Green Car Reports takes a look at the current status of development of hydrogen fuel cell cars amongst major auto manufacturers.
The Energy Department is making $2.5 million available to demonstrate and deploy fuel cell EVs for transporting passenger baggage at major U.S. airports.
AC Transit’s HyRoad project has expanded to include 12 new, third-generation fuel cell buses that are 5,000 pounds lighter than their predecessors.
The federal government has given $6.6 million in funding to Calstart, an alternative-transportation consortium, to assist in the development of zero emission fuel cell buses.
Swiss engineers move ahead with their hydrogen-powered street sweeper, keeping the streets and the atmosphere clean.
Trials for a hydrogen-powered street cleaner got off to a rough start in Switzerland, but later progress left researchers pleased and optimistic.
A demonstration project in Germany is using photovoltaics to offset the power needed to produce hydrogen for a fuel-cell vehicle charging station.
The U.S. military is putting 16 GM fuel-cell vehicles to work in Hawaii, part of a statewide push to encourage development of a hydrogen infrastructure.
Propelled by a fuel cell, the “Electric City Car” is tiny, seats just one and at six feet long by four feet wide, petite enough to fit in any parking space.
Hempstead, N.Y., installs a 100-kilowatt wind turbine to run an electrolyzer to generate hydrogen for the Long Island town’s fueling station.