Hydrogen
06
February
2013

Green cars of today have hybrid engines and plug in outlets. But what could the green car of tomorrow have? Beginning in 2020, most cars will have to have a fuel economy of better than 50 miles per gallon, a far stretch from what’s currently offered. Thankfully, there are some interesting technologies and concepts that will allow the automakers to reach those insane miles per gallon numbers quicker than you might think.

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17
October
2008

Mazda Motor Corporation today introduced the Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE (Rotary Engine) vehicle to […]

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18
April
2008

UK’s first hydrogen fuel station has opened at Birmingham University, despite a shortage of […]

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10
July
2007

Ford Motor Company will take its 10 years of hydrogen research expertise to the […]

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03
April
2007

Experiencing the future in BMW Hydrogen 7BMW is the world’s first car maker to present a hydrogen-drive car which has successfully completed the process of series development: The BMW Hydrogen 7 with its hydrogen combustion engine is the result of a consistent development strategy now rendering this trendsetting concept of sustained…

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19
February
2007

The much talked about California Hydrogen Highway project, initiated by Governor Schwarzenegger, is intended […]

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