Iran Researchers Experiment with Hydrogen Cars

Researchers at Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran are experimenting with a “chemical car” that runs on a hydrogen liquid chemical carrier. According to MehrNews.com, “In order to solve the energy crisis in the future, some of the researchers of Amirkabir University of Technology produced chemical cars with environmentally ...

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Mercedes Benz F 015 Spied Tooling Around San Francisco

So which is cooler, hydrogen cars or driverless cars? And why can’t we have both? That’s what Mercedes-Benz is saying with their autonomous f 015 fuel cell vehicle. Reddit user SFChillin spotted the car cruising the streets of San Francisco a couple of weekends ago. 7X7.com picked up on the ...

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Shell Opens Hydrogen Fueling Station in Germany

In Hamburg, Germany Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH opened its first CEP approved hydrogen fueling station. The technology for the H2Station was created by H2 Logic. According to H2 Logic, “The fueling station is the first in Germany to obtain a 2014 approval from the Public-Private Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) after ...

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NanoFlowcell QUANTiNO Water Fuel Cell Car Stuff

So, is the nanoFlowcell QUANTiNO a hydrogen fuel cell car or not? This may be a tough call. The vehicle doesn’t use a traditional hydrogen fuel cell with compressed H2 gas and oxygen from the air flowing over the polymer exchange membrane (PEM). Instead the nanoFlowcell uses an ionic liquid ...

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France Fuel Cell Businesses Face Off with Japanese Market

The French say “in your face” when it comes to introducing fuel cells to the Japanese market. Last month I had talked about 5 plug-in hybrid fuel cell Renault Kangoo ZE vehicles with Symbio FCell Range-Extenders rolling out in France. This month, 3 French fuel cell companies, McPhy, PaxiTech and ...

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