What’s all the hype around hydrogen?

An overview of fuel cell technology, where it’s going, and how the government is adapting

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“Hydrogen is going to take 25% of all oil demand by 2050.”

What is a fuel cell and how do they work?

And what’s the big deal?

The challenges

Producing hydrogen

There are three main ways to produce hydrogen: electrolysis, photoelectrolysis, and biological methods.
There are three main ways to produce hydrogen: electrolysis, photoelectrolysis, and biological methods.

The technology that is required for hydrogen vehicles to gain adoption is there; all that’s left is for governments (or in some cases, private organizations) to provide funding and for the infrastructure to be set in place.

Welcome to the Party, America

Where Will We See this Technology Shine? 🌟

The Most Popular On the Block: Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

The new and improved Toyota Mirai, one of the most popular (and attractive) FCEVs. Source: MotorTrend

The (literal) Race to the Top with Electric Vehicles

Source: HotCars
Source: PhyscologyToday

FCEVs may be the center of attention, but there are far more possibilities.

Exciting news and progress

Source: Microsoft

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Bottom Line

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