India’s first Hydrogen Fuel Cell (HFC) prototype vehicle developed by The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and KPIT – a Pune-based multinational corporation – has successfully undergone trials. The vehicle features an indigenously developed a low-temperature PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) type fuel cell.Can hydrogen help India decarbonize its long-haul vehicles?
Hydrogen likewise offers an attractive and efficient option to decarbonize India’s hard-to-electrify, long-haul vehicles. Hydrogen also overpowers LNG in terms of reducing heavy-duty vehicle emissions. LNG can reduce vehicle emissions by approximately 20%, whereas hydrogen is a zero-carbon fuel.Are hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles the future of Transportation?
Presently, our cars and public transport consume way too much oil or natural gas and they also release toxins into the environment doing further damage to the climate change campaign. So, the world is looking at electric vehicles (EVs) as its solution. However, there is a far better solution- hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).Is India ready to use hydrogen as an alternative fuel?
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has taken the first baby step for the country in the goal towards using hydrogen as an alternative fuel for running vehicles.- …..The woods are lovely dark and deep