Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

Hyundai Motor Group and its suppliers plan to spend of 7.6 trillion won (US$6.7 billion) through 2030 to raise production of fuel cells by more than 200-fold as the South Korean automaker targets to become a key player in the new-energy vehicle technology. [...]
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New Zealand will build its first hydrogen production and refuelling facility next year. With a goal to commence operations by the end of 2019, the project will be built by Ports of Auckland with support from engineering and design company Arup. [...]
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If there was a stroke of luck for SA's platinum industry it surely has to be that China is one of the forerunners in driving hydrogen fuel-cell technology and adoption. In a global market where there is so much uncertainty around platinum, with the rise of battery electric vehicles — which [...]
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Scania, Swedish manufacturer of commercial vehicles, is developing a fuel cell refuse truck together with Renova, a waste handling company in western Sweden. The truck will feature a fully electrified powertrain as well an electrified compactor. [...]
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Stanford University has announced that it will complete its transition to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2021. This will be made possible once a second solar-generating plant is built in the next three years. [...]
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