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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.


CR-Z Gas-Electric Hybrid and FCX Clarity Fuel Cell Vehicle Highlight Next-Generation of Green Cars

The Honda CR-Z, a lightweight sports gasoline-electric hybrid concept vehicle, and the FCX Clarity, a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle set to begin limited retail marketing in the U.


New Mazda5 Hydrogen Re Hybrid a Fresh Approach to Environmental Performance

Thanks to its combination of Mazda's trademark Zoom-Zoom performance and excellent environmental efficiency, the hydrogen rotary engine (Hydrogen RE) is one of the leading lights in Mazda's efforts to develop the power plant of the future.


Ford And BP Open Second Hydrogen Station In Florida

Ford Motor Company, BP and the state of Florida today marked an important milestone in their collective path towards the use of hydrogen as viable alternative fuel for the future by opening a second hydrogen station that will fuel a fleet of Ford Focus fuel cell vehicles.


Honda Reveals 'FCX Clarity' Advanced Fuel Cell Vehicle

Honda today unveiled the new "FCX Clarity" advanced fuel cell vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and announced plans to begin limited retail marketing of the production vehicle in summer 2008.


London Mayor Announces Europe's Largest Fleet of Hydrogen Buses

The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, today announced that ten new hydrogen powered buses will join London's bus fleet by 2010.


Mazda to Participate in Norwegian National Project, HyNor

Mazda Motor Corporation and HyNor (Hydrogen Road of Norway) will collaborate in the development of hydrogen fuel and hydrogen vehicles.


Opcon to Develop Entirely New Component for Fuel Cell Vehicle

SRM, a company within the Renewable Energy business area of the energy and environmental technology Group Opcon AB has received an order from a major automotive manufacturer to develop a prototype for an entirely new and unique component for fuel cell vehicles.



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