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H2 Logic's CAR-200 hydrogen stations can refuel 7 cars an hour

Company plans H2-station deliveries to the US by end of 2016.

Based on the hydrogen capacity of a Toyota Mirai, at least.

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Weak hydrogen infrastructure delays Toyota Mirai sales

Today, California Has Fewer Than A Dozen Public Hydrogen Stations In Operation

Toyota is discouraged by slower-than-expected deployment of hydrogen refueling stations, and is therefore tapping the brakes of Mirai deliveries.

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Europe gets $36M hydrogen infrastructure for 325 vehicles

Collaboration Will Include Investments In 10 Countries

ITM Power steps up again, this time with a European hydrogen infrastructure program.

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Almost half of the EV charging stations in Scotland sit unused

Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee Stations Still Get Plenty of Action

About half of Scotland's plug-in vehicle recharging stations don't get used over the course of a month.

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NRG eVgo ready for 'No Charge to Charge' in Atlanta

That loop of highways circumnavigating the city of Atlanta is about to get some fast chargers. And, for those driving newer Nissan Leaf electric vehicles, some free chargers as well, for the next couple of years. It's the new taste of southern hospitality.

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Linde spending $4.3 million on two new hydrogen stations in California

If California is going to sink millions upon millions to expand its hydrogen-refueling infrastructure, shouldn't at least some of that infrastructure be operated by a company that actually produces hydrogen fuel? Why, yes, and that's the case with Linde North America. The company has announced it will build two publicly-accessible hydrogen stations in Northern California, courtesy of a $4.3 million grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC)

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Nissan, CarCharging Group collaborate on quick-charger deployment

While Nissan is expanding the single-charge range on its all-electric Leaf, the Japanese automaker is also working on shortening the distance between publicly accessible quick-charge stations.

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DOE starts planning H-Prize, a hydrogen refueling station competition

For those understandably confused about whether the federal government is advancing or retreating from supporting hydrogen fuel-cell transportation technologies, it looks like the government is now in its advancing stage.

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​US public charging station locations grew by almost 200 in April

Almost 200 publicly accessible plug-in vehicle charging stations were added in the US last month by public and private entities, reflecting a slight acceleration in station deployment as more Americans buy electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.

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ECOtality, ChargePoint streamline EV charging systems with Collaboratev

Two of the largest US makers of plug-in vehicle charging systems are embarking on a cooperative effort that certainly fits the stereotypical "peace and love" vibe sometimes associated with the green-car movement.

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'Ignore' DC quick-charge status with Nissan Leaf, EV advocate says

A lot of science goes into electric cars, but when it comes to gauging battery-charge percentage, there may be a little more art involved.

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Is $1/hour the right price for plug-in car charging? Industry says yes

Owners of public electric-vehicle charging stations would do well to bill their customers about a $1 per hour. That's the rate where they can make money but won't make EV drivers feel gouged, according to the Christian Science Monitor reports, citing several members of the EV charging station industry.

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Back home, U.S. veterans install EV charging stations with VetCars

America's first line of defense against enemy forces is doing the same against range anxiety.

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