fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs)
California will need to double its public EV charging infrastructure between 2030 and 2035, according to a new report by the state's Energy Commission.
A New Jersey report focuses on the development of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles as an alternative to battery-powered EVs for long haul heavy-duty trucks, buses and other industrial vehicles.
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency has concluded that hydrogen will be a factor in long-distance heavy-duty trucking.
Growth in the number of hydrogen fueling stations accelerated in California, but the state is likely a year behind on its 100-station goal.
$8 billion in funding for hydrogen hubs is "a start" but won't solve all the challenges the industry faces, panelists said at Infocast’s Hydrogen Hubs Summit.
A price increase for certain Tesla models has made them ineligible for Calif.’s clean vehicle rebate incentives, potentially slashing demand for the incentive.
A recent study concluded that diverting 15% of Ohio’s current Utica shale gas production to create hydrogen would be sufficient to satisfy existing demand.
By 2035, zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles should be no more expensive than those that run on diesel, according to a new study from NREL.
California’s hydrogen fueling network must expand beyond ports if the state is to meet its zero-emission vehicle goals, speakers said during a workshop.
Municipal utility Seattle City Light wants the same legislative green light to manufacture hydrogen for fuel as Washington’s PUDs have received.
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