Honda equips an FCX Clarity with a mobile power supply system and reveals a new solar-powered hydrogen-fueling station in Japan.
Forget electric cars and stuff hybrids -- fuel cell vehicles are the future. We've just spent some time behind the wheel of a Honda FCX Clarity and we're pretty convinced this is what your kids'll be driving when you go grey.
The GreenGT LMP H2, a hydrogen-electric car, has officially been invited by the organisers of Le Mans to take part in the 2012 endurance race.
If you're ready to move on to the greener pastures of fuel cell technology, geography is the single biggest factor limiting your ability to drive a hydrogen powered vehicle.
SunHydro opened its first solar hydrogen fueling station in Connecticut last week, marking what the company hopes will be the start of the East Coast hydrogen highway.
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Last December, James May, co-host of the UK car show 'Top Gear,' flew to LA to test drive the Honda FCX Clarity, which he calls "the most important car since the car was invented."
Hydrogen is energy intensive, derived from nonrenewable resources, and is expensive to produce and transport, so don't expect to find it at the pump anytime soon. Unless you're in Italy.
Starting in 2011, expect the regular highway lanes to be crowded with about 85,000 more vehicles, as the HOV access comes to an end for hybrids. But the free ride continues for zero-emissions vehicles like the Tesla Roadster and Nissan Leaf.
Toyota and three other Japanese automakers together with a power company have set up a group to promote electric vehicles by standardising recharging machines and marketing the technology abroad.