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Is rust the key to cleaner, solar-generated hydrogen?
Green Car Reports
Rust is usually something to be avoided in the automotive world, unless you're a hot-rodder looking for that sun-scorched appearance or a VW scene kid wanting the "rat look." But while most associate rust with decay, scientists are finding another use for it — and one which could improve hydrogen production, benefitting fuel cell vehicles.
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GM, Honda join to get fuel cell cars on the market
Sustainable Business
Green technology investors with long memories tend to shudder when they hear the words "fuel cells" — billions of dollars have been lost over the years betting on what was once the future of sustainable transport. But the technology is back on the agenda, with GM, Honda announcing plans to jointly develop fuel cell technology for vehicles.
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Hydrogen fuel cells may power future submarines
Hydrogen Fuel News
Fuel Cell Today has published a new analysis concerning the use of hydrogen fuel cells on submarines. Around the world, military organizations are facing major challenges in terms of energy and many have been feeling pressure to break away from fossil-fuels. While this can be a somewhat simple issue for some militaries, it becomes exceedingly complicated when submarines get involved.
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Hydrogen and fuel cell opportunities in France come under focus
EV Fleet World
A consortium of 20 partner members have combined forces to produce an economically competitive and supported deployment plan for a private and public hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in France between 2015 and 2030. The "Mobility Hydrogen France" consortium brings together regional, national and international, private and public stakeholders by the French Association for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (AFHyPaC) and is supported by the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy.
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A 300,000 mile fuel cell for hydrogen vehicles?
TG Daily
Would fuel cell vehicles be more appealing to you if they had a fuel source that was comparable to the best light-weight diesel engines? Or, more simply put, could offer you the equivalent of 300,000 driven miles? That's a bold claim indeed given the nascent state of this emerging green vehicle market, but one which ACAL Energy thinks it can make.
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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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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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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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Netherlands gets first hydrogen refuelling station
EV Fleet World
The Netherlands is to receive its first 700-bar hydrogen refuelling station, as part of a project to establish a supporting infrastructure for fuel cell electric vehicles on the Dutch-Flemish border. Installed for the WatserstofNet project by Ballast Nedam, the station will be built to the standard refuelling rates used by hydrogen fuel cell cars, allowing a three-minute fuelling time which is claimed to be enough for a 310 mile range.
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Hydrogen-powered cars — coming to a highway near you
Engineering.com
Hybrid and all-electric cars are the standard alternative fuel technologies for auto manufacturers. But now large auto companies like GM, Toyota and Honda are finally seeing their investments in hydrogen fuel cell research beginning to pay off.
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