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From now through 2025, automotive executives see battery electric vehicles as the top global trend, but more than three-quarters of them predict BEVs being overshadowed by hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles in the long run. This is according to KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 2017, which found that of almost 1,000 senior executives interviewed, 78-percent […]

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Intelligent Energy, the energy technology group involved in fuel cells, has developed a new 100-kilowatt (134 horsepower) automotive fuel cell architecture. The company said it provides vehicle manufacturers with a new high performance option for their next generation of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs). Designed to deliver primary motive power within an advanced electric driveline, […]

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