fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV)
A more than year-long test of 10 hydrogen-fueled semitrucks demonstrated that the vehicles can perform roughly equally with their 5-year-old diesel equivalents.
A "first-of-its-kind" California program to incentivize medium- and heavy-duty ZEV infrastructure is now accepting applications for hydrogen fueling projects.
A bill to expand the provision of green hydrogen by municipal and rural utilities appears headed for easy sailing through the Washington House.
The Green Hydrogen Coalition sees the nation’s seaports, heavy with air pollution, as an ideal starting place for a hydrogen fuel revolution to begin.
Municipal utility Seattle City Light wants the same legislative green light to manufacture hydrogen for fuel as Washington’s PUDs have received.
Hydrogen emerged as a possible solution to climate change during COP26, but details of the transition are vague, creating opportunity for competing solutions.
The race to make hydrogen the world's transportation and industrial fuel in order to reduce carbon dioxide emissions is well underway.
The gulf between the promise of hydrogen and the ability to make enough of it to help safely decarbonize the grid is a challenge now coming into public focus.
Ten hydrogen fuel cell semi-trucks are beginning a yearlong test of their effectiveness at the Port of Los Angeles.
Connecticut’s EV program got a two-pronged boost with the announcement of improvements to a consumer rebate program and the award of a federal grant.
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