Toyota and Hino Motors partner to develop heavy-duty fuel cell truck

Heavy-duty trucks account for about 60% of the total carbon dioxide emissions from commercial vehicles operating in the firms’ home market of Japan

Researchers find new fuel cell tech in ‘needle in a haystack’ discovery

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen say a new family of chemical compounds collectively known as hexagonal perovskites could be used to drive down emissions

Nel to provide tech to support hydrogen-powered mining truck

The firm has received a purchase order for a 3.5MW electrolyser from ENGIE, which will be used to produce renewable hydrogen fuel for mining company Anglo American

Carbon dioxide emissions
ExxonMobil expands carbon capture tech agreement

It has signed a two-year deal with FuelCell Energy worth $60 million to further develop the technology

Could solid oxide fuel cells cut emissions from shipping by 45%?

Fuel cell firm Bloom Energy and shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries have teamed up to further develop the technology, which converts gas into power through an electrochemical reaction

International Olympic Committee gets a gold for its hydrogen fleet

The organisation has received eight zero-emission gas-powered cars from Toyota

Hydrogen drone stays in the air for nearly 11 hours

South Korean firm MetaVista Inc and UK-based firm Intelligent Energy worked together to develop the technologies used

Hyundai
Hydrogen and Hyundai – a match made in heaven?

The ‘parts and service’ arm of the South Korean carmaker has installed a hydrogen-powered emergency generation system

Estonian firm lent €12m to commercialise fuel cell tech

It plans to manufacture around two million cells per year, accounting for an electrical capacity of 50MW

Winners of £14m hydrogen vehicle competition revealed

The innovative technology the vehicles use has long range and fast refuelling capability