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Toyota Losing Ground In The EV Race?
Toyota Losing Ground In The EV Race?

An interesting article in the New York Times suggests that Toyota -- the same Toyota that's often considered to be at the forefront of the green car movement, thanks to its popular Prius hybrid and all those eye-popping, folksy TV ads you've been seeing -- is slipping in the race to bring fully...Read More»

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As Others Focus On EVs, Honda Sticks With Hydrogen

Earlier this year we got the chance to drive the production 2009 Honda FCX Clarity, which is the first publicly available hydrogen sedan. The FCX can't yet be considered a mass-produced vehicle. Looking at our test vehicle and its rough edges underneath, it was clear that the FCX is hand-fettled...Read More»

Jesse James with hydrogen land-speed record contender, by Spencer Weiner - Los Angeles Times
B-List Star-Mechanic Mouths Off: Jesse James On Green-Car Tech

We always liked watching Jesse James on "Monster Garage." He was quiet, and usually brought a needed touch of reality to the hype, jumpy editing, and quick-and-dirty projects his shop cranked out for Discovery Channel's cameras. Which is why we're disappointed that the mechanic /...Read More»

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Hydrogen Fuel News: Science vs. Politics (Guess Who Wins)

Former president Bush devoted chunks of money to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, launching research projects across the country. Unfortunately, the Obama administration (specifically Energy Secretary Dr. Steven Chu) would rather focus on electric vehicles, since EV technology is literally ready to...Read More»

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Driven: 2009 Honda FCX Clarity

Early on an unseasonably warm morning this past weekend I was already getting some good seat time behind the wheel of a hydrogen-fueled 2009 Honda FCX Clarity. By the way, just remembering that there are only three of these fuel-cell sedans in existence, other than the seven that have already been...Read More»

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Pay-At-The-Pump Hydrogen Almost A Reality

Just as hopes for a national hydrogen infrastructure seem to be fading, it seems that a small infrastructure is finally within reach—at least in California—and that several smaller hurdles, at least on the refueling side, are on the verge of being solved. One of those issues is that drivers...Read More»

Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell with mobile refueler
As Federal Government Holds Back on Hydrogen, California Remains Buoyant

To much of the general public, hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles remain a novelty from a distant future. And hydrogen advocates haven’t done a very good job in demonstrating fuel-cell vehicles to those outside of Los Angeles or Sacramento. It might pique the interest of more than a few gearheads to see...Read More»

Jamie Lee Curtis is one of a select few chosen to lease a Honda FCX Clarity.
Off-The-Cuff Endorsements From Schwarzenegger or Obama? Priceless.

Just a week apart, two high-profile leaders put restraint aside and showed allegiances to particular automakers—in this case, Honda and Ford—for their green-car efforts. This past Wednesday, as California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke at a Shell station in Los Angeles, just after the...Read More»

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General Motors: Today's News In A Nutshell

There's a lot going on in General Motors' world. To help you (and us) keep track of all the shenanigans, here's a bulleted, easy-to-digest summary of today's major headlines: The feds are gearing up to drive GM into beautiful, downtown bankruptcyville next week. Not that we're pessimistic about the...Read More»

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SoCal to Vancouver On Hydrogen—And We’ll Do Some Of The Driving!

The California Fuel Cell Partnership has announced a Hydrogen Road Tour 2009 event, aimed at informing the public about hydrogen-fueled vehicles. From May 26 through June 3, the tour will travel nearly 1,700 miles, from Chula Vista, California, to Vancouver, British Columbia. Twelve different fuel...Read More»