Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements available on the planet. It is increasingly recognized in the transportation industry as a critical source for fuel cells. Fuel cells convert the chemical energy of a fuel directly into usable energy – electricity and heat – without combustion. They have recently penetrated the electric vehicle market due to their efficiency, quick refueling, and longevity. Many of today’s larger truck manufacturers are looking to fuel cells as a long-haul goods transport solution that can also reduce harmful emissions.
How Do Hydrogen Fuel Cells Work?