Hydrogen and Fuel Cell News

Amazon is fueling up on hydrogen. The online retailer agreed to buy $70 million of fuel-cell forklifts from manufacturer Plug Power this year and, if Amazon purchases another $600 million in goods and services, it has the right to acquire up to 23 per cent of the fuel cell manufacturer. [...]
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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, so its appeal to the fossil fuel-addicted auto industry is obvious. But while most car companies think they'll be able to sell hydrogen fuel cell cars to eco-minded consumers, they are ignoring a glaring opportunity: that hydrogen-powered cars could be the [...]
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According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global fuel cells market for industrial and military applications is expected to ship 355.63 MW in 2021, growing at a CAGR of more than 14 per cent. This research report, titled Global Fuel Cells Market for Industrial and Military Applications [...]
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Automaker General Motors has delivered its new fuel cell vehicle, the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2, to the United States Army. The new vehicle will be used as part of a demonstration on the capabilities of fuel cells and how they can be used to power vehicles. One of the aspects of [...]
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Japan's Toyota Motor will start testing hydrogen fuel-cell cars in China from October, part of an effort to determine the feasibility of selling its Mirai hydrogen electric passenger car in the market. The head of the Japanese automaker's China business, Hiroji Onishi, said the carmaker also planned to build a hydrogen [...]
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