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Toyota Fuel Cell Concept (FCV) Vehicle. Copyright Toyota. All rights reserved.

Toyota Fuel Cell Concept Debut at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show

LAS VEGAS – “We aren’t trying to re-invent the wheel;  just everything necessary to make them turn,” said Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A. Inc., at the opening of CES, the world’s largest trade show. “Fuel cell electric ve
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Honda FCEV Concept. Copyright Honda. All rights reserved.

Honda FCEV Concept Makes World Debut at Los Angeles International Auto Show

LOS ANGELES, CA – The sleekly styled Honda FCEV Concept, made its world debut today at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. The concept expresses a potential styling direction for Honda’s next-generation fuel-cell vehicle anticipated to launch in the U.S. and Japan in 2015,
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Honda FCEV Concept to Make World Debut at 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show

Today a sketch was released of the Honda FCEV Concept in advance of its debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 20. The concept model expresses a potential styling direction for Honda’s next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) launching in the U.S and Japan
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Advanced Electric Drive Vodcast

AED Vodcast: Hydrogen Fueling Stations

In our latest Amped Up vodcast, we’re pleased to introduce special guests Rick Scott of Shell Oil Products, and Steve Ellis from American Honda Motor Company, as they discuss hydrogen use as an alternative fuel for vehicles. Rick Scott explains the unique characteristics of Shel
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Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell Vehicle. Copyright General Motors. All rights reserved.

GM Fuel Cell Equinox Tops 100,000 Miles in Real-World Driving

DETROIT – One of General Motors’ fuel cell research vehicles recently passed a milestone for a hydrogen-powered vehicle, topping 100,000 miles of real-world driving. By using renewable hydrogen, this vehicle has saved 5,260 gallons of gasoline. At $3.50 per gallon, that’s
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