Take a Deep Dive Into Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

Original equipment manufacturers are advancing zero-emission vehicle technology, including hydrogen fuel cells, as they react to increasing regulatory demands for new technology. Hydrogen fuel cells hold promise as they enable an electric vehicle that doesn’t have to plug in for its energy.
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Take a Deep Dive Into Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
 

Original equipment manufacturers are advancing zero-emission vehicle technology, including hydrogen fuel cells, as they react to increasing regulatory demands for new technology. Hydrogen fuel cells hold promise as they enable an electric vehicle that doesn’t have to plug in for its energy.

With hydrogen fuel cells, the fuel cell translates chemical energy stored in the hydrogen molecule into electricity, which then powers the vehicle motors and batteries. In essence, the fuel cell is the “engine,” but it does not burn the hydrogen like an internal combustion engine burns diesel fuel.

Instead, it electrochemically converts the hydrogen into electricity and water, according to the North American Council for Freight Efficiency’s report Making Sense of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Tractors...

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