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Toyota Passes On EVs In Favor Of Hybrids & Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

October 18th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Toyota's presentations at the e-volution event focused on a dual prong approach to alternative fuel vehicles. For the near term, Toyota will focus on extending its hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle technology into new segments, extending the technologies horizontally across its lineup in the


Using Formic Acid To Store Hydrogen

September 9th, 2019 | by Tina Casey

If all goes according to plan, formic acid energy storage could be the key to unlocking the sparkling green hydrogen economy of the future


How Coal Bursts Renewable Hydrogen Dream — Vice Versa

July 29th, 2019 | by Tina Casey

Japan has emerged as a hotspot for the zero emission hydrogen economy of the future. However, the green dream is only as real as the feedstock, and Japan is also moving forward with a major new coal-to-H2 project in concert with Australia. That could help keep the global coal industry afloat -- unless, of course renewable resources can ramp up on a competitive basis


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A Look At Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure In 2018

September 14th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Filling up a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) is one of those unknowns that many buyers might not consider until it's time to actually head to a station and fill up for the first time. We are in the unique position to try out many of the latest and greatest vehicles, including a handful of FCEVs


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Hydrogen Fuel Cell & Battery Electric Vehicles — Technology Rundown

August 11th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Hydrogen, oh hydrogen. In the race to zero-emission vehicles, there is no clear winner. Battery electric vehicles require heavy batteries to carry them over long distances while the less-developed suite of technologies supporting hydrogen vehicles results in efficiencies that drive the price of hydrogen up, especially at current low volumes. But there's more to it than that


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How Real Is NET Power’s Zero-Carbon Gas Generation Tech?

November 21st, 2016 | by Michael Barnard

NET Power is building what it claims is a no-carbon form of gas generation that's better than all the rest. It's broken ground on a 10 MW Texas plant in a consortium with Exelon Generation and Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I) to prove its technology.



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