Thursday, September 15, 2016

Fuel cell vehicles set to see a boom in growth in the coming years

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Fuel cell vehicles set to see a boom in growth in the coming years

Fuel cell vehicles set to see a boom in growth in the coming years

Fuel cells are becoming more popular in the transportation space Fuel cell vehicles will become the fastest growing segment within the transportation market by 2050, according to a new report from Information Trends. The  […]Read the full story
Report predicts more than 20 million fuel cell vehicles to be available by 2032

Report predicts more than 20 million fuel cell vehicles to be available by 2032

Report highlights the growing promise of the fuel cell market A new report from Information Trends predicts that fuel cell vehicles will be much more plentiful in the relatively near future. Hydrogen fuel cells are quickly […]Read the full story
Hyundai to launch new pilot project focused on fuel cell vehicles

Hyundai to launch new pilot project focused on fuel cell vehicles

Hyundai will be introducing a new car-sharing and taxi service South Korean automaker Hyundai has announced that it will launch a new pilot project that will take place in South Gyeongsang and South Jeolla. The project is part […]Read the full story

 

 

 

 

 
Are Japan's renewable energy project goals fizzling out?

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The Fukushima nuclear plant disaster encouraged the country to make some ambitious plans. Five years have passed since the renewable energy project goals were set in Japan. Alternative energy sources became a priority . […]Read the full story

 

 


 
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