The Adelaide city council and the South Australian government are teaming up to combine green energy with new technology by installing a fuel cell-powered electric-vehicle charging station at a city car park. Adelaide Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood says in what is believed to be a world first, the public charging station is powered by an innovative Australian-developed ceramic fuel cell. The new station is free to users and can charge two vehicles at a time. “This allows city shoppers to ...

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