The budget cut for hydrogen-powered vehicles is the result of a thorough analysis of the new circumstances, not of a political conclusion based on regime change. The government is still making considerable efforts to increase the number of hydrogen-powered vehicles available.
CMB seeks to significantly reduce the environmental impact of truck transportation.
In a three-year agreement, South Korean car giant Hyundai Motor Group will provide more than 1,000 hydrogen fuel-cell systems to a German manufacturer of environmentally friendly vehicles.
With large-scale transportation set to start in 2026, Provaris Energy has obtained the first design approval for a compressed hydrogen carrier.
Volkswagen is holding its cards close to its chest as several automakers investigate hydrogen as an alternative fuel to power cars in a cleaner world.
In order for the maritime sector to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, emissions must be cut by 45 percent from 2010 levels in 2030 and reach zero by 2050.
Toyota and BMW are among the major Japanese and German manufacturers that are entering the hydrogen-powered vehicle industry, which is currently dominated by Hyundai Motor Co.
Amogy and Ballard Power Systems have a deal for the sale of fuel cell engines for use in ammonia-to-power maritime applications.
South Korean’s Hyundai Motor Co. easily defeated its Japanese rivals to lead the world in hydrogen car sales in the first ten months of this year.
Toyota is adamant that it is premature to concentrate on a single zero-emissions solution, therefore it is simultaneously developing technology for hydrogen fuel cells, hydrogen combustion engines, and battery electric vehicles.