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Toyota aims for 90pc CO2 cut by 2050

Toyota aims for 90pc CO2 cut by 2050

Auto giant Toyota has released am ambitious plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from its new vehicle sales in 2050 globally by 90 percent on 2010 levels average. Most Toyota v ...

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Honda to debut FCV

Honda to debut FCV

Honda is entering the market for fuel cell vehicles with the announcement that it will showcase its new FCV at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show later this month. “The all-new FCV fea ...

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FVC Mirai set for California launch

FVC Mirai set for California launch

Toyota has fielded around 600 expressions of interest in California for its Mirai fuel cell vehicle, which will become available in the US in the northern autumn. Toyota has start ...

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US130m Japan fund for hydrogen refuelling

US130m Japan fund for hydrogen refuelling

Japan’s push for fuel cell vehicles is accelerating, with the announcement of US$130 million in subsidies to operators of hydrogen refuelling stations. The country’s three top car ...

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Ballard deal pushes fuel-cell buses for China

Ballard deal pushes fuel-cell buses for China

Canadian fuel-cell developer Ballard Power Systems has announced a US$10 million contract to develop buses for two Chinese cities. Under the deal Ballard will deliver products and ...

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Toyota and Mazda to team up on FCEVs

Toyota and Mazda to team up on FCEVs

Japanese auto leaders Toyota and Mazda are reportedly set to expand their co-operation and exchange more fuel cell technology. According to the Nikkei business daily, Toyota plans ...

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Toyota launches “hydrogen future”

Toyota launches “hydrogen future”

Toyota has held a launch ceremony for its new Mirai fuel cell vehicle at the production plant in central Japan, with the company’s president saying the car “will help Japan take t ...

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Japanese automakers co-operate on FCV infrastructure

Japanese automakers co-operate on FCV infrastructure

Japanese carmakers Toyota, Nissan and Honda have agreed to work together to create fuel station infrastructure for hydrogen vehicles in Japan. The three manufacturers all have mat ...

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Global safety rules for FCVs

Global safety rules for FCVs

Regulatory barriers to the use of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles continue to come down, with 51 countries this week agreeing to relax inspection regulations on the vehicles. The coun ...

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Toyota releases fuel cell patents

Toyota releases fuel cell patents

Japanese auto giant Toyota, has followed the lead of Korea’s Hyundai and released patents related to hydrogen fuel cell technology in an effort to drive momentum in the developmen ...

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