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General Motors has agreed to build all-terrain vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells for the U.S. Army. The carmaker has signed a “a multi-year contract to build and demonstrate a fuel cell reconnaissance vehicle” for the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center, said Mark Reuss, the president of General Motors North America. […]

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The six partners in the “H2 Mobility” initiative – Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell and Total – have agreed on a specific action plan for the construction of a German hydrogen refueling network for fuel cell powered electric vehicles. By 2023, the current network of 15 filling stations in Germany’s public hydrogen infrastructure shall […]

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Following this week’s news of Nissan teaming up with Daimler and Ford to launch independently branded affordable mass-market fuel cell electric cars in just four short years from now, Nissan’s COO Toshiyuki Shiga shed some light on the pending electrified vehicle paradigm. From the sidelines of Nissan showing its new day care center at its […]

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