Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Power Research Continues/Fuel Cell Cars Enter the Market, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

The fuel cell is nothing new, despite the excitement it is now generating.  It has been around since 1839, when Welsh physics professor William Grove created an operating model based on platinum and zinc components.  Much later, the U.S. Apollo space program used fuel cells for certain power needs in the Apollo space vehicles that traveled from the Earth to the Moon. In basic terms, a fuel cell consists of quantities of hydrogen and oxygen separated by a catalyst.  Inside the cell, a chemical reaction within the catalyst generates electricity.  Byproducts of this reaction include heat and water.  Several enhancements…

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