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Podcast Episode 3: Whatever Happened to Fuel Cells?

“I believe fuel cells could end the 100-year reign of the internal combustion engine.” –William Clay Ford

Hydrogen fuel cells have long been touted as a possible replacement for the internal combustion engine.  

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GM and Honda will mass-produce hydrogen fuel cells together via @engadget

GM and Honda will mass-produce hydrogen fuel cells together

“Just weeks after the car and energy industries began their big push on hydrogen, the first real action is being taken.

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Honda and GM Will Work Together to Produce Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Honda Motor and General Motors (GM) will jointly produce hydrogen fuel cell power systems in the United States from around 2020, to cut costs and ramp up output in the hope of increasing take-up of the zero-emission cars. 389 more words


Greenpeace: Apple again the world's most environmentally friendly tech company

”Greenpeace has described Apple as the most environmentally friendly tech company in the world for the third year running, thanks to its high use of renewable energy and the leadership role it takes in encouraging its supply chain to follow its own example,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. 177 more words


Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Helped To Create The World's Largest Hydrogen Energy Storage Facility in Texas

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New hydrogen storage facility will be located in Texas

Air Liquide has commissioned the world’s largest hydrogen storage facility, which will be based in Beaumont, Texas. 340 more words


An Update on H2 Fuel Cell Cars (and Trucks!)

This recent article gives a nice summary of the state of H2 fuel cell vehicles in the U.S. and around the world with a focus on describing plans by a company out of Utah (Nikola) to develop a nation-wide H2 refueling network for hybrid H2/electric tractor trailers or semis: 165 more words

Splitting Water ~ Using a novel non-precious metal catalyst ~ For Low Cost Hydrogen Cell

A new research, affiliated with Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has presented a novel strategy for non-precious metal catalyst that can replace rare and expensive platinum(Pt)-based catalyst, currently used in hydrogen fuel cell. 435 more words