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The RW Takeaway: The Hyperion Elite gets a makeover with a new knit upper that provides a locked-in fit for goal-setting times.

  • Improved fit from the Quicknit upper
  • Secure lacing notches
  • Carbon-fiber plate and DNA Flash foam
  • Not as lightweight as previous iterations

Type: Racing
Price: $250
: 8.2 oz (M), 6.9 oz (W)
: 8 mm

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  • New knit upper
  • Responsive nitrogen-infused midsole
  • Carbon-fiber plate promotes propulsion
  • Heavier than previous models
  • Not as bouncy as competitors

It’s been almost two years since Brooks fast-tracked the release of the

Hyperion Elite 2the original made its debut a mere six months before the HE2 stole the spotlight. For that shoe, Brooks amped up the lightweight but thinly cushioned midsole, replacing its DNA Zero foam with nitrogen-infused DNA Flash. First used in the non-plated training partner of the Elite, the Hyperion Tempo, DNA Flash provides 14 percent more cushioning than DNA Zero, and higher rebound. Rapid Roll Technology promotes a rocking heel-to-toe motion for faster turnover. Those midsole and outsole improvements carry over unchanged to the new Hyperion Elite 3.

More Secure Laces and a Better Fit

With the Elite 2, Brooks had improved its fastest trainer; the shoe was plusher and had higher energy return compared to the OG. My main gripe with the shoe, however, was its fit. Unisex sizing’s main flaw, at least in my experience, is how loose the heel collar can be for women. I found I had to constantly retie the shoe due to the tongue becoming askew midrun. No matter how many times I tightened and knotted the laces, the suede-soft collar remained loose around my heel. Here’s where that long period of waiting for the Hyperion Elite 3 paid off: The only (and significant) change to the shoe is an all-new Quicknit upper with a traditional heel collar and partially gusseted tongue. My foot is now securely locked in, no reknotting necessary.

Record Breaking Roster

Brooks-sponsored runner Des Linden ran in the Elite 3 when she broke the 50K world record in April 2021, finishing in 2:59:54—her average pace was 5:47 per mile. That’s validation enough for calling this the best Elite yet. If there’s one thing I take issue with, however, it’s weight. The shoe is over half an ounce heavier than the previous version, and I can honestly feel it. While the Elite 3 delivers on speed, my fingers are crossed for a lighter fourth version.

Testers’ Feedback

Ken B. | Tester since 2017
Arch height:
Medium arch | Pronation: Neutral | Footstrike: Forefoot

“The adjective that best describes this shoe is speed. I absolutely love the pop from this shoe. I ran a 5k shortly after I began testing and had a PR—almost a minute faster than my previous best. The incredibly lightweight feel combined with the snappy ride and incredible acceleration make this my favorite shoe I’ve ever run in! I also love the upper, which provides excellent breathability on some hot, summer days. The rapid forward propelling, combined with the solid cushioning, which I experience in this shoe is just terrific.”

Cassandra W. | Tester since 20212

Arch height: Medium arch | Pronation: Overpronator | Footstrike: Midfoot

“I have never worn a racing shoe with a carbon-fiber plate before except for my Nike Dragonfly spikes when I was racing on the track. I loved my Dragonflys and I expected these to be similar but for road racing. I was honestly a little disappointed. These shoes did not live up to my expectations for carbon-plated race day shoes. I wish they had more bounce and were more responsive. The material did stretch with my stride and I enjoyed the flexible upper part of the shoe. I like the thin tongue. The fit was nice and my foot felt secure and snug in the shoe. I like the notches on the shoelaces.”

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Mon, 05 Dec 2022 23:17:00 -0600 en-us text/html
Killexams : Los Angeles to test 1-mile outfall at Hyperion this week

Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant officials will conduct two days of routine maintenance tests on the gates of the facility’s 1-mile outfall pipeline this week, Los Angeles Sanitation & Environment has announced.

The testing will take place from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 15-16, and will include fully treated and disinfected wastewater being released through the 1-mile outfall and then pumped back into the plant for reuse before it reaches the ocean.

The 1-mile outfall is typically used for excess storm water, downstream maintenance, repairs or emergency use.

LASAN, which oversees Hyperion, does the annual testing to ensure the gates are functioning properly in preparation for the wet weather season. Testing conducted in November 2021 was successful.

Beaches will remain open, but LASAN will monitor the bacterial levels in the waters close to the outfall and will report on any exceedances of health standards.

The tests, though, will also close one northbound lane on Vista del Mar, from Grand Avenue to Imperial Highway, from 6 a.m. to noon each day, possibly impacting morning commuter traffic. Officials say they don’t anticipate the work — happening solely on the Hyperion premises — will produce any odors, noise or other negative impacts to surrounding neighborhoods.

But the plant, located in Los Angeles but adjacent to El Segundo, continues to produce odors, according to residents and local officials. El Segundo residents have been beset by a stench — and, city officials say, related health impacts — emanating from Hyperion since a July 2021 sewage spill there.

