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Toyota has a hydrogen truck, passes 480 km per filling

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Toyota has a hydrogen truck, passes 480 km per filling

She has taken the next step towards the future of non-emission trucks. The new introduced at the Car Center in northern Michigan, with the internal designation "Beta", extends the capabilities of the first Project Portal test truck by extending the journey to more than 480 km per filling.It also offers greater versatility and maneuverability thanks to a new sleeping cabin and a unique fuel cabinet, which has increased the space for the crew without prolonging the rifle.  The Project Portal "Alpha" truck has passed nearly 16,000 test kilometers with a trailer since its launch in April 2017. It was under...

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Top Gear: NASA makes their own rain clouds from HYDROGEN, Emissions test by NCT

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Top Gear: NASA makes their own rain clouds from HYDROGEN, Emissions test by NCT

Skoda OCTAVIA 1.4 Petrol 2005 Tiger Hydrogen Engine Carbon Cleaned with the result: Low Idle 0.03% High Idle 0.02% NCT CO2 PASS 10.06.2016 The National Car Test (Irish: An tSeirbhís Náisiúnta Tástála Carranna; abbreviated NCT) is a roadworthiness test, which all cars in Ireland must undergo. What to Do if You Have Failed on Emissions? If you failed the NCT Emissions test you should buy a 1 HHO KIT Hydrogen generator for fix CO2 emissions. Drive your car for 1 to 2 days 100 km and then take a re-test. Most Motorists should pass on the 2nd attempt. Watch video...

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Sperm abnormality, possible infertility linked to air pollution - study

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Sperm abnormality, possible infertility linked to air pollution - study

Men who dream of becoming a father may want to make sure they're living in a place with good air quality. A new study has found a link between air pollution and abnormal sperm, potentially leading to infertility. The research, led by scientists from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, studied the sperm of 6,475 male participants in Taiwan. All of the volunteers were between the ages of 15 and 49 and participated in a standard medical examination program between 2001 and 2014.   The goal of the research was to investigate the effect that PM2.5 - the smallest and...

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Soon we will be able to convert plastic waste into hydrogen fuel

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Soon we will be able to convert plastic waste into hydrogen fuel

Discarded plastic could be used to fuel cars in the future thanks to a ground-breaking process developed by scientists from Swansea University. They have been able to transform unwanted plastic into hydrogen which in turn could be used to run cars. Dr. Moritz Kuehnel of the University’s chemistry department explains how light-absorbing material is added to the plastic before it is placed in an alkaline solution and then exposed to sunlight, which creates hydrogen. He said this process could be cheaper than recycling because any kind of plastic can be used and it does not need to be cleaned first....

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Holland’s first H2 taxi fleet hits the road

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Holland’s first H2 taxi fleet hits the road

Noot Personenvervoer is one of the largest passenger carriers in the Netherlands with 1,200 taxis, small buses, and coaches. The city of The Hague has made it a prerequisite for the fleet to be operated CO2-neutral in the course of the tender for the service. So far, the former taxi bus fleet has carried around 15,000 passengers per year, according to its own figures. In addition to the local zero-emission fuel cell drive, the Mirai is said to have been favored in the tender by the pleasantly short tank duration in the taxi service. The short tank duration was also...

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