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Launch of world's first hydrogen fuel cell e-bike
Bike Europe
It operates without long battery charging times and plug-in socket requirements. Just replace the ready-to-use energy cartridges which can be suited to individual range needs. The hydrogen fuel cell e-bike which is launched today by Cycleurope and two partner companies, is truly remarkable.
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Honda gets more serious about hydrogen and joins the Fed's H2USA campaign
Digital Trends
We reported previously that the Department of Energy (DOE) had launched a hydrogen fuel-cell campaign called H2USA after the Obama administration reconsidered its stance on hydrogen as a mass-market fuel source. Now Honda has announced that it will be participating in the campaign to promote fuel-cell technology.
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Audi gets hyped on hydrogen and sends fuel-cell-powered A7 into testing
Digital Trends
After Mercedes-Benz pushed its hydrogen fuel-cell-powered model off to at least 2017, we figured hydrogen power was still a ways off. Since then, however, a lot of hydrogen momentum has been building. Aston Martin recently raced a hydrogen car on the Nurburgring, Honda joined the Department of Energy's H2USA campaign, and now Audi has announced its latest foray into the hydrogen world with the A7.
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Gas station owners push for hydrogen fuel cells in Japan
Gas 2
The gas station industry isn't just taking a nap while Elon Musk and Tesla are busy making everyone else look bad. The big fuel distributors have an infrastructure that EVs, for the moment, can't match — and they want to continue to be able to capitalize on that infrastructure in a "green" tomorrow. That means they want a future that involves their filling stations.
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Hyundai Motor delivers first 15 hydrogen-powered ix35 fuel cell vehicles in Europe
Automotive World
Hyundai Motor Company has delivered the first of its assembly line-produced ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles to the City of Copenhagen in Denmark. They were handed over by Hyundai Motor Europe, Hyundai Motor's European sales subsidiary, during the opening ceremony of Denmark's first hydrogen refuelling station. The 15 ix35 Fuel Cell units are the first hydrogen-powered vehicles manufactured on a production line to be introduced in Europe.
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New solar energy leasing program launched in New Mexico
Hydrogen Fuel News
The new leasing program is partly due to collaboration between Affordable Solar and Sunnova Energy. The two companies aim to ensure that solar energy becomes less expensive than conventional forms of energy in New Mexico. New Mexico residents interested in installing solar panels on their homes will be able to take advantage of the program.
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'Supergreen' hydrogen creation could capture carbon from the air and de-acidify the oceans
ExtremeTech
Back when George W. Bush announced a $1.2 billion plan to advance hydrogen fuel cells, the idea seemed rather implausible. Though it's the most abundant element in the universe by far, in our environment hydrogen hides so effectively that our methods of drawing it out as a so-called "zero-emissions" fuel have tended to be either ineffective or extremely dirty.

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Hydrogen fuel cells used to power new submarine in Germany
Hydrogen Fuel News
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, a shipbuilder and developer of maritime systems, has developed a new submarine that is powered by an innovative hydrogen fuel cell system. The submarine itself is part of an ongoing project from the German Navy, which is meant to incorporate clean technologies into marine vehicles. The submarine has been named U36 and is the second of its kind to be designed for the German Navy.

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Japan takes charge of building hydrogen fuel infrastructure
Hydrogen Fuel News
While fuel cells have come a long way in terms of technology, hydrogen transportation still faces a significant challenge when it comes to infrastructure. The success of hydrogen-powered vehicles is expected to be hinged on the hydrogen fuel infrastructure that countries have in place to support such vehicles. Japan has long been a very valuable market for the auto industry and it is one of the countries that have been making strong progress in establishing a hydrogen fuel infrastructure.

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Solar energy growing rapidly in Massachusetts
Hydrogen Fuel News
According to the new data released by RevoluSun, solar energy installations in the residential sector have more than quadrupled from 2010 to 2012. The company suggests that part of this growth is being powered by the financial incentives being offered by Massachusetts. These incentives have proven attractive to state homeowners that are becoming more environmentally conscious. For these people, solar energy is quickly becoming an adequate solution to many of the problems they face in terms of energy consumption and could help derail the effects of climate change.
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Renewable energy supports transportation in U.K. and Hong Kong
Hydrogen Fuel News
Police fleets in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong have been receiving electric motorcycles and other vehicles in order to help them transition away from fossil-fuels. In the case of the U.K., law enforcement authorities are beginning to make use of the acclaimed Nissan Leaf. More than 30 of these electric vehicles have been ordered by the police force and will be used by 10 police unites throughout the U.K.
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