Toyota Building First Zero Emissions Megawatt Scale Electricity And Hydrogen Facility In US

Toyota is building a new facility that will make electricity and hydrogen by burning agricultural waste from California farms. The hydrogen will be used to support Toyota’s operations as the Port of Long Beach.

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Toyota Shoots Hydrogen Tank To Make A Point

Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have a lot of hurdles to overcome, among them a high price tag and an extremely limited infrastructure. Another sticking point is safety, centered specifically on the high-pressure tank full of volatile hydrogen fuel. Toyota doesn’t think you should be concerned though, going so far as to pump a hydrogen tank full of small-caliber bullets to prove just how safe it is.

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Toyota's 2015 Fuel Cell Car Aims For 300-Mile Range

The Toyota 2015 FCV-R should achieve a range of 300 miles per charge, making it the longest-range electric vehicle on

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GM Still Aiming For Fuel Cell Vehicle Sales By 2016

Hydrogen is the quiet giant of alternative fuels. It is by far the most promising alternative fuel in a variety of ways, but there are a number of obstacles to widespread adoption. Yet major automakers have continued plowing forward with hydrogen fuel cell research, and GM is at the forefront. The General says it is on track to deliver hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to dealerships by 2016. Is it bluster, or are they for real?

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