10.03.2016 | 11:33 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
Last week H2 Logic inaugurated the nineth hydrogen refuelling station in Denmark open to the public, in Kolding. The station is the third to open in Denmark in the last six months and will service local FCEV's from Hyundai. Hydrogen for the station is delivered from a central electrolyser plant operated by Strandmøllen and based on technology from the H2 Logic sister company NEL-Hydrogen. The station in Kolding is part of the H2ME demonstration project www.h2me.eu supported by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking www.fch.europa.eu and the Danish Energy Agency supported H2DK project. For details see H2 Logic's press release and the FCH JU website.  ...
22.02.2016 | 15:26 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
UK based startup company Riversimple hopes to have its fuel cell car design, named the Rasa, in production by 2018. The lightweight Rasa (1146 pounds) will boast an 8.5 kW fuel cell stack, giving it  a top speed of 60 mph and a 300 mi range. It will not be leased or sold but customers will be able to gain access to a Rasa through a monthly subscript...
06.01.2016 | 09:37 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
Hyundai has plans for producing a dedicated Tucson FC SUV, which will replace the current model, vehicles converted existing models. The carmaker is aiming to offer a vehicle with a range of 500 miles (just over 800 km), a large boost over its current competitors, Toyota Mirai having a 312 mile range and the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, which claim...
11.12.2015 | 09:21 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
Korean car manufacturer Kia believes hydrogen will be the energy carrier of the future and says it will have an FCV ready for mass production by 2020. Until then it will continue development of its next generation hydrogen fuel stack, producing 1000 vehicles per year. Kia already has an EV on the market, the Kia Soul, and, with its plans for hydroge...
10.12.2015 | 09:31 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
Five Hyundai ex35 Fuel Cell vehicles were delivered to the Parisian taxi service STEP this week. The delivery of the five vehicles, likely the world's largest fuel cell taxi fleet, coincided with the opening of the city's first hydrogen refuelling station. For details, see here. ...
27.11.2015 | 10:56 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
Although GM has all but abandoned plans to produce fuel cell passenger vehicles, it is now collaborating with the US Army on an extreme offroad vehicle powered by a fuel cell. It is, among other things, the quietness and ability to export electric power that is attractive to the Army, according to the director of the Army's Tank Automotive Developme...
03.11.2015 | 09:20 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni, Rafmagn/Electricity
The Japanese carmaker says it expects that by 2050, it will have slashed carbon-emitting vehicle prodcution to next to nothing. Toyota also plans to increase the use of renewable energy and hydrogen-based production methods and reduce average emissions from its cars by 90% compared to 2010 by the year 2050. These targets are all part of Toyota's eff...
16.10.2015 | 14:50 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
The Danish goverment has extended its tax exemption on FCEV's to 2018, for three years. The FCEV tax exemption provides a substantial indirect price-subsidy that makes the technology almost price competitive with gasoline today in Denmark. This is especially good news for H2 Logic, a leading manufacturer of hydrogen refueling stations in Denmark wit...
07.10.2015 | 15:17 | Category: Hydrogen/Vetni
In September, AGA, a subsidiary of Linde group, opened its largest hydrogen station In Sweden yet, in the nation's capital of Stockholm. The new station has the capacity of 180 fillings of fuel under 700 bars. The Stockholm station is one of approximately 100 fuel stations supplied by Linde group in 15 countries. For further details click here....
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