Ford Announces Hydrogen Transit Van Test Fleet

American automaker Ford Motor Company recently announced plans to test hydrogen-powered transit vans in the United Kingdom. The test will take place over three years and will use Ford’s electric E-Transit van models that have been adapted to run on hydrogen fuel cells. Ford will partner with B.P. to provide the hydrogen and infrastructure for […]

Kenworth Announces Hydrogen Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Truck

Kenworth recently announced plans to expand its lineup of clean energy trucking solutions with the launch of the T680 hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV). These Class 8 trucks will be powered by Toyota fuel cell technology and will produce zero carbon emissions at the tailpipe.  Designed for long distances, the T680 FCEV will have […]

Ports of LA and Long Beach Explore Hydrogen Fuel Opportunities

The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have joined California’s bid to become one of four federally-funded hydrogen hubs in the United States. If California is awarded the grant, the ports would receive over $500 million in funding to implement hydrogen fuel technology into their operations. Funding for the federal grants is allocated through […]

Southeast US Senators and Energy Leaders Promote Hydrogen Industry Growth

At OneH2, we’re thrilled to see the continued development of hydrogen-based technologies in the United States– particularly when these developments are located near our home base in North Carolina. The recent push to establish a regional hydrogen hub project by US senators in the Southeast is a significant step towards promoting the growth of the […]

Hyundai’s Hydrogen Initiatives Highlight the Possibilities of this Clean Energy Solution

Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Chung Euisun recently confirmed the Korean automaker’s commitment to promoting and expanding the use of hydrogen fuel. The company views hydrogen-powered vehicles as the first step in achieving a hydrogen society. The company produces both hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles and hydrogen fuel-powered internal combustion engines. Hyundai’s leadership in the hydrogen […]

The Future of Flight: How Hydrogen-Powered Airplanes Could Revolutionize the Aviation Industry

The Future of Flight: How Hydrogen-Powered Airplanes Could Revolutionize the Aviation Industry The aviation industry is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint and combat climate change. One promising solution is hydrogen-powered flight, with both start-ups and industry giants exploring the possibilities. Companies like ZeroAvia, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, and GKN Aerospace are developing technology to […]

A Look into BMW’s Hydrogen Fuel Future with the Neue Klasse Platform

As BMW prepares to launch its new Neue Klasse platform, the company is focusing on the development of a new series of small, parallel hydrogen tanks within the platform’s floor. This technology will enable the company to create cars that are powered by electricity, internal combustion engines, or hydrogen. Jurgen Guldner, BMW’s general program manager […]

Revolutionizing E-Bikes: The Potential of Hydrogen-Powered Models

Hydrogen-powered electric bikes are gaining popularity as a substitute for lithium-ion battery-powered e-bikes, largely due to their extended range and eco-friendliness. While lithium-ion batteries may pose a risk if not managed correctly, hydrogen fuel cells emit only water and are considered to be safer. In this article, we will delve into the latest advancements in hydrogen-powered electric […]

Decarbonizing the Trucking Industry: DOE Funds Essential Freight Corridor Projects

Recently, the U.S. Department of Energy made an exciting announcement for the hydrogen fuel industry. On February 15, the DOE announced plans to fund projects aimed at accelerating the adoption of electric and fuel cell-powered medium- and heavy-duty trucks This announcement is a significant step towards achieving a cleaner transportation sector in the United States. […]

Texas Paves the Way for a Regional Hydrogen Hub

Texas is well known for being a leader in oil and natural gas, but according to a report by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, the state has the potential to lead the way in hydrogen fuel as well. This would be a natural fit due to the existing geology and infrastructure in Texas, […]