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AddToyota, SunHydro to test 10 Highlander fuel cell vehicles in Connecticut this fall

Toyota FCHV-adv – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddGeneral Motors to establish pilot hydrogen infrastructure in Hawaii

Hawaii is set to get the first hydrogen fueling infrastructure in the United States thanks to a pilot project announced today by General Motors and The Gas Company. The Gas Company is the local natural gas and propane utility on the island state. Hawaii makes an ideal location for testing new transportation technologies as a result of its isolation, and the relatively small size of the islands means that you can never get all that far from the fueling network.

AddGermany commits $2 billion for at least 1,000 hydrogen stations

Honda next-generation solar hydrogen station – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddSociety of Automotive Engineers issues gaseous hydrogen fueling standard

An important part of the work of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) revolves around establishing standards for automotive design. These standards help engineers design in compatibility so that vehicles can co-exist in the automotive eco-system. Last year, SAE established the J1772 standard for electric vehicle charging connectors. Now, as engineers prepare to gather for the annual SAE World Congress in Detroit next week, SAE has published J2601, a protocol for fueling vehicles with gaseou

AddHonda unveils new solar-powered hydrogen generating and fueling station

Honda next-generation solar hydrogen station – Click above for high-res image gallery

Add32 operational hydrogen fueling stations open in America, more planned

Like I said, it must be hydrogen week around here. The U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy subsection sent out an email yesterday announcing, among other things, that there are now 32 hydrogen fueling stations open in America, and 19 more are on the way. The growing number of stations doesn't mean that it's easy to go fill up a fuel cell car yet, as 21 of these stations are private, used by transit agencies of private fleets. California has the most hydrogen fuelin

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