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Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase - International Motorwerks Presentation


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Chris Schneider, International Motorwerks, presented information on the next steps for fleets looking into Hydrogen as an alternative fuel in Wisconsin for our Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase.

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Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase - International Motorwerks Presentation

  1. 1. The September 2003 Honda National meeting was in San Diego. I added a waypoint in Torrance to experience the Honda FCX since it was EPA approved on US highways in June 2002. Note: the 2 refueling systems in the background.
  2. 2. This photo of the Honda Clarity was taken at the 2008 Paris Auto Exposition. I went primarily to see the international introduction of the 2nd generation Honda Insight Hybrid but also saw the AXiom booth that worked with Columbia in Reedsburg on NEV bodies.
  3. 3. The 2008 Hydrogen Road Tour didn’t get close to La Crosse, so, I visited my daughters in Phoenix and was treated to 6 different hydrogen-powered vehicles including a bi-fuel, liquid hydrogen – gasoline internal combustion engine. The absence of the Honda Clarity as well as GM’s Equinox FCV was disappointing but the Toyota Highlander FCHV, Mercedes A-Class F-Cell, BMW Hydrogen 7, Nissan XTrail FCV, Hyundai Tucson FCEV and VW Tourag Hymotion represented a great opportunity to drive all the competition.
  4. 4. This is a photo of the Honda FCEV that was shown January 2014 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. As you can tell, this was a media frenzy and a media release picture. I wish to lease this vehicle in La Crosse.
  5. 5. It was the spring of 2014 before I got to drive the Honda Clarity as well as the GM Fuel Cell. It was worth the wait and I look forward to the developments that the future of automotive transportation is moving toward. Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) are helping drivers understand the safety of gaseous fuel tanks and the role that CH4 can play in the future of hydrogen refueling options.