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    World’s First Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Truck Hyundai XCIENT Fuel Cell Heads to Switzerland

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    Hyundai Motor today shipped the first 10 units of the Hyundai XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass-produced fuel cell heavy-duty truck, to Switzerland. Hyundai plans to ship a total of 50 XCIENT Fuel Cells to Switzerland this year, with … Continue reading3

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    Honda’s first fuel cell car, Clarity, goes on sale

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    There was much talk when we first heard about Honda’s very first fuel cell car last year. The car, with its promise of a cleaner, greener future has already made in-roads to customer segments. It has gone up for sale … Continue reading3

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    Germany launches first ever fuel cell car sharing program

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    Sustainable transport couldn’t have a greater superlative than this. While fuel cell cars are what eco-driving will be in the future, the idea of creating a platform to share these wonderfully non-polluting machines makes perfect sense. Germany’s industrial gases giant, … Continue reading3

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    Fuel cell cleans nuclear waste and generates green energy too

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    Sure nuclear energy is a lot more efficient than coal and oil fired power plants, though the waste created by these plants isn’t all that easily disposable. Nuclear waste can lead to loads of environmental issues, and if you’re one … Continue reading3

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    Hydrogen fuel-cell powered locomotive developed in China

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    The Chinese always make sure they develop all the sweet new things first. Well, they’ve done it again, this time with a fuel cell powered light rail locomotive. Now fuel cells haven’t had much to do with the rail before. … Continue reading3

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    Catalyst developed could boost production of oxygen in fuel cells and increase efficiency

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    A catalyst is all it takes to boost oxygen production in fuel cells and will help us customize renewable energy power plants in future. Daniel Nocera, a scientist along with a bunch of his colleagues, hopes that each home will … Continue reading3

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    The UVO vehicle, single passenger mobility units powered by fuel-cell technology

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    The concept of a family car, and those huge SUVs and MUVs might just not exist in future, with designs for single passenger mobility units doing the rounds. Designer Alexei Mikhailov came up with the UVO (Urban Vehicular Ovalon), an … Continue reading3

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    Horizon’s MiniPak fuel-cell personal charger powers up gadgets using hydrogen

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    We’ve seen quite a few on-the-go chargers that can power up your little electric I-make-your-life-easier gadgets. Some are juiced by the sun, most actually, while we’ve seen a few use stored electricity and wind power too! Well, here’s a new … Continue reading3

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    Transport for London installs largest fuel cell in green power plant

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    Transport for London has installed the largest hydrogen fuel cell in its combined heat and power (CHP) power-plant. This power plant located, at the Palestra building in Southwark houses a UTC Power PureCell® 200 phosphoric acid fuel cell unit. This … Continue reading3

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    100 fuel cell vehicles to be dispatched by Toyota in U.S.

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    Toyota is taking its fuel cell technology seriously and has planned to let lose 100 of these vehicles in the US in preparation of its market launch there. The company believes in the future use of this technology, making the … Continue reading3

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