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  • Brazil rolls out region's 1st hydrogen-powered bus
    Jul 1, 2009 - EFE

    Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy and Sao Paulo's Empresa Metropolitana de Transportes Urbanos presented here on Wednesday Latin America's first hydrogen-powered bus, a vehicle that emits no polluting gases.

  • Customizable Interactive Map Shows U.S. Alternative Fuel Data
    Jun 9, 2009 - NREL

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) announced the launch of a comprehensive mapping tool to help industry and government planners implement alternative fuels and advanced vehicles. The new TransAtlas tool combines several different types of geographic data to identify areas with potential for developing advanced transportation projects. It is sponsored by DOE’s Clean Cities initiative, which aims to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector by promoting advanced vehicle technologies and alternative fuels. This interactive mapping tool is available by visiting www.afdc.energy.govand clicking on the TransAtlas icon.

  • US Drops Research Into Fuel Cells for Cars
    May 7, 2009 - Matthew L.Wald - New York Times

    WASHINGTON — Cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells, once hailed by President George W. Bush as a pollution-free solution for reducing the nation’s dependence on foreign oil, will not be practical over the next 10 to 20 years, the energy secretary said Thursday, and the government will cut off funds for the vehicles’ development.

  • Government of Canada Announces Support for World's Biggest Hydrogen Project
    Apr 20, 2009 - MARKET WIRE

    Canada's expertise in putting clean energy technology to work for our economy and our environment will be displayed for millions of people from Canada and around the world at a new, one-of-a kind hydrogen demonstration project. The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Natural Resources, along with the Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of Public Works and Government Services, launched the project today with partners at Montreal's Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport.

  • Fuel Cell Buses Embraced Among Transit Agencies and Passengers; Performance and Reliability Better than Expected in Revenue Service
    Apr 16, 2009 - Business Wire

    Fuel cell buses have operated successfully in public transit fleets around the world, according to a new report written for the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) by the Breakthrough Technologies Institute (BTI) and the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE).

  • Hydrogen Vehicles Coming Soon? Two Million Could Be On Roads By 2020
    Jul 18, 2008 - Science Daily

    A transition to hydrogen vehicles could greatly reduce U.S. oil dependence and carbon dioxide emissions, says a new congressionally mandated report from the National Research Council, but making hydrogen vehicles competitive in the automotive market will not be easy. While the development of fuel cell and hydrogen production technology over the past several years has been impressive, challenges remain.

  • First hydrogen filling station opened in Belgium
    Jun 3, 2008 - Reuters

    The first Belgian hydrogen filling station was inaugurated today in Brussels by Total in the presence of the Flemish Ministry for Economy, Enterprise, Science, Innovation and Foreign Trade. Linde developed the technology which allows the low-temperature liquid hydrogen to be stored next to the station, as well as the refuelling system. The Total filling station, which is situated on the Paris-bound carriageway of the E19 motorway, was built as part of the cooperation of BMW and Total.

  • Power Stations Could Soon Be Obsolete, Say Fuel Cell Scientists
    Jan 7, 2001 - The New Scientist Magazine

    LONDON's fabulously successful Tate Modern art gallery has wowed the public. Now it seems that the gallery, housed in the disused Bankside power station, has captured the industrial zeitgeist, too. Power stations, the behemoths of the industrial age, could be on the way out.

  • Hydrogen fuel cell hums to life
    Dec 29, 2000 - CBC

    Dearborn, Michigan - The auto industry is very excited about the prototype of Ford's latest Focus. That's because of what's under the hood -- hydrogen fuel cells to provide energy for an electric motor.

  • Iceland sees the future -- in hydrogen
    Dec 26, 2000 - Seth Dunn - Worldwatch Institute

    Riding from the airport to Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, gives one the sensation of having landed on the moon. Black lava rocks cover the mostly barren landscape, which is articulated by craters, hills and mountains. Other parts of the island are covered by a thin layer of green moss. American astronauts traveled here in the 1960s to practice walking the lunar surface, defining rock types and taking specimens.

  • Hydrogen age coming upon us fast
    Nov 18, 2000 - Cameron Smith - Toronto Star

    It's about the size of a regular washing machine and it's going to get about one-third smaller. If all goes as expected, you'll be able to buy one in two or three years for $2,300 to $3,000, put it in your driveway, plug it into a normal electrical outlet, hook a water hose to it, and pump fuel into your car.

  • DOE to build hydrogen/electricity co-production system in Las Vegas
    Jul 28, 2000 - John McKnight

    Within a few years, Southern Nevadans may be able to fuel their vehicles with clean-burning hydrogen, thanks to a cooperative agreement signed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Air Products and Chemical, Inc. The agreement for cost-shared development of the world's first hydrogen electrical generating system and a hydrogen and hydrogen-enriched natural gas fueling station is the result of a partnership that includes the City of Las Vegas
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