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Nissan is testing the Leaf EV as part of an energy management system including “Leaf to Home” technology.
Nissan Motor Corporation has begun testing a system to use electric vehicle technology to help power grids cope with peaks in demand. The energy management system has the potential to help ensure continuity of supply during natural disasters. It could also make electricity from renewable sources, like the wind or sun, more viable by storing […]
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Transport featured at Green Week in Brussels
The Green Week, Europe’s biggest yearly conference on environment policy, took place from 3 to 5 June in Brussels. At this year’s edition, civil society, national and EU representatives discussed about the shortcomings of the linearity of today’s economy. Indeed, industrial processes deplete finite reserves to create products that end up in landfills or in incinerators. […]
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EV boost in UK – rapid charge point at every petrol station by March 2015
The deputy prime minister of the UK, Nick Clegg, announced a £500 million (€600 million) into electric cars. The funding will boost the ultra low emissions vehicle industry and help drivers afford and feel more confident using electric cars, with another im being to create jobs, reduce emissions and set the agenda for the industry, […]
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Air Products signs first ever UK commercial lease for a Hyundai hydrogen powered car to join its business fleet
Air Products will lease a Hyundai ix35 hydrogen fuel cell car as part of the London Hydrogen Network Expansion (LHNE) consortium project London, UK Air Products (NYSE:APD), announced on 20 January 2014 that it has signed a leasing contract for a new Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle to be delivered in April this year. This […]
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The City of Copenhagen inaugurated the first of three new hydrogen-filling stations and put 15 new hydrogen-powered vehicles into service
The sun was shining from a clear sky, when close to 150 guests on Monday the 3rd of June participated in the City of Copenhagen’s inauguration of the first of three new hydrogen-filling stations. Also, on this occasion, 15 of the world’s first series-produced fuel cell electric vehicles were handed over to the City of […]
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Hyundai joined the London Hydrogen Partnership
International car manufacturer Hyundai Motor Company has joined the Mayor’s London Hydrogen Partnership (LHP) and has committed to work together to bring hydrogen and fuel cell technology to the capital, the Greater London Authority (GLA) has announced. Hyundai joined the LHP on 22 April, and the car manufacturer said it was currently working to produce […]
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Expert symposium: Hydrogen Transport in European Cities
Date: 9 April, 2013
On 9 April 2013, an expert symposium is organised by the EU co-funded Hydrogen Transport in European Cities (HyTEC) project in Hambourg, Germany. The event will aim at exploring all the necessary steps at local level to support the early commercialisation phase of hydrogen vehicle roll-out in Europe. Experts from European cities and local decision-makers […]
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Hyundai started production line of fuel cell vehicles
On 26 February 2012, Hyundai delivered the first white Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicle at the company’s Ulsan manufacturing facility at a launch event.   Hyundai is the first manufacturer to begin assembly-line production of zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered vehicles for fleet use. “With the ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle, Hyundai is leading the way into the zero-emissions future,” said […]
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EcoDolomites 2012 video features H2 Road Tour

On 19-22 September 2012 the H2 Road Tour stopped in Bozen/Bolzano, the only stage in Italy, before moving to Paris. On 19 September the IIT, Institute for Innovative Technologies LTD, responsible for the hydrogen refuelling station in the Clean Hydrogen in European Cities (CHIC) project, hosted the opening event at the new hydrogen production plant in Bozen/Bolzano. 

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Commissioner for Climate Action test drives HyTEC fuel cell vehicle
On 21 September 2012, the Sound region between Denmark and Sweden organised a conference to present several EU projects. The event attended the European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard who drove one of the fuel cell electric vehicles provided by Hyundai. Nine of the fuel cell vehicles are funded by EU in the Hydrogen […]
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The City of Copenhagen receives 15 fuel cell vehicles from Hyundai
The City of Copenhagen signed a contract with Hyundai for leasing 15 zero-emission fuel cell vehicles which will be delivered in April 2013 and 3 fueling stations in the Greater Copenhagen area within 2015. The City of Copenhagen is a partner in the EU co-funded Hydrogen in the Hydrogen Transport for European Cities (HyTEC) project […]
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