Morgan Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Prototype - Dec 10, 2007 - 12:32:00 AM
There have been many different makers of British specialist sports cars that have just fallen by the wayside - however, Morgan has continued to keep on going and is looking towards the future in order to create a plan to become one of the first car makers to actually commercialize
Honda FCX Clarity Fuel-Cell Vehicle - Dec 2, 2007 - 1:20:00 AM
With the Honda FCX Clarity Fuel-Cell Vehicle due to be released in summer of 2008, everyone has some questions about the hydrogen powered, zero emission vehicle and the hydrogen fuel cell technology that powers it.
Honda to Roll Out Hydrogen Hybrid in 2008 - May 24, 2007 - 12:22:00 AM
Honda’s FCX hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid promises to go commercial in 2008 (no date disclosed). It is a streamlined, well-appointed sedan looking for topnotch fuel economy performance between now and then. This article gives an overview of the affordability and technical issues carmakers feverishly work to resolve, as well as other
Fuel-Cell Car "Exhaust" - May 7, 2007 - 11:29:00 PM
With all the talk of hydrogen-fueled vehicles, I can't help but wonder if millions of cars driving around spewing out water vapor--a well-known "greenhouse gas" itself--is any better than the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by traditional cars?
PEM Fuel Cells - How They Work - Sep 5, 2006 - 11:00:00 PM
There are several kinds of fuel cells, but Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cells-also called Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cells-are the type typically used in automobiles. A PEM fuel cell uses hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the air to produce electricity.
Fuel Cells - Jul 12, 2006 - 12:05:00 AM
Fuel Cells are an energy saving technology that generates electrical power. This technology offers a means of making power more efficiently and with less pollution. A fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device. In other words, a fuel cell will convert the chemicals hydrogen and oxygen into water, and
New Advances Made in Hydrogen Fuel Cells - Apr 11, 2006 - 6:01:00 PM
The best hope for bringing the hydrogen-fueled automobile to the American roadway may be a technology that is invisible to the naked eye. The technology is in the form of tiny graphite structures that together act as a sponge to absorb and store hydrogen in the fuel system of the