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World’s first hydrogen fuel station to open later this month in Fountain Valley.

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

As General Motors, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz and other major automobile manufacturers prepare to bring hydrogen cars to market by 2015, the availability and sustainability of the hydrogen fuel to power them remains an issue.

Later this month, what is believed to be the world’s first sewage-powered hydrogen fuel station will open in Fountain Valley, offering a renewable-energy solution to one piece of the sustainability puzzle.

“This is a paradigm shift,” said Scott Samuelsen, director of the UC Irvine National Fuel Research Center that engineered the system. “This is the epitome of sustainability, where we’re taking an endless stream of human waste and transforming it to transportation fuel.”

The new station is powered with a 300-kilowatt fuel cell capable of producing 120 kilograms of hydrogen gas, and fueling as many as 30 cars, per day, Samuelsen said. Designed as a three-year demonstration project and funded in part by the U.S. Department of Energy, the station will be accessible to drivers of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles who have arranged for access through the vehicle manufacturer. Continue reading “World’s first hydrogen fuel station to open later this month in Fountain Valley.” »

Tesla to partner with Toytoa to build the all electric RAV4 in Ontario

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Toyota Motors is expected to start building electric models of its RAV4 sport utility vehicle in Woodstock, Ontario, in partnership with Tesla Motors, according to the Toronto Star on Thursday.

Palo Alto-based Tesla Motors Inc Latest from The Business Journals Tesla, Toyota to build electric Rav4 in Canada. (NASDAQ:TSLA) is known for manufacturing the all-electric Roadster sports car. The company reportedly “built the prototype electric RAV4 at its own facility in Menlo Park,” according Clean Break.

The Star reported: “The two governments are contributing about $141 million to Toyota for a series of upgrades at plants in Cambridge and Woodstock worth a total of $545 million under the name Project Green Light. Toyota will allocate some of the government money to drive the RAV4 venture but has not revealed the amount or overall cost of that specific electric program.”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in the company’s second quarter earnings call that there could be an “order of magnitude larger deal” with Toyota underway, without providing additional other details.

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