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Directory:Hydrogen Vehicles

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: See also: PowerPedia:Hydrogen vehicle and Directory:Fuel Efficiency Hydrogen Injection and Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems

Directory of technologies and resources relating to hydrogen-powered vehicles.


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Directory:X Prize:Automotive / Directory:Fuel Efficiency Alternative Fuels > Intergalactic Hydrogen Expects to Win Auto X-Prize - Using off-the-shelf components and technology they have mastered, Tai and Fred Robinson say they can surpass 100 mpg-equivalent using a high-efficiency stock vehicle modified to run on hydrogen. (PESN Aug. 9, 2008)

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Directory:Hydrogen > Directory:Hydrogen Vehicles > Riversimple hydrogen-powdered urban car - The Riversimple Urban Car, a hydrogen-powered two-seater capable of speeds up to 50mph and of traveling more than 200 miles without refueling, was unveiled in London this week. The company's principles including: make the design and development completely open source don't sell cars, but lease them distribute manufacturing to small, local factories.(GizMag June 19, 2009)

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NH² Hydrogen Powered Tractor - The concept behind the New Holland NH2 is to build a zero-emissions tractor with a 106-horsepower electric motor sending power to the four wheels. It might look hot, but its expensive, has a relatively small range, and it isn't going into production until 2013. (YouTube) ('' Feb. 23, 2009)

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Directory:Formula Zero - Hydrogen Racing - The world's first international fuel-cell powered motor racing series kicked off in Rotterdam over the weekend. The organisers hope that 'Formula Zero,' like Formula 1, can become a forum for competing technology as much as anything else, helping green consumer cars to become better. (PESWiki Aug. 29, 2008)

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Directory:Fuel Cells Hydrogen Buses Fuel Seaworld's Latest Environmental Initiative - The Ford E450 shuttles at SeaWorld deliver up to 99.7 percent reduction in C02 emissions and include many of the benefits of a hydrogen fuel cell, but at a fraction of the cost. These Ford E-450 shuttles are powered by internal combustion V-10 engines that are modified to run on hydrogen, rather than gasoline. (Ford Feb. 28, 2008)

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Directory:Hydrogen >Fuel Cell Hydrogen Assisted Sailboat - In 2007 and 2008 Microsec R&D and AGO Environmental Launched Canada's first Hydrogen Assisted Sailboat. In 2008 the University of Victoria's Mechatronics Engineering Program has assisted to increase the fuel cell power to 2000 watts. They are currentlyworking on a solar/fuel cell hybrid design. (Microsec R&D Feb. 26, 2009)


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Current events >Hydrogen Road Tour 2008 - The Hydrogen Road Tour is a two-week trip across the U.S. with more than 30 planned stops beginning on August 11, 2008 to showcase clean, efficient, hydrogen powered cars. The tour seeks to highlight progress made with the development of hydrogen vehicle and fueling technologies. Hydrogen can make the greatest long-term impact on reducing pollution and fuel imports from vehicles. (National Hydrogen Association August 8, 2008)

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Hydrogen—Catch a Glimpse of Our Transportation Future! - Learn about hydrogen as a transportation fuel and talk to the people who are working on the vehicles and fuel of the future. Passenger vehicles and transit buses powered by hydrogen will help promote America’s energy independence, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve air quality while preserving safety and U.S. jobs.(National Hydrogen Association August 11, 2008)
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Hydrogen Cars Go Cross-Country — With Help From Fossil Fuels - BMW, Daimler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen have cars making the road trip, and they'll be joined along the way by fuel cell buses run by some of the nation's six transit agencies that use them. Portable fueling stations will keep the cars going when they aren't being ferried on trucks.(Wired August 11, 2008)