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1506, 2018

Ford stops fuel cell cooperation with Daimler

June 15th, 2018|

According to Reuters, Ford Motor and Daimler AG are winding down a joint venture formed to develop automotive fuel cell technology, The Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp venture (AFCC), based in Burnaby, British Columbia, will close this summer. For years, both companies have been working together. By summer, Ford “will take fuel cell stack development in-house, as well as Daimler. The two car makers will continue to explore ways to cooperate on developing fuel [...]

2405, 2018

Toyota expects a huge increase of FCEV sales

May 24th, 2018|

In a press release, Toyota sees global sales of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) increasing significantly after 2020, to at least 30,000 per year from today’s 3,000. To prepare for this growth, the company prepared plans for two major new facilities : a brand-new building near its original automobile factory for expanding fuel cell stack mass production, and a new line in an existing plant to manufacture high-pressure hydrogen tanks. Manufacturing both [...]

2804, 2018

Toyota backs Low-carbon Hydrogen plan in Aichi (Japan)

April 28th, 2018|

Have you ever heard about Aichi Low-carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain 2030 Vision ? This project involves in Japan the Aichi prefectural government, companies operating within the prefecture, municipal authorities, and experts. The three pillars of the 2030 Vision are "sustained development of a regional low-carbon hydrogen supply chain," "carbon reduction in the various fields of electricity, transport, heating and industrial processes," and "elimination of dependence on fossil fuels through the expansion of [...]

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