The company is attracting attention by talking up a favorite cause célèbre for companies and utilities: resilience in the face of climate change.
Bigger isn't always better.
Here's what the big deal means for fuel cells and corporate sustainability.
Hydrogen fuel cells are making a come back in the renewable energy field. And in Hawaii, we'll soon see hydrogen fuel cells in cars, fleets and microgrids.
PINC, which manages ship and railyards, is looking forward to longer flight times and faster refueling turnaround. It's not the only one.
Technology finds comfy niche at companies such as Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and Legrand.
While the expectation was that fuel cells would take off as an alternative fuel source for autos, they have created a $2 billion market for themselves, off road.
Artificial intelligence, shared transportation and micro-sized electric vehicles are at the heart of the Japanese automaker's new push into auto technology.
The technology makes particular sense when space is a big consideration. That's why the baker is coming back for seconds.
Hydrogen-powered cars are about to go on sale in Japan, with plans for U.S. distribution in 2015.