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Hydrogen Fueling Station – Chevron – Harbor City, CA

Hydrogen Fueling Station – Chevron – Harbor City, California This public hydrogen fueling station is at the Mebtahi Chevron in Harbor City, California. Unfortunately the H2 pump was out of order when I visited it. This Air Products pump was integrated into an existing Chevron service station. It dispenses hydrogen …

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Hydrogen Fuel Tanks

Hydrogen Fuel Tanks Since hydrogen-powered autos are still an emerging industry, so too are hydrogen fuel tanks for autos, trucks and other vehicles. Hydrogen fuel tanks come in two main variety including those that contain compressed hydrogen gas and those that contain cryogenic hydrogen (super-cooled liquid hydrogen). Hydrogen Fuel Tanks …

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Hydrogen Fuel

Hydrogen Fuel Hydrogen fuel is also an energy autorier. In fact, many will argue that is all hydrogen fuel is. Since hydrogen does not occur on Earth in any significant amounts by itself (and this point is now up for debate and more natural hydrogen has been discovered) it must …

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Hydrogen Filling Station Irvine, CA

Hydrogen Filling Station in Irvine, California Here are some photos that I’ve taken of the hydrogen filling or fueling station in Irvine, California in early March 2007. The hydrogen station was recently upgraded from dispensing pressurized hydrogen at 5,000 psi (350 bar) to one that will also dispense hydrogen fuel …

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Hydrogen Cars for Sale

Hydrogen Cars for Sale It’s not often you hear the phrases “Hydrogen Cars for Sale” or “Hydrogen Trucks for Sale.” This is because there are no commercial production hydrogen autos for sale or hydrogen trucks for sale at the moment and it may be up to several years until there …

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Hydrogen Buses

Hydrogen Buses The history of hydrogen buses is murky at best. What is known is that an engineer from Germany, Rudolf Erren started converting internal combustion engines (ICE) in buses and other large vehicles to run on hydrogen and hydrogen mixes in the 1920’s. In 1975, Dr. Roger Billings put …

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European Union Hydrogen Highway

European Union Hydrogen Highway The European Union hydrogen highway network is at present a loose affiliation of H2 refueling stations developed by various countries. Leading the charge is Germany who has the most hydrogen refueling stations with 30 followed by everyone else. European Union Hydrogen Highway But, the Members of …

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Denmark Hydrogen Link

Denmark Hydrogen Link The Denmark Hydrogen Link Project seeks to establish enabling H2 infrastructure inside its own country and in partnership with Norway, Sweden and German as well. The Denmark Hydrogen Link Project is part of the Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Project (SHHP), which also joins Norway, Sweden and Denmark together …

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California Hydrogen Highway

California Hydrogen Highway The hydrogen highway is not as far off as some think. One example is the one being built in California. Hydrogen highways mean having a cleaner environment with less greenhouse gases and less dependence upon foreign oil. The only bi-product of burning hydrogen in automobiles is water …

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British Columbia Canada Hydrogen Highway

British Columbia, Canada Hydrogen Highway British Columbia, Canada is building a hydrogen highway system to coincide with the 2010 Winter Olympics. The BC hydrogen highway is planned to run between the cities of Vancouver and Whistler with several other cities in-between and will showcase zero-emissions hydrogen technology. B. C. Canada …

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