We test-drove the Toyota’s Mirai, the car that Elon Musk hates

By Drew Harwell The Washington Post, (Reprinted from here) WASHINGTON — You expect a certain sort of magic from a car like Toyota’s Mirai, the world’s first mass-market, hydrogen-powered all-electric named after the Japanese word for “future.” It maxes out at 300 miles, refuels in five minutes and spits out zero emissions except for water, […]

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Living with the Hyundai Tucson Fuel-Cell Vehicle

We long for more filling stations Published: February 09, 2015 08:00 AM, ConsumerReports.org We’ve recently rented a fuel-cell powered Hyundai Tucson SUV and spent a few weeks tooling around Connecticut, learning what we can expect from this production-ready car-of-the-perpetual-future. Like any electric vehicle it starts off very smartly. But unlike a Tesla Model S, for […]

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Toyota Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle on Sale in 2015, Debuted at CES 2014

Fuel Cell Today [Original Article] Toyota has unveiled its fuel cell vehicle concept at the opening of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, USA. The car is scheduled for sale to consumers from 2015. Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A. Inc. said: “We aren’t […]

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Why Obama visited Tom Sullivan’s Miami Beach home

South Florida Business Journal [Original article] By Paul Brinkmann Lumber Liquidators founder Tom Sullivan said he hosted President Barack Obama at his home in Miami Beach on June 12 partly to discuss his ideas for hydrogen-fueled cars. Sullivan is a big donor to the Democratic Party and to Obama’s 2012 Victory Fund. The gathering at […]

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A ‘Hydrogen Highway’ in Connecticut?

Newsweek [Original Article] By Daniel Stone Clean and abundant, hydrogen is the fuel of the future—and always will be. Or so the joke goes. In California, for example, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger envisioned 100 auto-ready hydrogen stations along the coast. After five years, however, only a few dozen are in place, and enthusiasm—not to mention funding—has […]

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First Stop On The ‘Hydrogen Highway’

Hartford Courant [Original Article] By By Jim MacPherson, On The Road I’ll be one of the few drivers to be pulling up to the pump at the state’s first public hydrogen refueling station in Wallingford. Proton Energy Systems and its sister company SunHydro recently opened the solar-powered station. It’s the beginning of SunHydro’s “East Coast […]

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SunHydro opens solar hydrogen refueling station in CT

c|net [Original Article] By Liane Yvkoff SunHydro opened its first solar hydrogen fueling station in Connecticut last week, marking what the company hopes will be the start of the East Coast hydrogen highway. SunHydro opened its first solar hydrogen fueling station in Connecticut last week, marking what the company hopes will be the start of […]

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How the “Hydrogen Highway” Survived DOE’s Budget Axe

CBSNews.com [Original Article] By Jim Motavalli Energy Secretary Steven Chu has an on-off relationship to hydrogen. Under his watch, the Department of Energy has clearly favored electric battery cars, providing billions in loans and grants to ensure that the U.S. will not cede the market to Asia. And he tried to dramatically defund hydrogen programs, […]

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Hydrogen Highway Is One Station Closer to Reality

Wired [Original Article] By Keith Barry   A SunHydro hydrogen fueling station has opened in the parking lot of Proton Energy Systems in Wallingford, CT, the first in a network of hydrogen stations that SunHydro’s founder hopes will eventually line the East Coast. Back in January, we first told you about SunHydro’s ambitious plans to open enough […]

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