A Chance to Invest in Fuel Cell Technology

H2GOElectric Hydrogen Generator for Fuel Cell

Hydrogen is one of the cleanest fuels on earth. The easiest and safest way to apply hydrogen energy to motoring is to switch to fuel cell cars. Although Mercedes-Benz and some other mainstream manufacturers have intended to put fuel cell cars on the roads by 2015, the question is – where will the hydrogen come from?

It appears that a British company H2GOElectric Ltd has an answer; and you too can now take part by considering investing in this venture. They have developed a range of electrolytic hydrogen generators both for home and fleet use. The H2GOElectric generator makes pressurised hydrogen from

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E Class Superlight, Mercedes’ Surprise for 2015

Mercedes E-Class Superlight
Mercedes E-Class Superlight

Making cars lose weight is another great option for the manufacturers to go green. Thanks to new materials, building lighter cars doesn’t have to compromise on safety. Mercedes E-Class Superlight, will hit the road in 2015.

As the name indicates, the focus of interest will be represented by its very low weight, some 700lbs will be lost compared to the current E-Class. Such a significant weight reduction will be possible only through

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Toyota FCV-R Fuel Cell Concept 2015

Toyota FCV-R
Toyota FCV-R

Toyota could not miss a chance to be in the elite club of the car manufacturers who want to enter in the unknown territory of hydrogen propulsion.

After Honda, Daimler, BMW and Hyundai announced their intention to put fuel cell cars in mass production as early as in this decade, behold that Toyota FCV-R Fuel Cell Concept comes as a very serious statement of the Japanese manufacturer. The plan is to

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Fuel Cell Mercedes to Run in Small Series

Mercedes Benz B-Class Fuel Cell
Mercedes Benz B-Class Fuel Cell
This spring will mark a rather revolutionary development (or maybe not) in green motoring. Mercedes will provide 200 B-Class F-Cell vehicles on lease for customers in USA and Europe. The cars could be ready as soon as early in March.

It will be the first serially produced fuel cell car. The F-Cell has a 100 kW electric motor that is powered by a fuel cell system using compressed hydrogen. There is

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