Nikola Motors and Bosch are teaming up to develop electric trucks that combine hydrogen fuel cells and Bosch’s self contained e-Axle for Class 8 heavy duty cargo tractors.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
The Alt Car Expo in southern California is an annual event that helps EV customers learn about the advantages of electric cars.
Hyundai has revealed a prototype of a new fuel cell powered SUV planned for 2018. The car will have a range of up to 400 miles and a 20% power boost over the existing Tucson FCEV.
We’ve been covering the Forze Delft hydrogen-fuel celled racing project off and on for a few years, now. Depending on who wrote the article, we’ve called it anything from “vaporware” to “a fun class project”, but we’ve never really called it what it’s about to become: a real racing car. Forze Delft VII Chassis […]
UPS will begin field testing plug-in hybrid delivery vans with an on board fuel cell for extended range operations in Sacramento this year.
A report by the Center for Automotive Research at the University of Duisberg-Essen in Germany predicts the market for new cars in China will exceed 30 million vehicles a year by 2025 and it expects EV sales to make up 30% of that figure. In 2016, EV sales in China amounted to 2.1% of sales. While […]
Toyota will use hydrogen fuel cell trucks in a study designed to reduce diesel emissions in Southern California.
Two French sailors are converting a 100 foot long catamaran to run on electric power made from renewable sources. They plan to visit 101 cities in 50 countries to spread the news about zero emissions living.
The Honda Clarity PHEV and EV were both officially introduced to the public at the New York auto show this week. Both cars start in the low $30,000 range.
Mercedes boss Dieter Zetsche announced this week that fuel cell vehicles are off the table. The company will produce a fuel cell SUV for fleet operators next year, but will now focus on battery electric cars.
Hyundai brought as concept of its next fuel cell SUV to the Geneva 2017 show, It has a range of 500 miles and is scheduled for production in 2018.
A group of car companies and hydrogen suppliers have pledged to invest $10 billion over the next 5 years to promote fuel cell research and hydrogen fueling infrastructure. But why?