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New England's First Fuel Cell-powered Hybrid Bus Begins Service In Hartford

New England's first zero-emission fuel cell-powered hybrid bus made its debut today in ceremonies at the Connecticut Convention Center.

Nuvera to Supply Fuel Cell System for Toro Utility Vehicle

Nuvera Fuel Cells announced today that it will supply The Toro Company with a PowerFlow PFV-5 fuel cell system for integration into a Toro Workman utility vehicle.

Open-Source Car Powered by Sustainable, Reprocessed Hydrogen Unveiled

On March 27, the Foundation for Nature and the Environment and the three Dutch universities of technology - TU Delft, TU Eindhoven and TU Enshede - unveiled their vision of the car of the future: c,mm,n.

Postal Service Helps Drive Development of Alternate-Fuel Technologies

The US Postal Service has a long history of exploring cleaner, more energy-efficient, and more cost- effective ways to deliver the nation's mail.

Driving BMW's Amazing Hydrogen 7 Series

Green Car Journal Online editors put the BMW Hydrogen 7 through its paces in Berlin.

Texas H2 Coalition Invites Public to Test Drive Newest Hydrogen Vehicles

Want to take a drive in a car of the future? You can on Thursday, March 22, as the Texas H2 Coalition unveils several hydrogen vehicles, including the world's first hydrogen drive luxury performance car, here in Austin.

Behind the Wheel of Hydrogen Concepts

There's no lack of information available on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

17-Year-Old Actress Becomes World's Youngest Fuel Cell Vehicle Customer

American Honda Motor Company, announced today that it will further advance its real world fuel cell vehicle program by handing the keys to its next retail customer, 17-year-old Q'orianka Kilcher, who earned praise as the young star of the 2005 film "The New World.

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