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The days of the hydrogen car are already over

By Tom Stacey, Senior Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management, Anglia Ruskin University
Chris Ivory, Director of the Innovative Management Practice Research Centre, Anglia Ruskin University
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Hydrogen fuel cell cars emerged as an alternative to both the electric and combustion engine vehicle in the early 2000s. They were widely considered an avenue towards universal green motoring. Powered through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, the only tailpipe emission they produce is water.

The technology also promised a traditional driving experience. Drivers can refuel at filling stations and the range of a hydrogen car is comparable to the combustion engine vehicle. Hydrogen vehicle technology…The Conversation

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