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While Toyota especially has proven bullish about the prospects of the future hydrogen infrastructure, questions still remain about finding a safe and stable source of hydrogen, and ultimately how much it will cost future users. Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations at Toyota, used the figures of $30 for 300 miles to refuel […]

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Sun Country Highway (SCH), aiming to green Canada’s Highways, is officially launching 12 EV chargers this week. SCH, in collaboration with 11 organizations and local governments, is launching Sun Country Highway EV charging infrastructure throughout the western side of Ontario, from London to Owen Sound. SCH said this will make Ontario’s West Coast one of […]

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Nissan released a video in which the company makes a link between the early years of the automobile when there was little fuel station infrastructure and today’s early steps in building an EV charging infrastructure. To do so, Nissan reached out to Charlie Yaeger, a 97 years old gentleman who has been driving for more […]

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Over one half million hydrogen powered vehicles could be on UK roads by 2030. This is according to UKH2Mobility project, a joint British government-industry study published earlier this week. The forecast is made in an interim report commissioned to evaluate the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and ensure the UK is well […]

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