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GM, Honda set fuel cell alliance in renewed hydrogen push
Bloomberg
General Motors and Honda Motor are teaming up in a renewed push to market clean vehicles, with the two automotive giants seeking to have cheaper power-making fuel cells and hydrogen tanks ready by 2020. The partnership between the largest U.S. automaker and Tokyo-based Honda is to include exchanging engineers, joint use of research facilities and shared sourcing of parts and materials.
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The North American fuel cell market revenue is estimated to reach $667.7 Million by 2018
The Wall Street Journal
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the 'North American Market for Fuel Cell Technology — Trends and Forecast to 2018' report to their offering. 'North American Market for Fuel Cell Technology — Trends and Forecast to 2018' provides a comprehensive analysis of the market by applications (portable, stationary, transport), types (PEMFC, DMFC, PAFC, SOFC, MCFC), fuel (hydrogen, natural gas, methanol, anaerobic digester gas) and geographic region.
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Toyota's hydrogen vehicle to be on sale by 2015
The StarPhoenix
Part of the allure that accompanies the concept of a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle is, in layman's terms, what goes in and what comes out. With little in the way of harmful environmental consequences, fuel-cell vehicles produce electricity and emit only water vapour. Among the early adopters is Toyota, hoping for "Prius-like success" with its latest fuel-cell vehicle.
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Air Products unveils new hydrogen fuel production system
Hydrogen Fuel News
Air Products, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel production technologies, has unveiled a new addition to its PRISM line of products. The new system from Air Products is designed to produce hydrogen fuel on-site. The system is capable of producing as much as 4,500 standard cubic meters of hydrogen every hour and can potentially produce 4.1 million standard cubic feet of hydrogen on a daily basis.
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Hydrogen fuel could be a boon for ships in the U.S.
Hydrogen Fuel News
Hydrogen fuel cells have been receiving a lot of attention for their capabilities to power vehicles, but these energy systems could have the potential to power larger vehicles that have massive energy requirements. In the U.S., researchers from Sandia National Laboratories have released a new report concerning the benefits of using hydrogen fuel cells to power ships and equipment that can be found at seaports.
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New solar energy system installed at Toyota facility in California
Hydrogen Fuel News
Kyocera Solar, a developer of solar energy systems, has announced that its solar modules have been put to use by Japanese automaker Toyota. The automaker has a strong interest in renewable energy and has been looking for ways to incorporate clean technologies into its worldwide business. While much of the company's interest in clean power is exemplified by its use of hydrogen fuel, its interest in renewable energy extends beyond transportation.

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Report suggests fuel cell market to reach $2 billion by 2018
Hydrogen Fuel News
According to the report, the global fuel cell market will grow from approximately $620 million in 2013 to more than $2 billion in 2018. The report estimates a compound annual growth rate of 32.2 per cent from 2013 to 2018. Much of this growth is expected to be seen in Asia, where fuel cells have been making headlines in alternative energy news.

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Students plan hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for Northeastern United States
Fuel Cell Today
The winners of the 2012-2013 Hydrogen Student Design Contest were announced at a session of the Alternative Clean Energy Expo 2013 in Washington D.C. The challenge set for this year's teams was to develop plans for a hydrogen fuelling infrastructure in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States between 2013 and 2025. Twenty-four teams from the United States, Japan, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Taiwan, India, and Italy participated in this year's competition.

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Biogas-powered fuel cells
Biomass Magazine
Biogas-powered fuel cells hold great promise for their ability to transform waste streams directly into electricity, with zero emissions. Far from new technology, dating back to 1839, fuel cells are becoming one of the popular methods of generating cleaner energy not only for automobiles and space craft, but also for residential, commercial and industrial sites.
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New hydrogen fuel cell cheaper, more durable
AutoWeek
Like the fabled water-burning carburetor, hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles have long promised to liberate us from fossil fuels — generating electricity from two (theoretically) abundant elements, hydrogen and oxygen, and emitting only water vapor as a byproduct. But while functional fuel cell-powered vehicle prototypes have been produced (giving the tech a leg-up on the carburetors of urban legend), fuel cells have yet to make the leap to consumer vehicles.
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Hydrogen Energy California facing significant issues
Fierce Energy
The California Energy Commission and the U.S. Department of Energy have issued a preliminary staff assessment and environmental impact statement of the proposed Hydrogen Energy California project, which would use integrated gasification combined cycle and carbon capture technology on a commercial scale, concluding that the proposed facility has significant and unresolved issues.
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