- Jul 11, 2021 7:09 am GMT
As far as automobiles are concerned, electric power is undoubtedly the future. The source and repository of said electric power for the future has the house divided. While battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs) have managed to gain considerable momentum in most parts of the world, it’s hydrogen fuel cell electrics (FCEVs) that, at least on paper, appear to be the most sustainable form of mobility.
So just what are the key differences between battery electrics (powered using lithium-ion batteries) and hydrogen electrics (powered using a fuel cell)?
The UK's ten point industrial strategy singles out EV's for support and is exploring hydrogen concepts in the 'Northern Powerhouse' region through a 'multimodal transport hub'. Click below for details and join me at the Hydrogen Transport https://bit.ly/3cEcg6d Professionals Group to stay informed.
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