Browse Publications Technical Papers 2000-01-1552

Fabrication and Testing of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle Utilizing a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell 2000-01-1552

Hydrogen fuel cell powered systems might soon replace the conventional combustion engines used in today's vehicles. Fuel cells hold a great deal of promise for mobile applications including vehicles because they are environmentally friendly and can provide an alternative power supply. They may prove to be the keystone in making traditional electric vehicles a feasible everyday and long-range alternative to conventional combustion driven vehicles. One example of this type of electric vehicle is the New Jersey Venturer, which was equipped with a PEM fuel cell system to demonstrate the use of this new technology.


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