Automotive & Locomotive

In this news section, H2 Bulletin covers all the hydrogen industry news which have implications for the automotive sector. It covers all forms of land transportation, including all types of vehicles including light vehicles, medium & heavy vehicles, and locomotive.

Startup FCET and NextGenPropulsion joins for fuel cells in trains

Fuel Cell Enabling Technologies Inc (FCET), a US-based energy technology startup, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with NextGenPropulsion…

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Toyota Mirai dominated the Spanish market in 2020

Hydrogen fuel cell cars registration in Spain reached seven units in 2020 compared to one unit in 2019. The month…

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Nouveau Monde expects graphite extraction in Q1

Nouveau Monde Graphite (NMG) expects to get government authorisation for Matawinie graphite mine in the first quarter this year. It…

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Hyundai receives green light for building hydrogen fuel cell plant in China

The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has allowed Hyundai to export its fuel cell technology outside Korea.…

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Granada to introduce hydrogen-powered garbage vehicles

The Granada City Council ratified the Mayor’s Office EUR ~720,000 grant approval from the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving…

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Portugal to install first hydrogen fuelling station in 2021

Caetano Bus to install the country’s first hydrogen fuelling station over the coming nine months in Ovar, Portugal. The president…

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Hyundai to expand hydrogen fuel cell technology to more sectors

Hyundai Motor Group plans to expand its hydrogen energy technology beyond vehicles. It plans to push the technology to power…

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Volvo aims for hydrogen fuel cell trucks within ten years

Volvo is starting sales of heavy-duty electric trucks in Europe from 2021 with production starting in 2022. The company has…

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Israel’s Bazan Group to develop hydrogen infrastructure for the transport sector

The Bazan Group, an oil refining and petrochemicals company in Israel, has recently announced a NIS 12 million ($3.7 million)…

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Air Liquide starts a new hydrogen station in Japan

Air Liquide Japan opened a new hydrogen station in Nagoya Odaka, Japan under a joint venture with Japan H2 Mobility…

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