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Postal Service Expands Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Testing to West Coast

With anticipation of cleaner air, improved energy efficiency, and no reliance on imported oil, the US Postal Service has signed an agreement with General Motors to extend for another year hydrogen fuel cell vehicle testing in the Washington, DC, area and to expand the program to the West Coast.

Honda Demonstrates the FCX Concept Vehicle

Honda Motor Co, Ltd today held a demonstration drive of the next-generation FCX Concept fuel cell vehicle.

BMW Introduces World's First Hydrogen-drive Luxury Performance Car - The BMW Hydrogen 7

BMW today announced the introduction of the new BMW Hydrogen 7, the world's first hydrogen-drive luxury performance automobile.

Chevrolet Sequel Is A Better, Cleaner, Petroleum-Free Solution

General Motors today announced a drivable version of the most technologically advanced automobile ever built - the Chevrolet Sequel, GM's solution to provide the world with a cleaner, petroleum-free vehicle that is better in nearly every way.

Automotive Industry to Gain Significant Benefits from Advances in Fuel Cell Technology

Fuel cells help reduce the dependence on the ever-depleting fossil fuel reserves by using hydrogen.

Department of Energy Selects DaimlerChrysler for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee

As fuel cell technology rapidly moves forward, it is important to communicate accomplishments and objectives to government and private sectors.

One Year After Honda Leased the First Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered to an Individual

American Honda Motor Co, Inc, announced today the one-year anniversary of the world's first lease of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle to an individual retail customer.

Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Partnership Officially Formed

The formation of the Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Partnership (SHHP) was today announced as the three hydrogen networking bodies of HyNor (Norway), Hydrogen Link (Denmark) and HyFuture (Sweden) rendezvoused in Copenhagen for its inaugural meeting.

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