In 2017 World First Plug-in Fuel-Cell Car goes into production
Mercedes-Benz will start selling a plug-in fuel-cell version of its GLC compact crossover from 2017. The model's fuel-cell stack was developed in Vancouver with a Ford.. More info >>
AREVA H2 Gen inaugurates the first French electrolysers plant
AREVA H2 Gen inaugurated on 24 June 2016 the first French plant to manufacture electrolysers in the presence of Mrs Segolène Royal, French Minister of.. More info >>
Dutch Provinces sign letter of intent to expand FC buses fleet
During the TEN-T Days, held in Rotterdam from 20th to 22nd of June 2016, Dutch Regional Authorities with the support of the Dutch Government express.. More info >>
First Toyota Mirai in Norway delivered to Uno-X Hydrogen
Following the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany and Belgium, Norway is the 5th European country to start selling the Toyota Mirai More info >>
Diesel engines will account for only 9% of new-car sales in Europe by 2030
Diesel engines will account for 9 percent of new-car sales in Europe by 2030 – down from about 50 percent today – as automaker are.. More info >>
Washington DC hydrogen station opened in time for new president
A week after another it announced another $ 13 mln of FCH  funding for 8 projects in advanced hydrogen storage and fuel cell performance and durability. ,.. More info >>
HyRESPONSE final workshop
HyResponse final Workshop (15 -16 September 2016, ENSOSP, Aix-en-Provence) European hydrogen emergency response training program for first responders Hydrogen and Fuel Cell (FCH) technologies and applications.. More info >>
Long awaited HRS standard published
ISO on July 5 published a new Technical Specification ISO/TS 19880-1, Gaseous hydrogen — fueling stations — Part 1: General requirements, which is a.. More info >>
Norway getting High!
On June 15, 2016 the Norsk Parliament approved  recommendations of the Energy and Environment Committee to begin construction of a national network of hydrogen stations,starting.. More info >>
MS noses point to the same wind direction
A memorandum of understanding was sigend on June 6, 2016 in Luxenbourg between Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden  to.. More info >>