Thursday 15 June 2023

How a UK hydrogen car industry could cut fuel costs and carbon emissions

The means to develop hydrogen-powered vehicles should be developed alongside that for EVs in the UK. There are two types: hydrogen engines, which burn hydrogen in the same way as a gasoline engine burns petrol - and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which are powered by generating electricity from hydrogen using a device called a fuel cell. 

Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (HFCVs) can drive for longer and refuel faster than EVs, making HFCVs a practical option for long-distance travel and especially for heavy goods vehicles such as lorries.

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