Shell and Toyota expect the facility to encourage the use of zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks in and around Long Beach, one of the world's largest freight hubs...
Deploys 20 fuel cell forklifts at its Motomachi Plant and introduces a dedicated on-site hydrogen station.
Growing momentum for hydrogen as further multinationals join global coalition
Two hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell cars as part of an ‘eShuttle’ service at the 2017 United Nations Climate Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, w...
The Hydrogen Council reveals first-of-a kind study showing hydrogen's contribution as a key pillar of the energy transition.
Second-generation hydrogen fuel cell technology will be introduced in the early 2020s, substantially reducing costs.
Japanese government's strategic roadmap for hydrogen and fuel cells targets a total of 160 operational hydrogen stations and 40,000 in-use FCVs by 202...
Seven hydrogen stations and $16 million award proposed by the California Energy Commission.
Fuel cell forklifts, which utilise hydrogen to generate electricity, have excellent environmental performance as they do not emit CO2 or substances of...
£209m will be spent on research and development, as well as the building of infrastructure to increase access to hydrogen refuelling points.
In New Delhi today, the prime minister inaugurated the Petrotech conference on the theme of ‘Hydrocarbons to Fuel the Future – Choices & Challenges’.
Wolfgang Ziebart, the man who oversaw the I-Pace's development, has dismissed hydrogen as a fuel for cars due to poor well-to-wheel energy efficiency.
The Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 concept is an electric truck powered by hydrogen fuel-cells, and is based on a modified version of the standard Colorado ch...
Daimler, Linde and OMV have opened a new hydrogen station in Metzingen, which joins the 22 public hydrogen filling stations already in operation.
The Central government, which embarked on promoting battery electric/hybrid vehicles under its FAME India scheme last year, is learnt to be drawing up...