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Honda 'confused and baffled' by Japan's hydrogen delay

Refueling Standards Viewed As Key To Fuel-Cell Vehicle Adoption

Japanese automaker wants the government to figure out its refueling-station regulations as soon as possible.

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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

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The real reason automakers are giving away free hydrogen

It's Not Out Of Kindness, That's For Sure

Just like Hyundai did with its Tucson fuel cell, Toyota is offering free hydrogen fuel with the $57,500 Mirai H2 sedan. Toyota is being a bit vague about the details, saying simply that Mirai drivers will get, "Sebastian Blanco

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EU cutting back on EV, hydrogen infrastructure targets

New Keyword Is 'Appropriate'

If only all of us were told that we could meet our goals and obligations by merely being "appropriate." That's the operative word being used to describe the European Union's goals for setting up publicly accessible electric-vehicle charging station and hydrogen refueling station infrastructure by the end of the decade. Turns out, the goals were unrealistic.

Even without H2 cars, Honda opens UK's first public-access hydrogen station

UK drivers wishing to skip battery electric vehicles while maintaining "zero-emissions" motoring now have a new alternative since Honda has opened the UK's first public-access hydrogen refueling station. Ironically, no automakers offer a fuel cell vehicle in the UK, not even Honda.

SunHydro, Proton Energy get to work on east coast Hybrogen Highway

When hydrogen cars become available to the general public, they will start in California. This is pretty much an accepted truth among people who follow the green car scene today, but SunHydro/Proton Energy thinks

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

Get your hydrogen here, there, anywhere with mobile refuelers

As the cars in the California Fuel Cell Partnership's (CaFCP) Road Rally 2006, which ends today, finish up their drives, let's take a look at one of the fuel sources they used during the five-day rally. Air Products has developed a mobile hydrogen fueling station that can be transported from city to city to dispense hydrogen from any location. The system does not produce hydrogen, but can store it. There ar