Tag Archive for 'hydrogen'

Hyundai Crowned King of Fuel Cell EVs


Hyundai’s Tucson Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) was the only FCEV to earn a perfect score at the recent 2007 Challenge Bibendum in Shanghai. The Tucson hereby smashed teams from Daimler AG, GM and Nissan.
“This result once again confirms that Hyundai┬┤s fuel cell technology is among the front-runners in the industry ,” said Kwon Moon-Shik, […]

First Solar-Hydrogen Home


It seems that Michael Strizki is turning into a celebrity. The New Jersey-based civil engineer made news by taking his home off the circuit entirely, by relying on an elaborate and costly setup combining solar power and hydrogen - so he can still have electricity on cloudy days and at night. On the one hand, […]

PAC-Car: How is this for fuel efficiency?


This post first appeared some time ago on The Mildly Entertaining Blog.
When a friend recently told me about a vehicle that goes by the strange name of the “PAC-Car”, I rather reluctantly read up on it, not expecting much. Minutes later though, I found myself gripped by this fascinating project. The PAC-Car is the vehicle […]

Did you know?

In 2010, there will be 4200km of new highways in and around Shanghai, China that didn't exist in 2000. Varese, a town in Northern Italy, runs on 100% renewable power. The town uses a mix of wind, solar and small-scale hydropower. The town has reaped benefits from the energy network through added jobs, and an additional 350,000 euros [US $514,000] in revenues that are handed over to the council each year.


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