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The Hawaii Hydrogen Initiative (H2I), an innovative partnership among 13 agencies, companies and universities, seeks to develop hydrogen infrastructure in Hawaii with the goal of displacing petroleum imports by operating vehicles with renewable hydrogen.
May 2014 - DETROIT – General Motors’ fleet of fuel cell vehicles recently passed 3 million miles of hydrogen-powered, real-world driving. Individual vehicles have accumulated more than 120,000 miles. By GM’s estimate, using hydrogen to power these vehicles, ... Learn more
September 2013 - WARREN, Mich. – General Motors and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center are expanding their collaboration in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology. Through a new Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, ... Learn more
July 2013 - NEW YORK – General Motors (NYSE: GM) and Honda (NYSE: HMC) announced today a long-term, definitive master agreement to co-develop next-generation fuel cell system and hydrogen storage technologies, aiming for the 2020 time frame. The ... Learn more