DETROIT, Jan. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) and Honda (NYSE: HMC) today announced establishment of the auto industry’s first manufacturing joint venture to mass produce an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system that will be used in future products from each company.
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC will build seven fueling stations for hydrogen cars in California through a partnership with Toyota Motor Corp., laying down their latest bet on the demise of the internal-combustion engine.
TOYOTA MOTOR CORP. and four of its biggest car-making peers are joining oil and gas giants including Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Total SA with plans to invest a combined 10 billion euros ($10.7 billion) in hydrogen-related products within five years.
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 10, 2016 HyGen Industries, based in Los Angeles, California, produces fuel to power eco-friendly vehicles, distributing the fuel through partner locations throughout the state. HyGen’s hydrogen refueling pumps coexist with current gasoline dispensers without additional infrastructure. The company is currently running a Regulation A+ campaign to build hydrogen fuel stations.
SACRAMENTO – The California Energy Commission today announced it will invest $46.6 million to accelerate the development of publicly accessible hydrogen refueling stations in California in order to promote a consumer market for zero-emission fuel cell vehicles.