The consortium, led by Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd. (TMUK) will receive funding to cover the development of a fuel cell powered Hilux. In collaboration with highly skilled UK based technical engineering partners, namely Ricardo, ETL, D2H and Thatcham Research, the project’s aim is to adopt second generation Toyota fuel cell components (as used in the latest Toyota Mirai) for the transformation of a Hilux into a fuel cell electric vehicle. While TMUK is leading the project, a team from Toyota Motor Europe (TME) R&D will provide expert technical support to enable the UK-based teams to build its own expertise and self-sufficiency to develop next generation hydrogen drivetrain capabilities.
Development starts on prototype hydrogen fuel cell Toyota Hilux
Why some say hydrogen buses could be N.J.’s eco-friendly transit solution
Fusion Fuel and Electus Energy Announce Exclusive Agreement to Develop a 75 MW Green Hydrogen Project in Bakersfield, California
The proposed project is a roughly 75 MW solar-to-hydrogen facility using Fusion Fuel´s HEVO technology, capable of producing up to 9,300 tons of green hydrogen per annum including nighttime operation. The project would require an estimated €175 million (~$180 million) in capital investment, with a final investment decision expected in early 2024 and commissioning in the first half of 2025. Once operational, this project will provide enough hydrogen fuel to support over 1,000 Class 8 trucks or buses per day.
Through Berlin in the Toyota Mirai – with the fuel cell taxi from Uber
Hyperion Unveils Mobile Station to Solve EV Infrastructure Puzzle
Many experts believe that this lack of refueling, and recharging infrastructure is the largest barrier to FCEV and BEV adoption. Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations™ can travel to and from existing gas stations, big box stores, and other high-traffic locations to meet real-time demand.
Hyperion’s mobilized station contains a hydrogen dispenser for FCEVs and an optional DC fast-charger for BEVs. This enables it to service two separate vehicle segments simultaneously at lower cost and risk compared with permanently installed charging stations or hydrogen dispensers. FCEV customers can refuel in 5 minutes and most BEV customers can recharge 80% of their battery in under 20 minutes.
Honda To Begin U.S. Production of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles in 2024
The new CR-V-based FCEV also will mark North America’s first production vehicle to combine a plug-in feature with FCEV technology in one model, which enables the driver to charge the onboard battery to deliver EV driving around town with the flexibility of fast hydrogen refueling for longer trips.
“Honda established our goal to realize carbon neutrality by 2050 and the complete electrification of our vehicle lineup by 2040 is critical to achieving it,” said Gary Robinson, vice president of Auto Planning & Strategy for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “As we accelerate our plan to produce Honda battery EVs in the United States, we also will begin low volume production of fuel cell electric vehicles there to further explore their great potential as part of a sustainable transportation future.”
The New Clean Hydrogen Production Tax Credit, Explained
Norled’s hydrogen-powered double-ender HYDRA is fitted with two fuel cells
Caterpillar highlights hydrogen storage and fuel cell plans at Arizona demonstration site
If The Electric Car Revolution Sputters, Hydrogen Could Still Succeed
Pasadena startup seeks concrete solutions to cement’s carbon problem Cement plants still spew greenhouse gas. But that has to change, as state deadlines loom.
Toyota Mirai drivers consider the car their daily workhorse; Sales of the Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle may be small since its launch eight years ago, but those owners are using their cars in a big way.
More than 9 in 10 owners (92 percent) use their Mirais as their primary household vehicles, said Craig Scott, director of fuel cell solutions for Toyota Motor North America. Scott said less than two-thirds of battery-electric vehicle owners say the same.
First hydrogen-powered transit bus in LA County hits streets in December, starting new trend
The first hydrogen-powered public bus in Los Angeles County will go into service early next month, a historic milestone that will unleash an army of similar, zero-emission buses that don’t connect to the power grid and run longer without refueling.
California Releases World’s First Plan to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Pollution
“The California Hydrogen Coalition supports the Scoping Plan’s bold framework of action that is inclusive of clean and renewable hydrogen. Paired with Governor Newsom’s and the Legislature’s creation of ARCHES to leverage federal funding opportunities, the Scoping Plan supports hydrogen as a mitigation tool for short-lived but potent methane emissions and the management of biomass without combustion in addition to enabling deeper penetration of renewable electricity by providing greater grid resiliency and reliability. Decarbonized and renewable hydrogen in fuel cells for zero-emission transportation, transit, goods movement, industrial activities, and power will enable California to cost-effectively achieve carbon neutrality. We look forward to CARB adopting the Scoping Plan.” – Teresa Cooke, Executive Director, California Hydrogen Coalition
Green hydrogen for the decarbonization of Chile: certification as an essential step
Portugal seeks to become major exporter of green hydrogen
Hydrogen Finally Getting Its Day: A raft of hydrogen investments is underway as California mandates the phase-out of diesel trucks and U.S. and EU policy makers plot a divorce from Russian oil and gas.
Fincantieri Delivers First Viking Cruise Ship With Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Nel and GM collaborate on cost competitive renewable hydrogen production
GM is developing and commercializing both HYDROTEC hydrogen fuel cell and Ultium battery technologies that deliver where it matters most: performance and cost. This is opening new revenue potential for GM as industries – including freight trucking, aerospace, power generation and locomotive – turn to GM to improve performance and reduce emissions.
As GM has made major steps and gained expertise with fuel cells, the two companies see substantial synergies by transferring this to Nel’s PEM platform.
Governor Hochul Announces Ten Grand Prize Winners in the $85 Million New York Clean Transportation Prizes Program
New York City:
Accelerating New York Fuel Cell Bus & Hydrogen Infrastructure Deployments led by Krueger Transport
Electrifying School Buses in the Bronx led by New York City School Bus Umbrella Services
DOE Announces H2 Twin Cities 2022 Winners
The U.S. city of Lancaster, California, and Namie Town in Japan will serve as mentors to Hawai’i County, Hawaii, in this H2 Twin Mentor-Mentee Cities partnership.
Trucking World Endorses Toyota’s Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cells as a Step Toward a Cleaner Planet
The recently completed ‘Shore to Store’ ZANZEFF project at the Port of Los Angeles showed hydrogen-powered trucks performing well in a punishing environment
Trucking customers and drivers appear ready for Toyota’s fuel-cell modules, to start in 2023 in Georgetown, Kentucky