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Ballard to aid in bringing hydrogen fuel to China's public transit
Engadget
Ballard Power Systems, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced a multi-year deal with Azure Hydrogen, a company working to commercialize hydrogen fuel in China. Per the deal, Ballard will be offering its services to Azure Hydrogen in its efforts to introduce fuel cells to public transportation in China.
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California governor signs new $2 billion EV, hydrogen support bills into law
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The governor of California, Jerry Brown, has signed Assembly Bill 8 — the pro-electric-vehicle, pro-hydrogen-refueling-station bill — into law. That means the state of California will now spend over $2 billion to extend plug-in vehicle credits and on building a network of up to 100 H2 stations over the next decade, according to The Detroit News.
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France introduces taxes that could aid the adoption of renewable energy
Hydrogen Fuel News
France has revealed a new plan to introduce taxes on nuclear energy and emissions produced by fossil-fuels. The measure is meant to accelerate the country's adoption of renewable energy and strengthen the country's environmental and economic standing. Like other European countries, France has shown a strong interest in renewable energy, primarily for its economic merits.
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Toyota passing over EVs for more hybrids, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
Daily Tech
Toyota doesn't see a market for electric vehicles (EVs), but it does see value in continued hybrid production and upcoming hydrogen fuel cell technology. According to The Wall Street Journal, Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada thinks EV batteries need at least two major breakthroughs before they can replace gasoline or hybrid vehicles.
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Germany agrees action plan for hydrogen refuelling network
Fuel Cell Today
The six partners in the H2 Mobility initiative have set up upon a specific action plan for the construction of a nationwide hydrogen refuelling network for fuel cell powered electric vehicles. By the year 2023 the current network of 15 hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in Germany shall be expanded to about 400, with an initial intention to install 100 HRS over the next 4 years, establishing a demand for fuel cell electric vehicles.
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EPA introduces new emissions standards that could help promote renewable energy
Hydrogen Fuel News
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed new standards that could limit the carbon emissions produced by new power plants built within the country. The U.S. has adopted an "all of the above" energy strategy, which has the country pouring support into various forms of renewable energy.

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The potential for fuel cell prime power in Japan
Fuel Cell Today
A number of Japanese companies are developing large-scale fuel cell technology capable of generating electricity in the hundreds of kilowatts range and above. Fuji Electric continues to improve its 100 kW phosphoric acid fuel cell system, which it has installed at a broad range of customer sites including factories, museums and waste water treatment facilities. Its system is also sold under license by N2telligence as a source of low oxygen content air, which finds application in industrial fire suppression.

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Infrastructure and cost-reduction key to European deployment of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles
Fuel Cell Today
EU decision-makers and industry leaders joined forces at the annual Drive 'n' Ride event to discuss how zero-emission, hydrogen powered fuel cell electric vehicles can help meet European emission targets. Fuel cell and hydrogen technology is market ready and the ideal route to clean transport in Europe. Private public partnerships will continue to be essential to deliver an affordable European-wide hydrogen fuelling infrastructure.

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U.S. army and GM collaborating on hydrogen fuel cells
Hybrid Cars
General Motors and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) announced they are expanding their collaboration in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Through a new Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, GM and TARDEC will jointly test new hydrogen fuel cell-related materials and designs to evaluate their performance and durability before assembling them into full-scale fuel cell propulsion systems.
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eBay unveils data centre that runs on fuel cells
CBR Online
Online retailer eBay has unveiled a data centre facility in Salt Lake City, Utah in the U.S. that runs on fuel cell technology. The new data centre is said to be the first in the world to use Bloom Energy fuel cells to provide on-site power instead of the traditional electric utility grid.
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Toyota chairman reaffirms promise to bring hydrogen car to U.S. in 2015
Automotive News
The chairman of Toyota said that the automaker will stick to its goal of selling a fuel cell electric sedan in 2015 so that investments in hydrogen stations are not wasted. Takeshi Uchiyamada, often called the "father of the Prius" for leading the team that started work on Toyota's trailblazing hybrid in 1993, more recently oversaw development of Toyota's first fuel cell electric vehicle, which will be based on the FCV-R concept shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2011.
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