Hyundai has unveiled plans to extend its production of hydrogen fuel-cell technology beyond its cars as part of its ‘FCEV Vision 2030’.
A partnership between Shell and ITM Power has resulted in the opening of the UK’s first hydrogen filling station to share a forecourt with petrol and diesel fuel pumps.
Toyota has targeted the sale of 5.5 million electrified cars per year by the year 2030 as part of a long-term plan which reaffirms the brands commitment to EVs.
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New survey results have shown that 42% of motorists would buy a hydrogen car over electric.
General Motors Co and Honda have announced a manufacturing joint venture to mass produce an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system that will be used to power future products.
Aberdeen City Council is making four ix35 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles available for pay-as-you-go public use and for businesses to trial.
A pair of Hyundai dealerships in London will be named as specialist retailers of the Korean brand’s hydrogen fueled vehicles within the next six months.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has confirmed that Transport for London has will run four Toyota Mirari hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as part of its fleet.
Toyota's first hydrogen fuel cell production cars destines for UK sales have arrived at Portbury
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When: November 12 2020
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