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Michelin Group is leveraging its advanced materials expertise to make a pitch for green hydrogen and fuel cells, with 24 Hours of Le Mans...

Clean Transport

If all goes according to plan, a new hybrid hydrogen fuel cell locomotive will sport Toyota fuel cells and green H2, too.

Clean Power

A new BloombergNEF analysis suggests that green hydrogen will beat "blue" hydrogen to grab a piece of the zero emission transportation pie.

Clean Power

Enegix Energy is moving forward with plans to build a $5.4 billion facility off the coast of Brazil called Base One. And that’s news...

Aviation

Green hydrogen stakeholders, such as the Bill Gates outfit Breakthrough Energy Ventures, are eager to see the new ZeroAvia hydrogen fuel cell airplane get...

Batteries

Another week has flown by and we’ve got another roundup of our top (most popular) stories of the week. This past week, the interest...

Clean Transport

If all goes according to plan, the entire US locomotive fleet will switch over to diesel-killing hydrogen fuel cells and other non-diesel technologies.

Clean Power

Mike Barnard wrote a great piece yesterday on the hydrogen folly. As I was going through it, and building on months (or years) of...

Batteries

Herbert Diess, chairman of Volkswagen Group, says hydrogen fuel cells have no place in cars and trucks. Others disagree.

Clean Power

India will soon issue tenders for production and procurement of hydrogen from renewable energy sources, India’s minister for renewable energy revealed. According to media...

Cars

In case you haven't noticed lately, humans appear to have a difficult time learning lessons, even about simple things — like whether or not...

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