UK launches new fund to support the adoption of fuel cell vehicles

New fund aims to help ease the adoption of clean vehicles for fleets The United Kingdom government has launched a new fund to encourage more businesses and other organizations to embrace fuel cell vehicles. The fund is called the Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Fleet Support Scheme and is backed by an investment of more than $2.5 million from the UK government. The initiative is meant to enable businesses, police forces, fire brigades, and other groups to add fuel cell vehicles to their existing fleets. These organizations can bid for funding…

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Japan’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure to swell as more fuel cell vehicles hit the road

Japan to work to bring more fuel cell vehicles to the road in the coming years Japan may soon become the largest market for fuel cell vehicles in the world. The government has plans to support clean transportation more aggressively in the near future, bringing fuel cell vehicles to the forefront of the market. Both Toyota and Honda, the country’s largest automakers, are bringing their new fuel cell vehicles to the country and these companies are also investing in the development of a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure. Number of fuel…

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Honda to begin production on new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in 2016

Honda has high hopes for fuel cell vehicles Earlier this year, Honda unveiled its new fuel cell vehicle concept, which managed to attract a great deal of attention and praise. The Japanese automaker was among the very first in the world to release a vehicle equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell: The Honda FCX Clarity. While this vehicle is only available for lease and is in limited supply, it has managed to expose people to the capabilities of fuel cell vehicles. Honda believes that these vehicles will become more prominent…

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Hydrogen fuel usage outlook

Hydrogen Fuel Outlook

  The field of hydrogen fuel as a sustainable and green natural resource is a great idea, but there are many hurdles that keep this technology unable to keep up with the ideals set forth in its production. The gains in hydrogen as fuel may only account for $3 billion in market share by the year 2030. Hydrogen fuel progress slow and steady The high cost of creating, operating, and using hydrogen-based fuel supplies is slowing down the dreams of many for this to be the answer to the US…

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