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Toyota to Assemble Fuel Cell Modules at Kentucky Plant in 2023
The dual fuel cell modules, which are a key component of an overall FC kit, weigh approximately 1,400 pounds and can deliver up to 160kW of continuous power. The FC kit also includes a high voltage battery, electric motors, transmission and hydrogen storage assembly from top-tier suppliers. Toyota will also offer its powertrain integration expertise that will help truck manufacturers adapt these emissions-free drivetrain systems to a wide variety of applications in the heavy-duty trucking sector.
Hyundai Mobis to sink $1.1bln into building two fuel cell plants in S. Korea
The car component maker's investment is aimed at responding preemptively to rapid growth in the global fuel cell market that is projected to reach $28.9 billion in 2028.
Investors See Green Hydrogen Advancing as China Signals Support
More than 20 provinces and 40 cities in China have published development plans worth trillions of yuan for hydrogen energy facilities, according to the state-run Economic Daily. The country delivered 558 fuel-cell buses in the first six months of 2021, compared with 17,000 battery electric buses deployed in the second quarter of this year alone, according to BNEF.
SWITCH Maritime and All American Marine Announce the Launch and Operational Trials of the Sea Change, the World’s First Commercial Vessel Powered 100% by Hydrogen Fuel Cell
All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) and the vessel owner SWITCH Maritime (SWITCH) are pleased to announce the launch and operational trials of Sea Change, a 70-foot, 75-passenger zero-emissions, hydrogen fuel cell-powered, electric-drive ferry that will operate in the California Bay Area. This will be the first hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the US, representing a monumental step in the US maritime industry’s transition to a sustainable future. The ferry was developed and constructed to demonstrate a pathway to commercialization for zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell marine technologies.
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Hydrogen could fill multiple gaps in the US energy system, but will energy regulations allow it to? Experts say green hydrogen will require a regulatory framework unlike any other in the energy industry.
"One of the things that gets lost when we have a conversation about the grid, is once the hydrogen is available, it has all this utility outside the power grid," Edwards said. "A grid operator managing a hydrogen storage facility doesn't have to sell it as electricity to go back into the grid. ... That is one of the places hydrogen has this strength of flexibility, but it means the regulatory framework needs to be flexible in that same sense."
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Shell to develop multi-modal hydrogen station in California
Once operational the station will serve hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars, heavy-duty trucks and locomotives.
GM Teases Two New Zero-Emission Commercial Vehicles, a Truck and a Van; Electric Chevy cargo van and hydrogen fuel-cell truck could replace or complement the current Express van and the Silverado 4500HD
Biden Sets Goals for Boosting Electric Car Sales, Fuel Efficiency
The White House said in a statement the target would include battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell electric vehicles.
Fresno’s FAX System to Roll Out Electric Buses
The completed fleet will consist of 67 battery electric buses, 66 hydrogen fuel cell electric buses, and 65 smaller, paratransit electric buses.
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'Nearly everything doubled this year in clean hydrogen': BNEF report
“Nearly everything has doubled already this year in the world of clean hydrogen, and we expect the momentum to continue in the months ahead,” said Martin Tengler, lead hydrogen analyst at BNEF.
“More than 40 countries have now published a hydrogen strategy or are developing one. More than 90 projects are being planned worldwide to use hydrogen in industry. Electricity generators have almost doubled their planned hydrogen-fired turbine capacity since January.”
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California Fuel Cell Partnership Envisions 70,000 Heavy-Duty Fuel Cell Electric Trucks Supported by 200 Hydrogen Stations in-State by 2035
"Getting to a zero-emission future requires the partnership of government and industry, and the utilization of every tool at our disposal," said Jerome Gregeois, Director Commercial Vehicles Development at Hyundai-Kia and chair of the CaFCP board of directors. "At Hyundai-Kia, we know that battery and fuel cell electric technologies are needed to meet the diverse needs of our customers."
"The successful rollout of heavy-duty, zero-emission trucks requires the interplay of several key elements. In the case of FCETs, that includes synchronizing vehicle rollout with hydrogen fueling infrastructure, and renewable and zero-carbon hydrogen production," said Joe Cappello, CEO of Iwatani Corporation of America and vice chair of CaFCP.
"California has set aggressive goals to achieve zero-emission fleets across vehicle categories, including cars, buses, and trucks," said Bill Elrick, executive director of CaFCP. "We can only achieve these goals through collaboration between government and private industry, and policies that promote and attract investment. The time to act – and invest – is now, if we intend to transition quickly and successfully to a self-sustaining market."