A few automakers are putting their money where their mouth is, but the rest lags behind.
National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day (October 8) is just concluded, and the Energy Department and trade association are celebrating with a new push to install stations in the Northeast.
Nikola is now saying that its electric drivetrain will be backed by a hydrogen fuel cell, not a natural gas tank.
A cradle-to-grave lifecycle study of light-duty vehicle options, which involved three U.S. automakers, four major energy companies and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), reported significant greenhouse-gas reductions with a fuel-cell drivetrain.
Hydrogen from biogas could support 11 million fuel-cell vehicles.
A new Swedish scientific breakthrough claims to be able to produce hydrogen from water efficiently inexpensively.
A green architect explains why his innovative designs are partially hydrogen powered.
In a speech to the SAE World Congress in Detroit April 14, Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada—known as the father of the Prius—made a strong case for the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle. “Toyota firmly believes the benefits of a hydrogen society are enormous for a healthy global environment,” he said. “That is why we are...
New England—and the broader northeast corridor—is vying to become the second region in the United States to establish hydrogen fueling infrastructure.