El Segundo in September made plans to sue LASAN over the lingering issues, and the South Coast Air Quality Management District that same month approved an order of abatement that requires Hyperion to take multiple steps to address odors that have plagued the surrounding community as a result of last year’s nearly catastrophic sewage spill.

LASAN spokeswoman Elena Stern has previously said Hyperion has already made improvements and will continue doing so.

“LASAN has made (and) is in the process of making improvements to address and minimize odor emissions at Hyperion at a substantial investment of over $100 million,” Stern said in a September email, “and will continue to invest in improvement projects at the plant moving forward.”

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Killexams : Hyperion plans to kickstart a H2 fuel network with mobile stations

Hydrogen supercar maker Hyperion isn't happy about the state of hydrogen fuel infrastructure, so it's decided to start building its own, rolling out yacht-styled mobile hydrogen stations across the United States that can generate fuel on-site.

According to IbisWorld, there are 72,296 gas stations in the United States. According to GLP Autogas, there are just 107 hydrogen fueling stations in the USA, including private fleet facilities. If you take California and Hawaii out of the picture, there are a grand total of zero. That's better than Australia, which offers you brave Nexo and Mirai drivers just three tank-filling options in the whole country – but even fuel cell vehicle proponents Japan and Korea only have 166 and 34 stations up and running, respectively.

It's bigger than a simple chicken-and-egg problem; many EV owners are delighted that they can charge up at home or work, so the idea of an EV that would send them back to the waiting arms of the gas stations is less than appealing. But hydrogen vehicles might end up playing a bigger part in the energy transition than expected; they're starting to look like the final refuge of the revhead, and besides, there's nowhere near enough lithium being produced to build all the electric cars everyone seems to expect will be sold over the coming decades.

Look, if you've got a fancy supercar to stick next to things in photos, you do it


Either way, Hyperion isn't going to sit around and cry about it. Two years after launching its XP-1, a hydrogen-powered electric supercar with a monster range over a thousand miles (~1,600 km) to a tank, the company has announced it's going into the fuel business.

Rather than getting stuck into real estate, building traditional fuel stations and setting up H2 supply chains, Hyperion has decided to build mobile fuel stops that can be towed wherever you want, and left there for however long makes sense.

As with the XP-1, Hyperion has gone out of its way to make these things look fully sick. Indeed, folk might drive past these things and assume somebody's fancy yacht's fallen off the trailer. Nope, it's a hydrogen station – indeed, one that can produce its own hydrogen, compress it, and store it.

Plugged in to water and electricity, this should be fairly self-contained. We don't expect much from the solar panels


Details are a little scant; if you want it to make hydrogen rather than just store and dispense it, you'd need to park it somewhere with access to fresh water to run through the electrolyzer. And while there are five "sun tracking solar panels" on the roof, you're gonna want a grid connection if you're expecting it to get a lot of use. You'd need a ton more solar to generate enough energy to fill up a single 100-kWh car battery every day, and even more when you factor in the inefficiencies involved with electrolysis. Ah well, the XP-1 has "articulating solar panels" on it as well, again in quantities best described as ornamental, so maybe it's a branding thing.

They don't appear to need constant staffing; customers will use touchscreens and tap-to-pay, and the fuel fillers will self-sanitize under UV light between fill-ups. They can be configured to serve as fast-charge stations for battery-electric cars as well, quick enough to get most cars from 0-80% in around 20 minutes, and Hyperion says it wants to send them out to disaster zones to serve as emergency power sources where required.

These "Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations" will be manufactured at the company's facility in Ohio, and it'll start rolling them out "across the United States" in 2023. It plans to sit them at existing gas stations, in the car parks of big shopping malls, and in other high-traffic areas.

"OK, who parked the yacht out front?"


Hyperion sees this as a relatively fast and cheap way to get a fledgling hydrogen fueling network set up with minimal risk and investment. They won't need to buy land or sign long contracts; if they're not getting used, they can be moved somewhere else. It'll be interesting to see how they communicate these moves to customers, assuming they've begun to rely on a given station.

Check out a video below, if you're not already sick to the back teeth of watching videos about people filling up or charging their cars with really exciting music playing.

Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations™ Launch

Source: Hyperion

Sun, 27 Nov 2022 10:00:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Mobile hydrogen stations may support Hyperion fuel-cell supercar

With little hydrogen infrastructure available, Hyperion Motors plans to deploy mobile hydrogen stations to support its XP-1 fuel-cell supercar.

The Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations, which can also be equipped with DC fast-chargers for battery-electric vehicles, will be quicker to deploy than conventional infrastructure, and can be repositioned as needed to meet real-time demand, Hyperion said in a press release.

Hydrogen can be produced onsite via water electrolysis, with electricity supplied by solar panels mounted on the roof of each unit to ensure the hydrogen produced is truly green, according to Hyperion. How hydrogen is produced is an important consideration, because some methods can be quite carbon-intensive.

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Green hydrogen might be ready to scale up this decade, the Rocky Mountain Institute recently underscored. But without a strict definition of what makes green hydrogen green, The U.S. Energy Department's proposed hydrogen hubs might be as dirty as coal, experts have warned.

