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Genesis plans Tesla rival, hydrogen car, and massive SUV rollout
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23rd Jun 2019
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Genesis plans Tesla rival, hydrogen car, and massive SUV rollout

Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis is poised to launch an electric car to take on Tesla – and it will be on Australian roads within two years. The still-secret electric vehicle is just one of a vast range of new models Genesis is ready to roll out in Australia, one of its key new markets globally.
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Joshua Dowling
Toyota Australia announces multi-million dollar hydrogen filling station at Altona
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19th Mar 2019
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Toyota Australia announces multi-million dollar hydrogen filling station at Altona

Toyota and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) are co-funding a $7.4 million Hydrogen Centre at the company’s old manufacturing site in Altona, west of Melbourne. Existing manufacturing infrastructure will be repurposed into “Victoria's first integrated hydrogen site”, complete with an electrolyser, commercial-grade hydrogen refuelling station and an ‘education centre’ with live demonstrations of how the tech works.
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Mike Costello
Mercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell deliveries begin
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14th Nov 2018
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Mercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell deliveries begin

Mercedes-Benz has put the GLC F-Cell, a plug-in fuel-cell hybrid vehicle, into production, delivering the first examples to a number of German hydrogen agencies. Unlike regular plug-in hybrid vehicles, there's no internal-combustion engine backing the 13.5kWh battery pack and 50km all-electric range. Instead, the F-Cell relies on a hydrogen fuel-cell good for around 430km.
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Scott Collie
Industry body created to support hydrogen expansion in Australia
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7th Feb 2018
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Industry body created to support hydrogen expansion in Australia

Hydrogen Mobility Australia (HMA) has been founded, aimed at advocating for the burgeoning local hydrogen industry. It's made up of automakers, energy companies and infrastructure providers including Toyota Australia, Hyundai Australia, BP Australia and Caltex Australia.
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Scott Collie
Toyota aggressively ramps up electrification plans
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18th Dec 2017
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Toyota aggressively ramps up electrification plans

Toyota wants to have electrified powertrains available across its entire range by 2025, and plans to sell more than 5.5 million electrified vehicles annually by 2030.
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Scott Collie