Policy

Hawaii set a goal of using 100-percent clean energy by 2045.

Trucks produce nearly one-quarter of transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions in California.

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.

See a complete rundown of federal and state incentives for hydrogen fuel-cell cars.

South Korea is a rising star when it comes to fuel cells and the hydrogen energy economy.

Fuel-cell cars from Honda and Toyota are now on sale in Japan, where the government is subsidizing sales with up to $20,000 each. The U.S. government, after some mixed signals, is now solidly behind hydrogen research. The British government has previously subsidized 12 strategically located hydrogen stations with a £5...

Jeremy Rifkin wrote the book—literally—on our hydrogen future.

DETROIT–There were no less than six fuel-cell powered cars at the Shell Eco Marathon, held this year (and for the next two) in Detroit’s Cobo Hall. The aim is for high school and college teams to build the most fuel-efficient car they can, and the tiny lightweight pods—often with carbon-fiber bodies and a single,...

Ed LaRocque is Toyota’s man on the ground, charged with getting the Mirai hydrogen car on the road, first in California and then in the Northeast. As national manager for fuel cell vehicles at Toyota Motor Sales, LaRocque is thinking strategically about how the rollout will work. The company will be building 3,000...

As any energy analyst will tell you, hydrogen is not in and of itself a fuel. Instead, it’s best seen as an “energy carrier,” and has to be extracted from something else—notably natural gas (through steam methane reforming) or water (through electrolysis). The cost of producing hydrogen—which could be compared to the...