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Editorial: How cost effective is the “Hydrogen” future?

Toyota estimates hydrogen cost to go down to USD30/300 miles in future from USD50/300 miles in the initial phase

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News - Audi expects 40% all vehicles to have some kind of electrification by 2030—report

Says it is not making EVs as "compliance car"

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News - Behr Hella to present products for hybrid vehicles at Automechanika in Germany

Company will also showcase other automotive products

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News - Ford planning new compact hybrid series in 2018—report

To be produced at Ford’s Wayne, Michigan plant; to deliver 120,000 upa

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News - Former JCI executive hired to lead A123 Venture Technologies

Executive also responsible for integrating company's battery development

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News - Kandi Technologies delivers first 208 Kandi EVs to Shanghai Jinshan Car-Share Program in China

Expected to deliver 3,000-5,000 EVs this year

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News - National Electric Vehicle Sweden presents Saab 9-3 EV prototype

EV delivers 200 km range

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News - Parker Hannifin Hybrid Drive System qualifies for Texas Clean Fleet Program

System reduces vehicle emissions by up to 50%

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News - Sakti3's battery likely to offer EV range up to 480 miles

To begin selling technology within two years

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News - EVs, FCEVs show promise for reducing environmental impacts, suggests University of Michigan

BEVs show 40% well-to-wheel efficiency with 10% charging loss; FCVs, CNG vehicles show overall energy conversion efficiency of about 30%, 20% respectively

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