing up from Japan to announce the new drivers of the FCX Clarity this coming Monday, June 16, 2008. U. S. drivers will start to take possession of the vehicles around July 1 in the Los Angeles area. Honda says it will rollout around 200 FCX Clarity’s over …

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Reaction to CARB Zero Emissions Vehicle Cut

Last Friday, I had talked about the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and their new ruling on March 27, 2008 to cut the number of zero emissions vehicles required by the big six automakers. Today I want to talk about a little history and reaction to this flawed ruling. On …

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Air Product Global Goes Mobile In South Carolina

Air Products has motored on down from Pennsylvania, where they are headquartered to Aiken County, South Carolina to supply the region with its first mobile hydrogen fueling station. The Aiken County Economic Development Partnership is developing a pickup truck that uses an internal combustion engine to run on compressed 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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Project Driveway Pulls Out Slowly

General Motor’s Project Driveway is making some progress as six drivers have already been selected to drive one of over 100 Chevy Equinox fuel cell vehicles starting next January. With crude oil prices nearing $100 per barrel and gasoline prices expected to rise, GM is betting the farm on hydrogen. …

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Mercedes F-Cell B-Class in Production in 2010

DaimlerChrysler has been feeling the heat from BMW who is now rolling out 100 production hydrogen autos to customers worldwide. By 2010, DaimlerChrysler intends to go into limited serial production of its Mercedes F-Cell B-Class fuel cell automobile. The announcement was made this week at the Frankfurt International Motor Show …

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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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Solar Going Up, Spreading Out and Coming Down

In auto and bike racing terms, one may say that hydrogen is drafting solar energy. I’ve blogged before that a revolution in solar energy will most likely lead to a revolution in hydrogen power as well. So, following in this train of thought, its time to do another checkup of …

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Ford HySeries Edge Video

On the Popular Mechanics website, there is a video of reporter, Ben Chertoff, taking a test drive in a Ford HySeries Edge hydrogen plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. In the video, Chertoff takes the $2 million prototype for a drive around New York City, complete with the potential of being cut-off, …

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