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In deep with a hydrogen vehicle expert: 'There is something different this time'

We sit down for a talk with Dr. Joan Ogden after a ten-year gap.

In which wetake a long look at the development of hydrogen vehicles with someone who's been studying the field for three decades. You're bound to learn something.

SAE World Congress: Honda FCEV fuel cell stack has cells just 1 mm thin

It's A Small Deal, If You Can Excuse The Pun

At the 2015 SAE World Congress, Honda announces that its fuel cell stack has individual cells that are just one millimeter thick, which allows a smaller, more powerful powertrain.

BMW readies EV, hydrogen updates for 2015 Detroit Auto Show

ChargeNow, ParkNow And DriveNow Will All See Enhancements

BMW's stand at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show will be the place to go for updates. News about advances in electric vehicle infrastructure, hydrogen fuel cells (maybe) and BMW's suite of connected vehicles app things will all make an appearance at the show next month.

Nissan develops "world's best" next-gen fuel cell stack

Nissan has just revealed its next-generation fuel cell stack, one that offers 2.5 times greater power density than the version the automaker created in 2005. Two-and-a-half times may not mean much to most readers, so how about this: Nissan says the fuel cell power density of 2.5 kW per liter is the "world's best" among automakers.

RE Hydrogen awarded £25,000 to develop low-cost hydrogen electrolyzer

RE Hydrogen Ltd (REH) was awarded £25,000 ($39,285 U.S. at the current exchange rate) from the UK's Technology Strategy Board to scale up their prototype electrolyzers, which can produce hydrogen gas for use in the transportation industry. REH claims that its electrolyzser is one of the most efficient available and, perhaps more importantly, it's also said to be up to 93 percent cheaper than other electrolyzers on the m

GM shows off fifth-generation fuel cell stack, hopes to commercialize unit by 2015

While improvements to the tried-and-true internal combustion engine continue to come in small, incremental bits year after year, hydrogen fuel cell technology is progressing in leaps and bounds. Evidence of such can be seen in the latest version of General Motors' hydrogen fuel cell system.