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24.10.2018 - 15:44

Great Wall tackling H2 market first in Germany

One of China’s largest carmakers, Great Wall Motors (GWM), has announced an investment in H2 Mobility. The consortium that is backed by Daimler, Total or Shell, aims to install a network of hydrogen filling stations across Germany so Great Wall’s engagement comes as a bit of a surprise at first.

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09.07.2018 - 17:11

Air Liquide accelerating fuel cell trucks in China

Air Liquide and China’s STNE teamed up to accelerate hydrogen-powered trucks in China. Air Liquide invested 10M euros in the startup that operates a fleet and platform and Air Liquide will openly share their know-how for STNE to scale up.

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03.07.2018 - 16:17

Hydrogen research vessel deemed feasible

A team led by Sandia National Laboratories, usually charged with nuclear security in the USA, has found a zero emission vessel running on hydrogen feasible. Their study developed a fuel-cell coastal research vessel consistent with marine regulations.

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25.06.2018 - 13:17

South Korea to invest €2BN into fuel cell vehicles

The government in Seoul agreed with South Korea’s industry to invest about 2 billion euros (2.6 trillion Won) into hydrogen mobility over the next five years. Facilities building fuel cell vehicles and those doing R&D will receive funding in order to reach the ambitious targets.

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21.06.2018 - 15:00

Solaris readies fuel cell electric bus for 2019

Poland’s prolific busmaker Solaris will present their first hydrogen bus next year. The fuel cell electric vehicle is based on their Urbino series but with a longer range of up to 350 km on one fill. A traction battery is to support the bus at peak times.

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20.06.2018 - 14:51

Scotland to build first sea-going hydrogen ferry

Scotland’s Ferguson Shipbuilders have managed to secure funding through the EU project HySeas III. With partners such as the Ballard or DLR and from different European countries they will build the world’s first sea going ferry running on fuel cells powered by hydrogen from renewables.

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18.06.2018 - 13:00

Renault-Nissan pull the plug on fuel cell cars

The alliance of Daimler, Ford and Renault-Nissan working on commercialising a fuel cell car has hit a road block as Renault-Nissan pull out. The partners had aimed to develop shared components but now decided to focus on electric cars first.

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13.06.2018 - 13:22

Plug Power and Linde to advance fuel cells in Europe

U.S. American Plug Power has teamed up with Linde Material Handling to advance the use of fuel cells in manufacturing operations in Europe. Linde already offers a range of vehicles, which Plug Power deems “fuel cell ready” and waiting to house their stacks.

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06.06.2018 - 17:16

Toyota & Seven-Eleven launching fuel cell project

The basic agreement to use hydrogen and fuel cell transport to power convenience stores in Japan more sustainable had been made already last year. Now Toyota and Seven-Eleven agreed on a more detailed plan and schedule to launch fuel cell trucks and renewable energy storage systems.

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04.06.2018 - 12:12

France to utilise hydrogen across all sectors

Minister of Environment, Nicolas Hulot, has a new strategy as he aims for France to draw heavily on hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The plan includes all levels of the country’s economy and details a turn in transport through FCVs and infrastructure.

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15.02.2018 - 15:52

Hydrogen Fuelling station boom in Germany

According to information from TÜV Süd, Germany had the largest growth in hydrogen fuelling stations in the world last year. A total of 24 public fueling stations were installed in Germany, while the global market managed to construct a total of 64.

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23.01.2018 - 13:05

Hyundai Nexo shall cost less than ix35 Fuel Cell

Nexo is the second generation of Hyundai’s fuel cell SUV and has been recently presented together with its technical specs. Now, information about the pricing is available, too. Thus, the model will be slightly less expensive than its predecessor, the ix35 Fuel Cell for 65,000 euros.

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22.01.2018 - 16:57

Pragma to offer more H2 pedelecs for a lower price

French manufacturer Pragma Industries wants to expand production of its H2 bicycles for fleet operators and municipalities from lately 100 units to 150 units in the present year. The current price of 7,500 euros is to drop to 5,000 euros.

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09.01.2018 - 10:13

Hyundai presents next-gen fuel cell SUV called Nexo

In the spotlights of the CES, Hyundai has taken the wraps off its second-generation fuel cell SUV and revealed that it is going to be called Nexo. The carmaker also published further tech specs, thus the model’s range will be 500 miles (800 km) according to NEFZ.

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06.01.2018 - 11:27

Hyundai and Aurora to develop autonomous FCEVs

After VW announced a collaboration with Aurora to bring autonomous EVs to cities as Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) fleets, Hyundai is the next company to sign a contract with the U.S. start-up. Both companies agree on jointly launching autonomous vehicles until 2021.

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07.12.2017 - 13:06

Kick-off: Ballard’s FC systems get assembled in China

After Canadian Ballard Power Systems closed a deal with Chinese company Broad-Ocean Motor to produce and sell 30 and 85kW fuel cell systems in three strategic regions in China in February, the first assembly plant has now been put into operation in Shanghai.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2017/12/07/kick-off-ballards-fc-systems-get-assembled-china/
07.12.2017 13:06