Toyota’s hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle which is a 2015 sedan will cost around 7 million yen (roughly around $70,000). Toyota FCV sedan will be available for sale in Japan before April 2015 and will hit U.S. and European countries in summer 2015.
Jun 25 2014, 2:15pm CDT
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Source: Green Car Reports
Two Japanese automakers, Toyota and Honda, are putting their weight behind fuel-cell vehicles, rather than battery electric cars, as the alternative-propulsion technology of the future. Time will tell if that's a wise decision but they do at least have one significant supporter--the Japanese government. There is method behind ...
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A worker looks up at a natural gas rig on an extraction site in a photo provided through a Creative Commons license. (Energy Tomorrow / Flickr photo)
To the Editors:
As a Wilton resident, I am not convinced that the natural gas project being advocated by Mr. Brennan was the right choice.
Was there a “white paper” formulated by Mr. Brennan where safety, inconvenience, loss of business revenue, and the future un ...
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5 days ago, 12:00pm CDT
Brookstone, the last retail gadget shop chain, will carry the unique Butan Fuel Cell from Lilliputian Systems.
May 9 2012, 7:48am CDT
Source: The Hour
TOKYO (AP) -- Rocket science long dismissed as too impractical and expensive for everyday cars is getting a push into the mainstream by Toyota, the world's top-selling automaker ...
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6 days ago, 8:45am CDT
With Honda hot on their heels and GM competition, will Toyota succeed in bringing in the first popular fuel cell car. Well they seem to have plentiful resources and they did it before with hybrids!© The Earth Times.
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