Battery-powered cars are now synonymous in the public consciousness with zero-emissions transport. The auto industry is sinking billions of dollars into expanding the number of models on the market, extending range and reducing charging times. BEVs are reaching price parity with their internal combustion engine counterparts and are selling in ever-greater numbers, even in the depths of the pandemic.
There is another way of powering a car without waiting hours for a recharge or producing an ICE vehicle’s emissions – a hydrogen fuel cell. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and there is plenty of it on Earth, too, albeit scarcely in its gaseous state. It readily combines with other elements, such as carbon to form oil and natural gas and with oxygen to form water.
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