This week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” looks at the non-electric vehicle low emission transport options that caught our readers’ attention.
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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 […]
Shell Oil and BMW are partnering up to build a new hydrogen fuel cell filling station concept to fill up the cars of tomorrow.
Toyota has established a lean, stripped down virtual division consisting of only four people to lead the company into the electric car future.
German company NanoFlowcell says electric cars are a dead end, because the charging infrastructure is non-existent and expensive to create. It uses flow cell technology and can have is electrolyte tanks refilled in a matter of minutes.
General Motors and the US Navy are teaming up to create fuel cell powered unmanned underwater vehicles that can operate for as much as 60 days at a time.
Nissan is working on fuel cell technology that uses bio-ethanol instead of hydrogen. The company says its system is less expensive and solves the refueling infrastructure problem that hydrogen has.
Researchers in Australia and Korea have found a way to make hydrogen fuel cell membranes that are four times more efficient by studying cactus.
As part of its plan to overcome the diesel emissions stigma, Audi is pushing forward with a new SUV powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
Kia plans to introduce 11 new low and zero emissions models between now and 2020. One will be the Kia Optima plug-in hybrid and another a fuel cell car
While the comments section has been busy talking about hydrogen fuel cells, Mercedes-Benz has been busy building up both the cars and infrastructure.
Linde Group of Germany has built a prototype fuel cell bicycle that has a range of 65 miles on only 34 grams of fuel. Linde has 100 H2 stations in Germany.
Toyota is entering its upcoming Toyota FCV Mirai hydrogen fuel cell sedan in the Japanese Rally Championship- does it have a prayer at victory?
Toyota says fuel cell vehicles are the path to the future. Ford, Renault, Mercedes, GM, Nissan and Honda agree. Tesla disagrees. Who is right?
A Mercedes B Class Fuel Cell Vehicle has completed a test by covering 186,000 miles under ordinary driving conditions,
A new SolarCity-Honda megadeal will make $50 million available to finance solar energy projects for Honda and Acura customers and dealerships in the U.S.
Japan’s latest salvo in the war on Tesla is this hydrogen fuel cell sedan aimed straight at mainstream buyers. Meet the 2015 Toyota Mirai, it’s a big deal.
Honda’s 2016 hydrogen fuel cell contender is taking shape behind the scenes, but will it follow the wild concept styling of the FCX or go the Accord route?
Quant has built a 200 MPH limo-shaped rocketship thanks to an exciting new energy storage technology it’s calling flow cell- and it just might be for real!
The US Department of Energy announced this week it is awarding $7 million dollars to promote improvements in hydrogen storage and distribution systems.