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    Official: GM puts 3 million miles on hydrogen fuel cell test fleet

    Have General Motors' hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles emitted enough water vapor over the past six-plus years to equal the steam coming out of Old Faithful? Not exactly, but GM has released a few figures related to the Project Driveway initiative it began in 2007. The numbers are impressive, if not ...

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    Official: GM's fuel cell Chevy Equinox test fleet goes 3M miles

    General Motors says one of its hydrogen fuel cell Chevrolet Equinox crossovers has driven enough miles to offset more than $18,000 worth of gasoline. Of course, fuel-cell vehicles cost quite a bit more than that to build and hydrogen fuel ain't free, but we'll go along with this. Specifically, GM ...

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    Video: Helen Mirren tries out the Chevrolet fuel cell Equinox

    Helen Mirren in a fuel cell Equinox – Click above to watch video after the jump
    The last time we heard anything about actress Helen Mirren and a car, she was tackling the Top Gear test track in that show's reasonably priced car. Last week, she and her husband director Taylor Hackford were ...

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    Project Driveway moves hydrogen Chevrolet Equinox over to business fleets

    Now that over a million miles have been put on the 100+ Chevrolet Equinox fuel cell vehicles that make up Project Driveway, GM is changing the focus from individual customer test drives to business fleets. As Green Car Advisor points out, the shift makes sense, since it's almost a given that ...

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    Shell opens New York's third hydrogen station in the Bronx

    Chevrolet Equinox - Click above for high-res image gallery
    The reality of hydrogen as an energy carrier for transportation remains a painfully slow development, particularly the distribution of H2. The total number of publicly-accessible hydrogen stations in the United States remains in the few ...

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    Editorial: Henderson's fuel cell 10X cost comments are out of context

    The other day we reported on an interview with General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson published in the Washington Post. While most of the discussion focused on the bailout and bankruptcy, from the perspective of this site, the main items of interest were Henderson's responses to questions relating ...

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    GM's Project Driveway hydrogen fuel cell program passes a million miles

    GM HydroGen4 - Click above for high-res image gallery
    It's been two years since General Motors embarked on its Project Driveway hydrogen fuel cell test program here in the United States. We're not sure exactly what the automaker would consider a successful demonstration, but the fact that the ...

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    GM to hold webchat with Project Driveway manager Mark Vann and one of the drivers, 2pm EDT today

    Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell - click above for high-res gallery
    This week, General Motors' Project Driveway Fuel Cell test program will top the 1 million total mile mark after only two years on the road. GM built over 100 of the hydrogen fueled electric crossovers and they have been in daily use ...

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    Full water ahead: GM reminds us that hydrogen is a "key" long-term solution

    Not that we really expect to hear anything different from GM, but even with the company's most vocal hydrogen proponent Larry Burns set to retire, The General is sticking to the line that it is committed to bringing H2 vehicles to market. Beth Lowery, GM vice president of environment, energy and ...

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    GM delivers 100th fuel cell Chevy Equinox for Project Driveway

    It's been just over a year since General Motors launched its Project Driveway fuel cell field test program. In the 14 months the program has been putting fuel cell powered Chevy Equinoxes in the hands of regular customers, those drivers have accumulated 500,000 miles on the vehicles. Over 3,400 ...

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    GM updates us on Project Driveway

    Click above for more shots of the GM HydroGen4 fuel cell Equinox
    The so-called Hydrogen Economy may still be a very long way into the future, but General Motors cannot be blamed for not doing its part to develop working hydrogen-powered vehicles that are ready for our nation's roadways. For ...

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    Driving impressions of the fuel cell Chevy Equinox

    Here in the Ann Arbor office of ABG we don't have access to a public hydrogen filling station yet. The only ones around here at the EPA national testing lab, the NextEnergy Center in Detroit and at various automakers facilities. That means that we're not eligible to get one of GM's Project Driveway ...

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    GM and Clean Energy to open hydrogen station near LAX

    General Motors is announcing a new partnership today with Clean Energy to install a hydrogen filling station near Los Angeles International Airport. Clean Energy is a California-based company that currently operates 170 compressed natural gas filling stations around the country and the new LAX ...

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    Project Driveway participant starts a blog on Popular Mechanics

    General Motor's Project Driveway campaign began late last year and is expected to continue on for a total of three years. A few of the participants have spoken about their experiences with the hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles, and now one of them will be blogging on Popular Mechanics regarding ...

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    Technical Analysis: 2008 Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell/HydroGen4

    Click on the Equinox Fuel Cell for a high res galleryIn the fall of 2006, General Motors announced plans to launch the largest ever field test of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles with Project Driveway. The intent was to build over 100 fuel cell-powered Chevrolet Equinoxes and provide them to regular ...

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    GM will provide the fuel cell Equinoxes to customers for free

    General Motors is planning to start handing over keys to fuel cell powered Equinoxes to customers of their Project Driveway program in just a few weeks' time and, unlike Honda, they don't plan on charging drivers for the privilege. GM is building up to 150 of the hydrogen-fueled crossovers for what ...

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    Find out if you are eligible to participate in GM's Project Driveway

    This fall GM will be kicking off their Project Driveway program to put fuel cell powered Chevrolet Equinoxes in the hands of customers in various parts of the United States. Right now GM is wrapping up final calibration on the hydrogen fueled crossover and will begin production of 100+ examples ...

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    More details on GM bringing 100 fuel cell vehicles to test market next year

    General Motors is building the world's largest fleet of fuel cell vehicles for real-world testing. The company will place more than 100 Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cells with drivers around the world starting in the fall of 2007. "This is about making it real," said Bryon McCormick, executive director ...

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    GM to build world's largest fuel cell fleet

    Amidst the big news last week regarding the Chevy Sequel fuel cell vehicle, General Motors announced they will build the world's largest fuel cell fleet to date. Dubbed Project Driveway, the fleet will be comprised of more than 100 Chevrolet Equinox SUVs converted to run on hydrogen. According to a ...


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