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DaimlerChrysler Finalizing Phase One of $88 Million Commitment to the Department of Energy Program

Following the visit of President Bush to the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CAFCP) two weeks ago, DaimlerChrysler has completed the first portion of the $88 million Department of Energy Hydrogen Learning Demonstration Program by delivering on a 30 fuel cell vehicle commitment.

$10 million H-Prize passes Science Committee markup

The H-Prize Act of 2006 (HR 5143) took another step forward Wednesday as the House Science Committee passed the bill by voice vote.

DaimlerChrysler Fuel Cell Vehicles Save More Than 60,000 Gallons of Fuel

DaimlerChrysler has logged more than 1,2 million miles of zero-emissions fuel cell experience -- no other automobile manufacturer even comes close.

City of Barstow Takes the Lead on Alternative Fuels

Setting an example for other municipalities to follow, the City of Barstow, California has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hythane Company, LLC stating its intention to explore the use of Hythane® (a fuel blend consisting of 20% hydrogen and 80% natural gas) as a vehicle fuel for the city’s fleet.

DaimlerChrysler Builds First Fuel Cell-Powered Police Car

DaimlerChrysler has introduced the first fuel cell-powered police vehicle to the world.

Harvest Energy Technology Hydrogen Refueling Stations

Harvest Energy Technology, Inc (HET) takes a lead role in the supply of reforming technology for hydrogen refueling stations being commissioned throughout the world in 2006.

Hythane Technology for California fleets

As California moves toward Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger's vision of a 'Hydrogen Highway', one of the nation's leading air quality and transportation consulting firms has been hired by Hythane Company to help pave the way for deploying Hythane(R)-equipped vehicles and dispensing technology throughout the state.

PG&E Adds New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles to its Fleet

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, which has the fourth largest alternative-fuel truck fleet in the nation, today expanded its leadership role in the research, development and utilization of clean fuel technology as DaimlerChrysler handed over the keys to three hydrogen fuel cell (F-Cell) vehicles.

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