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Hawaii's Amazing Hydrogen Fuel Project Implemented by 2015

The Hawaiian island of Oahu is about to make a huge progress in the alternative energy field compared to the rest of the country, regarding the creation of a new era for energy infrastructure and environmentally-friendly transportation.

Market Analysis Company Predicts Cheaper Fuel Cells Within Few Years

RNCOS, a market analysis company, has evaluated the development of the fuel cell industry and recently published a research report called “Fuel Cell Industry Analysis.” The report says that the global fuel cell industry will sustain its development trend in the near future.

Hyundai i-Blue Concept to Become Reality in 2012

Hyundai plans to become a leader in the field of electric and hybrid vehicles. So far the company has revealed numerous concepts and production vehicles. Among them is the 2007 Hyundai i-Blue, a zero-emissions concept car powered by hydrogen and by the last generation of fuel cell technology that the automaker has.

Hyundai FCV Fuel Cell Car To Be Launched 3 Years Earlier Than Toyota's

Fuel cell cars have just begun to show up shyly, and the competition is already high in this field. Toyota, who announced a $50,000 price tag on their first hydrogen fuel cell car, is being beaten by Hyundai, who announced their first fuel cell vehicle three years earlier than Toyota

Horizon's Aeropak Fuel Cells Doubling Unmanned Aircraft Flight Time

Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) are usually the prototypes preceding manned ones, and hence new technologies have to be tested thoroughly before applied to manned, real-life situations. UAVs have been tinkering with fuel cells lately to show that they’re capable to perform flight for an increasing period of time.

Lung-Shaped Fuel Cell Decreases Platinum Usage, Increases Efficiency

An interesting case of biomimetrics comes from Norway’s Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo, where Signe Kjelstrup designed a fuel cell having the interior structure similar to that of the lungs. This is a case where both the shape and the function were imported from naturally-developed organisms.