Apr. 6, 2017

Clean Hydrogen Production: Moving Toward Zero-Emission Transit

Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, is now being called the super fuel of the future. Clean hydrogen production will play a major role as we move away...


Mar. 30, 2017

NewBusFuel: Filling the Gaps on Hydrogen Refuelling Infrastructure

“Fuel Cells and Hydrogen production technologies are a very important piece in the puzzle for low and zero emission public transport in Europe. We have seen the last...


Mar. 9, 2017

Why Healthy Cities Will Depend on Sustainable Transport Solutions

Imagine having to wear a facemask every time you go outside, because poor air quality is threatening your health. Imagine having to relocate because your kid cannot play...


Mar. 2, 2017

Why Hydrogen is the Super Fuel of Our Future

Ever since humanity discovered the energy contained in fuel, we have been thinking about how to use it. The goal has been to use it efficiently. Our thirst for energy and...


Feb. 2, 2017

Move Over Diesel: Fuel Cell Buses Are Taking Over

The photo above is courtesy of South China Morning Post.

How do you know that the change is here? You know it when major cities—including New York, Los Angeles, San...


Nov. 10, 2016

Hydrogen Refueling: What You Should Know

Technology adoption – it has crept into every corner of our existence. Consequently, learning new procedures and systems is a daily occurrence and quite frankly, tiresome;...


Nov. 3, 2016

Why the Public Loves Fuel Cell Buses (Why Don't You?)

The truth is the public prefers zero-emission fuel cell buses over their diesel-powered cousin. Transit drivers on routes served by both types of buses (diesel and fuel...


Oct. 27, 2016

How Can Hydrogen Fuel Help Us Breathe Better?

Let’s say that I am a powerful fairy godmother and with a wave of my magic wand I could immediately transform all vehicles into electric powered, zero-emission wonders of...


Oct. 20, 2016

Zero-Emission Hydrogen Transport Solution for Deadly Air Pollution

According to the World Health Organization, a whopping 9 out of 10 people worldwide are living in areas of excessive air pollution, causing heart disease, lung cancer and...