HICE

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AcronymDefinition
HICEHydrogen Internal Combustion Engine
HICEHighly Interactive Computing in Education
HICEHawaii International Conference on Education (annual)
HICEHousehold Income Consumption and Expenditure (Survey)
HICEHanoi International Center for Exhibition (Vietnam)
HICEHead of Intelligence Community Element
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While the hydrogen internal combustion engine cogeneration systems will provide valuable real-world experience, 2G is also conducting research into next-generation hydrogen internal combustion engines, including additional advanced features to enhance power and fuel economy even further.
In the right circumstances the BMW Group could consider the production of hydrogen internal combustion engines at the UK engine plant, Hams Hall in Warwickshire as an option in the future.
Ford Motor Company recently announced that a Ford Focus C-MAX equipped with a prototype hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2 ICE) was unveiled earlier this week at the Research Conference of the German Car Manufacturer Association (VDA) in Stuttgart, Germany.
This engine is called HICE (hydrogen internal combustion engine), and it's been humming along as a Ford secret project since last December, when the dyno testing began.
(ECD Ovonics), recently announced it has received $200,280 in funding from California's South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) for a project that will involve the demonstration of "a fuel system that allows for portable, low-pressure, solid hydrogen refueling and a hydrogen internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle."
CymruH2Wales includes development and testing activities for both hydrogen internal combustion engines and fuel cells for integration into vehicles.
While fuel cell vehicles are often considered the paragon when it comes to hydrogen technology, hydrogen internal combustion engines (H21CEs) are an important step along the way.
This is the first time in Canada that Ford buses equipped with hydrogen internal combustion engines ([H.sub.2]ICEs) will operate in everyday service.
According to Dynetek, the tow tractors will be powered by Ford hydrogen internal combustion engines.
BMW, as the leader in hydrogen internal combustion engines will provide up to 15 7-Series cars, the only test vehicles using proven internal combustion engines.