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Volkwagen’s High-Temp Fuel Cell Makes Others Obsolete

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by Mike Zazaian November 1, 2006 - 4:46pm, 2 Comments >>

Volkwagen's High-Temp Fuel Cell Makes Others Obsolete

Volkswageen unveiled a prototype today for a new, high-temperature fuel cell that promises to be cleaner, lighter, and more efficient than low temperature models.

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Enerage to Demo Multi-Fuel Fuel Cell for Laptops

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by Mike Zazaian October 20, 2006 - 2:40pm, 1 Comment >>

Enerage to Power Laptops With Multi-Fuel Fuel Cells

Fuel cell company Enerage plans to demonstrate a 25-watt multiple-fuel laptop fuel-cell early in 2007.

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GM’s Hydrogen Refueling Station For Your Garage

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by Mike Zazaian October 4, 2006 - 10:20am, 1 Comment >>

A prototype of the fuel-cell Equinox from GM

General motors is producing a home-based hydrogen refueling unit that could make the mass production of hydrogen-fueled cars plausible as early as 2011.

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Honda’s New Diesel as Clean as Gasoline

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by Mike Zazaian September 25, 2006 - 8:09pm, 7 Comments >>

The rear of a diesel-powered Honda Accord

In a strong continuation of its campaign to produce more environmentally-friendly autos, Honda has produced a diesel engine that produces as much or less emissions as a gasoline engine of equal size.

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