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Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Prototype drive on the Pacific Coast Highway
Car Advice
To the thousands of commuters on the Pacific Coast Highway in Southern California, the Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Prototype I was driving may not have looked like a vehicle at the cutting edge of next-generation mobility. Negotiating the mid-morning traffic outside Los Angeles in the cut and thrust of the daily grind with countless petrol-powered cars, the Toyota hydrogen fuel cell SUV may have stood out to the eagle-eyed by the fact it wasn't adding any emissions to the heavy smog that blanketed the surrounds, as it only emits water vapour.
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FuelCell Energy surges on Cowen upgrade
Bidness Etc
FuelCell Energy stock went up as high as 6.6 per cent to $2.42 in pre-market trading, after analysts from Cowen Thomas Boyes and Jeffrey Osborne upgraded FuelCell Energy from a "Market Perform" rating to an "Outperform" rating, with a 12-month price target of $3. Analysts at Cowen think that through targeted efforts and investments made in past years, the company has been able to cut its manufacturing costs.
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Japan, U.S. partner to develop fuel-celled, unmanned patrol submarine
Tech Times
What happens when Japan and United States decide to work together? Something wonderful. At least if reports were true. Japanese daily Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the Japanese defense ministry is working on a submarine in collaboration with Washington, a 33-foot sub that could run unmanned on a pre-charted course.
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California chooses Linde to develop two more hydrogen-fuel stations
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The California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded $4.3 million to Linde North America to construct retail hydrogen fueling stations in Northern California, the groups recently announced. The stations will be located at the Oakland International Airport and on Toyota-owned property in San Ramon, California, adjacent to Toyota's San Francisco regional office and parts distribution center.

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By-product hydrogen used to power fuel cell pilot plant
Gizmag
By-products are common to most industries. Some are harmless, some dangerous and others useless. Others are simply under-utilized. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is using hydrogen generated as a by-product of the sodium chlorate production process in its pilot-scale power plant to produce electricity.

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New hydrogen fuel standard published by SAE International
Hydropgen Fuel News
SAE International, a global standards organization operating within the auto industry, has published a new standard concerning the use of hydrogen fuel in electric vehicles. The standard, SAE J2601, aims to establish a global basis for the use of hydrogen fueling technologies and their use in distributing clean fuel to vehicles equipped with fuel cells. Such standards could make it easier for a hydrogen infrastructure to take form and it could ease the adoption of fuel cell vehicles.

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Plans for world's largest hydrogen bus fleet move forward
STV News
Aberdeen City Council is seeking a contractor to build a second hydrogen processing facility to fuel its fleet of ten green buses, set to launch later this year. The station will be capable of refuelling two buses back-to-back within 30 minutes. The second station was made possible by a new grant from the European Regional Development Fund.
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New material could help convert fossil-fuels into hydrogen fuel
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Researchers from the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom have devised a new way to capture carbon dioxide. The material could play a major part in helping society move away from fossil-fuels, embracing cleaner energy options, such as hydrogen. Carbon capture is becoming a relatively popular subject as more countries look for ways to mitigate the emissions that they are responsible for. Modern carbon capture methods are typically expensive and logistically difficult to manage, but this new material could help make carbon dioxide less environmentally dangerous than it is today.
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Toyota, Honda, Hyundai fuel-cell cars: How nany will be sold?
Green Car Reports
With almost 250,000 plug-in electric cars on U.S. roads — and double that number globally — electric vehicles are starting to establish a small foothold in the market. More than 10,000 a month were sold this past May, June, and July. But with hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles now offered by Hyundai, and coming next year from Toyota and Honda, how many fuel-cell cars are we likely to see delivered?
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