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Boeing Tests HALE Hydrogen Propulsion System Using Ford-Developed Engine

The Boeing Company, using a Ford Motor Company-developed hydrogen engine, has successfully tested the hydrogen propulsion system of its High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) unmanned aircraft.

Honda's All-New Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Electric Vehicle To Debut at 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show

Honda's next generation hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle will make its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, November 14, American Honda Motor Co, Inc, announced today.

Exide Partners With Ballard Power To Develop Hybrid Hydrogen Fuel Cell System

Exide Technologies, a global leader in stored electrical-energy solutions, announced today it has signed an agreement with Ballard Power Systems to develop an on-board hybrid hydrogen fuel cell and lead-acid battery energy system for the forklift truck (or materials handling) market.

UCLA Engineering Model Advances Prospect of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles

Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a model that could help engineers and scientists speed up the development of hydrogen-fueled vehicles by identifying promising hydrogen-storage materials and predicting favored thermodynamic chemical reactions through which hydrogen can be reversibly stored and extracted.

BMW to Loan Jay Leno a New BMW Hydrogen 7 for Daily Use

BMW today announced that Jay Leno became the latest person to receive keys to a BMW Hydrogen 7 -- the first hydrogen-powered luxury sedan.

GM Shows Versatility of Environmental Initiative in Frankfurt

At a press conference at the IAA Frankfurt this morning, General Motors underlined the versatility of its environmental strategy.

Pellets of Power Designed to Deliver Hydrogen for Fuel Cell Vehicles

Hydrogen may prove to be the fuel of the future in powering the efficient, eco-friendly fuel cell vehicles of tomorrow.

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ford Fusion Sets Land Speed Record

The Ford Fusion Hydrogen 999 raced to a record 207+ miles per hour Wednesday at the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, which makes the world's first and only production vehicle-based fuel cell race car the fastest as well.

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