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.

Arcola Energy to collaborate for developing the first Scottish hydrogen-based train

Arcola Energy, a UK hydrogen and fuel cell integration company, is appointed to deliver a production-ready hydrogen-powered train by November…

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Nikola wants to buy cheap electricity to make hydrogen

Nikola Corp., an electric-truck startup, seeks a deal with Arizona Public Service Co (APS) for a cheap electricity supply to…

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ABB and AFC Energy partners to develop hydrogen fuel cell-based chargers

ABB partnered with AFC Energy to develop high power electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions for grid constrained locations. The charging…

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Indian Oil Corp to buy 15 PEM fuel cell buses

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the country largest refiner and fuel retailer, plans to procure 15 Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel…

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SSB opened its first hydrogen filling station at Gaisburg

SSB is to provide hydrogen to its fuel cell bus fleet and opened the first hydrogen filling station at Gaisburg…

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Shell received funding from CEC for hydrogen refilling infrastructure

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has awarded $7.3 million to Shell Hydrogen to support hydrogen stations network in California. If…

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Canadian Pacific to build the first hydrogen based locomotive

Canadian Pacific, a transcontinental rail company operating in Canada and the US, plans for the first North American hydrogen-powered locomotive…

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Everfuel and H2Fuel Norway to build a hydrogen fuel station

Everfuel and H2Fuel Norway plan to develop a new hydrogen fueling station in Kjelsrud, Oslo. The project is expected to…

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Toyota launches second generation Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle

Toyota Motor Corp introduced the second generation of Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCV), improving its fuel efficiency and expanding…

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