The stations are being developed with technologies from NASA and Shell's GameChanger startup accelerator program, and will feature "state-of-the-art touch screen controls, contactless payment, and a self-sanitizing nozzle utilizing UV light," Hyperion said.

The company also said the stations will be able to function as stationary energy-storage units capable of "storing electrons for much longer lengths of time than is possible for batteries," although it didn't go into detail about how that would be accomplished. In addition to supplying power for EV fast charging, this will allow the stations to serve as emergency backup power sources in the event of outages, Hyperion claims.

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Hyperion will manufacture the stations at its Columbus, Ohio, facility and plans to deploy the first ones in 2023. The XP-1 supercar, meanwhile, was supposed to start deliveries earlier this year. Hyperion didn't provide an updated timeline, but it confirmed to Green Car Reports that it is still part of the plan.

When it unveiled the XP-1 in 2020, Hyperion quoted some impressive specs, including 1,016 miles of range, 0-60 mph acceleration quicker than 2.2 seconds, and a 221-mph top speed. Enabling that is a claimed curb weight of less than 2,000 pounds, which Hyperion said at the time was made possible by hydrogen propulsion.

But with production limited to just 300 cars, the XP-1 won't exactly justify a hydrogen network by itself. Remarkably, though, it's not the only hydrogen-powered supercar in the works. Announced in 2021, the Viritech Apricale aims to serve as a flashy demonstrator for startup Viritech's hydrogen tech.

Wed, 23 Nov 2022 02:17:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Hyperion unveils mobile hydrogen stations for XP-1 supercar

California-based Hyperion Motors recently unveiled a design for mobile hydrogen stations to support its Hyperion XP-1 fuel cell supercar.

The Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations will produce hydrogen onsite through water electrolysis, with electricity supplied by built-in solar panels, Hyperion said in a press release. This process ensures the hydrogen powering the fleet of XP-1 supercars will be truly green, as other production methods can have a large carbon footprint.

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

This setup also gives Hyperion more flexibility in deploying the stations. Because they don't require a connection to the grid, stations can be moved around to meet real-time demand, according to the company. The solar panels will be able to provide electricity for DC fast-charging of battery-electric vehicles, or serve as emergency backup power sources in event of grid failure, Hyperion claims.

Mounted on the roof of each station, the solar panels will be able to swivel to track sunlight, ensuring they're always harvesting the maximum amount of energy, Hyperion claims. Based on technology from NASA and Shell's GameChanger startup accelerator, each station will also feature "state-of-the-art touchscreen controls, contactless payment, and a self-sanitizing nozzle utilizing UV light," Hyperion said.

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

Hyperion Hyper:Fuel Mobile Station

As for the XP-1, it was first shown in 2020 with some impressive specs. Hyperion previously said the two-seater would have a range of more than 1,000 miles, a 221-mph top speed, and the ability to do 0-60 mph in about 2.2 seconds. This performance is helped by the car's lightweight construction and fuel cell powertrain, which result in a claimed curb weight of 2,275 pounds.

The first prototype of the XP-1 began testing on public roads in early 2021, but it seems unlikely that Hyperion will meet its original goal of delivering the first of the 300 planned customer cars this year. That's just as well, as Hyperion doesn't plan on deploying the first mobile hydrogen stations until 2023. They'll be manufactured at the company's Columbus, Ohio, facility.

Wed, 23 Nov 2022 09:06:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Hyperion Unveils Mobile Hydrogen Station Capable Of Five-Minute Refuels

This mobile charging station is solar-powered and can charge EVs, too.

Hyperion Motors, the Californian automotive startup behind the XP-1 hydrogen hypercar, has unveiled a charging station its CEO describes as a "scalable solution to power our growing needs."

According to the company, the Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations can produce hydrogen on-site via water electrolysis. Thanks to a solar panel-tiled roof, the futuristic-looking station can generate green hydrogen with electricity gleaned from the sun.

The design of the Hyper:Fuel addresses another concern. The mobilized charging station can be deployed anywhere, allowing for the swift implementation of hydrogen stations. Due to the timeous construction process and other timeous complexities, there are few places for hydrogen-powered cars to refuel.

According to the Alternative Fuels Data Center, only 54 hydrogen fuel stations exist in the USA.

Sat, 26 Nov 2022 09:45:00 -0600 en-us text/html
Killexams : Thunderbolts: Who Is Hyperion? No result found, try new keyword!Speculation among fans has begun to point to Hyperion as a new contender for that threat. RELATED: Breaking Down The MCU's Thunderbolts Lineup Since the earliest days of the medium, there has been ... Tue, 22 Nov 2022 09:03:00 -0600 Killexams : What to Know about AVL Media Group's Spotlight Hyperion Series Lighting Solutions

AVL Media Group (opens in new tab) introduced the Spotlight Hyperion series 700W LED Fixtures and Followspots for the first time in the United States at the 2022 LDI Show in Las Vegas. The latest from the Italian manufacturers of professional lighting solutions expands the offerings of the Hyperion range into fixtures and followspots perfect for arena-sized venues and larger film and television productions. 

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