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    Official: Southern California gets one more hydrogen fueling station [w/video]

    This would really be news is if a publicly accessible hydrogen refueling station was opening outside of Southern California. But we'll have to wait a bit more for that. What we have here is Cal State Los Angeles announcing that a new hydrogen station is up and running as of Wednesday. And it's ...

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    Official: California puts legislative muscle, $2b behind hydrogen fueling stations

    Last week, California regulators approved a bill that will fund more fleet purchases of zero-emissions vehicles while setting up a network of hydrogen refueling stations throughout the most populous US state. Assembly Bill 8, which is expected to be signed by Governor Jerry Brown, will provide ...

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    Report: Japan sets up hydrogen 'task force' to advance fuel-cell infrastructure

    We're not sure how "hydrogen superhighway" translates in Japanese, but it looks like Japan is looking to promote the kind of public-private partnership to accelerate hydrogen-refueling infrastructure that the US government has espoused at various times, Hydrogen Fuel News reports. Japan will set ...

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    Official: Honda joins H2USA to ready infrastructure for hydrogen vehicles

    Honda has joined up with industry colleagues and become a member of the H2USA partnership dedicated to the development and commercialization of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The US Department of Energy program was started up last month and includes Toyota, Mercedes, Hyundai, Nissan and other ...

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    Official: Infographic: California hydrogen fuel cell group lays out H2 vehicle roadmap

    If you're interested in learning more about the future of fuel cell vehicles in the Golden State, the California Fuel Cell Partnership would like to present you with a couple of options: an infographic with facts and figures or a report called "A California Road Map: The Commercialization of ...

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    Report: California revokes 'hydrogen highway' grants

    Total Recall? That Arnold Schwarzenegger film title may be apropos for the California Energy Commission's decision last week to at least temporarily revoke about $27 million in grants earmarked for a string of hydrogen refueling stations through the state formerly governed by the action-film ...

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    Video: Schwarzenegger promises "Hydrogen Highway" efforts will continue

    Gov. Schwarzenegger speaks at hydrogen conference – Click above to watch video after the jump
    Speaking at the National Hydrogen Association Conference and Expo this week, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vowed that the state's "Hydrogen Highway" would continue to expand after his ...

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    Israeli researchers develop small, lightweight hydrogen storage tech

    Just a few days ago, we told you about Germany's commitment of $2 billion for the construction of at least 1,000 hydrogen refueling stations. A month ago, we learned about London's decision to build a network of hydrogen filling stations in time for the 2012 Olympics. But, outside of California's ...

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    MIT researchers engineer viruses to split water in search of hydrogen

    The jury is still out on whether hydrogen-fueled cars will be a competitive alternative in the future. BMW still seems to think it will be. Honda hasn't given up on its FCX Clarity hydrogen car either. Cities like London are laying the preliminary groundwork for a network of hydrogen filling ...

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    London to construct its own "hydrogen highway" in time for 2012 Olympics

    Mirroring California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's dream of a "hydrogen highway," London officials have announced their plans to construct a network of hydrogen filling stations in time for the 2012 Olympic games. The H2 filling stations will service a fleet of about 150 hydrogen fuel cell ...

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    Is there real progress happening on the hydrogen highway?

    BMW Hydrogen 7 - click above for high-res image gallery
    So, does Peter Wells, who recently wrote an article called "Hydrogen highways: the concept becoming reality," rely on the hydrogen fantasy themes we discussed recently? Not so much, at least at first. He even admits that the current state of ...

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    Vancouver 2009: fuel cell forklift looks pretty happy

    Ballard fuel cell forklift - Click above for a high-res image gallery
    There's something kind of lighthearted about a giant, lightweight green quote bubble being held aloft by a little blue fork lift. Of course, the Ballard fuel cell forklift wasn't on display here at the Hydrogen + Fuel Cells 2009 ...

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    Schwarzenegger: California will support hydrogen, always

    Gov. Schwarzenegger at the SAE in April - click for a high res gallery
    Previous reports of the death of California's hydrogen highway might have been premature. As part of the 1,700-mile 2009 Hydrogen Road Tour that is currently winding its way from California to Vancouver, BC, California governor ...

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    First hydrogen highway opened in Norway

    Mazda Hydrogen RX-8 - Click above for a high-res image gallery
    Now that Mazda has shipped the first Hydrogen RX8 REs to Norway, our thoughts naturally turn towards the driving experience. Since the biggest question surrounding hydrogen-powered vehicles right now is where to find an appropriate ...

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    Hydrogen highway for the West Coast? How 'bout you add biofuel and CNG and plugs?

    OK, even though the plan to put up the Hydrogen Highway in California has run into trouble, an even bigger, bolder infrastructure plan is gaining ground along the West Coast. The Governors of Washington, Oregon and California are talking about an alt-fuel/alt-energy refueling corridor running up ...

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    Is the Hydrogen Highway going nowhere?

    California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger loves things that start with H, like Hummers and California's Hydrogen Highway. Well, he used to anyway. We know about the Governator's move away from gas-guzzling Hummers and towards greener transportation options. A recent article in the New York Times ...

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    Promising future for hydropower to hydrogen project

    Western New York is hosting a $21 million initiative to harness hydroelectric power to produce hydrogen to supply the state's "hydrogen roadmap." Officials are pleased that the process will not emit greenhouse gasses and will be a "model for meeting the challenges of global climate change." ...


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