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Hydrogen fuel explained

Hydrogen fuel is also an energy carrier. Since hydrogen does not occur on Earth in any significant amounts by itself it must be separated from its chemical components such as with methane or water.

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Toshiba’s New Grid Charging Systems for EVs

Toshiba Corporation is proposing the development of an electric vehicle charging system—the “Charge Grid”—that features the deployment of its Li-ion battery storage systems in various areas.

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4,400 Charging Stations free for Chevrolet Volt Owners

GM announced that the first buyers of the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle with extended-range capability will be eligible for one of 4,400 free home charging stations. The program will provide Volt owners with a 240-volt charge station from either ECOtality, Inc. or Coulomb Technologies. In many cases, it will include the cost of home installation.

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Partnership for Zero-Emission Vehicles

The Renault-Nissan Alliance (the Alliance) and the city of Wellington in New Zealand have formed a partnership to explore the development of a Zero Emission Vehicles program. The two organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today under which a working team of representatives from the City Council and Nissan will identify potential areas of […]

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SimplexGrinnell turns to Ford’s hybrids to cut gas emission

Safety and security products manufacturer SimplexGrinnell with their headquarter in Boca Raton, Florida operates in 150 locations in North America.

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