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Eden Energy Advances Practicality of Hydrogen Cars

Eden Energy Ltd, through its wholly-owned US subsidiary Hythane Company LLC, today announced it has received a US patent for its cryogenic storage vessels for liquid hydrogen.

Ford Delivers Hydrogen Buses to Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Ford Motor Company and US Congressman John Dingell and the Wayne County Airport Authority today announced the delivery of two hydrogen-fueled Ford E-450 shuttle buses to be used for transporting airline passengers between terminals at Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW).

Next-Generation GM Hybrid System Announced in Geneva

As another key element in its overall global strategy to improve fuel economy and reduce oil consumption and CO2 emissions, General Motors Chairman Rick Wagoner announced today that GM will introduce a second-generation version of the GM Hybrid System with a new, more powerful lithium-ion battery.

Virgin Atlantic to Offer Zero-Emissions GM Hydrogen Fuel Cell Limos

Virgin Atlantic, one of the world's leading long-haul airlines, and General Motors, the world's largest automaker, today announced that the airline will offer passengers a zero-emissions Chevrolet Equinox Hydrogen Fuel Cell car as part of its Upper Class limo service.

UCLA Solution to Chemical Mystery Could Yield More Efficient Hydrogen Cars

Environmentally friendly vehicles that use hydrogen gas can dramatically reduce greenhouse emissions and lessen the country's dependence on fossil fuels.

The Center for Hydrogen Research Receives South Carolina's First Hydrogen Powered Vehicle

Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), a wholly owned subsidiary of ECOtality, Inc, a renewable energy company that acquires and commercially advances clean electric technologies and applications, and The Center for Hydrogen Research (CHR) today unveiled the eTec Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (HICE) Silverado truck in Aiken, South Carolina.

More Renewable Fuel Headed for Your Tank

EPA is raising the 2008 renewable fuels standard (RFS), which determines how much non-petroleum fuel will power your vehicle, to 7,76 percent.

Japanese Automakers Gearing Up for Hydrogen Vehicles

Facing the urgent need to cut greenhouse gas emissions to stop global warming, Japanese automakers and energy suppliers are racing to speed the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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