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Honda spending $13.8 million on hydrogen infrastructure with FirstElement

Honda is partnering with FirstElement Fuel to increase the number of hydrogen refueling stations in California. The two have signed a letter of intent to provide $13.8 of financial assistance that, with some state money, could let FirstElement build "at least 12 stations." This is the second OEM that FirstElement is working with to install H2 stations in California. It signed a deal worth an unspecified amount with Sebastian Blanco

Mercedes-Benz asks governments for more hydrogen infrastructure

Mercedes-Benz is keen on fuel cell technology and has developed a fuel cell B-Class with an impressive 249-mile range (you should get something for your $849 a month – see it in action Jonas Dalidd

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

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

Report: SunHydro plans East Coast hydrogen highway

Hydrogen vehicles hold out a future hope where our cars, trucks and motorcycles won't be emitting harmful toxins and carbon dioxide from their tailpipes (and yes, we know generating the hydrogen fuel will mean emissions from other sources). But before any of us can trade in our fossil fuel-burner for a new hydroge

Hydrogen, Fuel Cell Activities Now Searchable by State

Whether it's a working hydrogen refueling station near you or a demonstration of a fuel-cell vehicle, you can find out about all such activities in a new searchable database set up by Fuel Cells 2000 and the Deptartment of Energy. Almost all states have some type of fuel cell or hydrogen legislation, demonstration or activity taking place. The search function

Hydrogen and the fuel cell car: Which came first?

While the media buzz might make people believe hydrogen fuel cells are around the corner, significant hurdles still need to be crossed. Even though some prototype fuel cell cars are showing promise in delivering an experience similar to existing cars, cost, hydrogen storage, and lack of infrastructure are major issues. More importantly, though, in my opinion, is where is all the hydrogen needed to meet our transportation need going to come from? Unlike gasoline, hydrogen is not considered a fuel