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A Stanford study implies Tesla, with its battery electric vehicles and solar company, will be better positioned than companies like Toyota who think hydrogen beats electric. Stanford University’s Global Climate and Energy Project has found that all-electric vehicles make for a more economical choice for reducing carbon dioxide emissions due to their lower cost and […]

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True Zero, which operates the world’s largest network of hydrogen charging stations, recently doubled the number of zero emission miles fueled through its stations to two million. Hitting the two million mark happened just 60 days after reaching one million miles driven by hydrogen fuel cell vehicles fueling up at True Zero’s network of stations […]

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Drivers of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in Japan, like the Toyota Mirai and Honda Clarity, can fuel up at a “toilet-to-tank filling station,” as reported in the Los Angeles Times. Fukuoka, a southern Japanese city, now has a hydrogen fueling station in place fueled by biogas coming from a combination of methane and carbon dioxide […]

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When Energiepark Mainz opened in Germany earlier this month, the facility came online as the world’s largest eco-friendly hydrogen plant. It took one year and 17 million euros ($18.7 million) to build the plant, which is a collaboration between utility company Stadtwerke Mainz AG, gases and engineering company Linde Group, technology group Siemens AG and […]

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As part of the HyFive project, five manufacturers have agreed to deploy a total of 110 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in Europe with the goal of developing new clusters of hydrogen refueling stations. Leading motor manufacturers, hydrogen fuel suppliers, the Mayor of London’s Office and energy consultancies from around the globe are signing up, said […]

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