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Hydrogen cars gaining traction in marketplace
WWMT
Electric cars are powered by battery, hybrids use both battery and gas, but now there's another option gaining traction — cars fueled by hydrogen. The zero-emission vehicle uses hydrogen with oxygen in a fuel cell to produce electricity, and the only thing that comes out of the tailpipe is a little water. They are facing a major road block at this point, because there are only 9 public hydrogen fueling stations, all in southern California.
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Proton exchange membrane fuel cells fasting growing segment in fuel cells market
Trans World News
The fuel cell market has huge growth opportunity. New generation devices will integrate smart applications with fuel cells to increase energy efficiency. Portable fuel cells run portable lighting systems, stationary power units provide electricity in buildings, and transportation applications include providing fuel for propelling.
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Hydrogen fuel car from Toyota first to hit the market in 2015
Hydrogen Fuel News
The famous Japanese automaker is making headlines with its hydrogen-powered car. Toyota's hydrogen fuel car, currently dubbed the 2015FC (fuel cell), is the first hydrogen-powered car set to be released in the U.S., European and Japanese markets next year.
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Hydrogen fuel cell developer has plans to expand beyond materials handling
Hydrogen Fuel News
Plug Power, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has been focusing on producing fuel cells for the materials handling sector for the past few years. The company has seen a great deal of success in the materials handling sector, but is now ready to expand into new sectors that may lead to further growth. Plug Power has plans to produce fuel cells for refrigerated delivery trucks and airport support vehicles.

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Hyundai negotiates insurance deals for 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell Vehicle
Fuel Cell Works
Hyundai is in negotiations with several insurance companies in an effort to simplify the leasing process for the 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell hydrogen-powered vehicle. The Tucson Fuel Cell will be available at several Southern California Hyundai dealers beginning in late May or early June.

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The new IGF Code could accelerate the uptake of fuel cells
The Motorship
Historically, a major inhibitor for the uptake of fuel cells has been a reluctance on the part of shipping to accept alternative low flash point fuels due to SOLAS restrictions. That situation could now be ready to change. "If the current fuel cell technologies can significantly increase their maximum power outputs or reduce unit cost, then it is possible that there could be a serious acceleration in fuel cell adoption," says John Bradshaw, lead project engineer at Lloyd's Register Marine.

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Hyundai Motor aims to sell more than 10,000 fuel cell cars in South Korea by 2025
Yonhap News Agency
Hyundai Motor, South Korea's No. 1 carmaker, said it plans to sell more than 10,000 fuel cell electric vehicles in its home market by 2025. Outlining its domestic green car road map for the Tuscon fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) to local media, Hyundai said it will start selling the cars in June, with total delivery expected to hit 40 within the year. Initial sales will be made to regional governments.
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New MAX hydrogen fuel cell bus begins rolling through Birmingham
Everything Alabama
The yellow and blue bus that is going into service marks another green technology addition for Birmingham-area transit. The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority's MAX fleet now includes one of the few hydrogen fuel cell buses in operation nationwide.
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The 'zero-emission' engine is almost ready for prime time
NBC News
At the Mercedes-Benz headquarters, a showroom display illustrates the rapid evolution of the iconic luxury brand's hydrogen-fueled cars. In a 1992 prototype, the fuel cell takes up the entire cargo area of a delivery van. Across the room, today's model — now merely the size of an average television set — is displayed in front of a neon-lit outline of a compact passenger car.
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Plug Power, Hyundai steel supplier teaming up to make fuel cells
Automotive News
Fuel cell maker Plug Power said it had agreed to form a joint venture with South Korea's Hyundai Hysco, a steel supplier to Hyundai Motor, to develop and sell hydrogen fuel cells in Asia. "Asian countries that we are likely to target with this JV will give us a combined addressable market size to exceed $10 billion," Plug Power Chief Executive Andy Marsh said on a conference call.
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