FUEL CELL VEHICLES
Learn about this incredible technology, what it has to offer and how we're playing a role towards a sustainable tomorrow.
How They Operate
Fuel Cell Vehicles are EV's
Fuel Cell Vehicles use a fuel cell to convert its onboard hydrogen into electricity to power its electric motors. Aside from the fuel, these vehicles feel, look and drive just like any other electric vehicle on the market today.
Fuel cells work by passing oxygen from the air and hydrogen though a proton exchange membrane. The protons pass through the membrane unobstructed however, the electrons are forced to complete an external circuit, for FCV's this flow of elections powers the motors.
Once the circuit is completed the electron rejoins the proton, producing the only by-product of water.
FCV Fueling Network
To utilize the advantages of fuel cell vehicles, an adequate fueling station network is necessary.
Though a system designed with efficiency and scale in mind, we are working to expand the current network to make hydrogen fuel widely accessible.
Current Hydrogen Fueling Stations
Countries with the highest count. (Q2-2020)
Japan - 178 Hydrogen Stations
Germany - 84 Hydrogen Stations
United states - 44 Hydrogen Stations
UK - 11 Hydrogen Stations
Total Global Network - 470 active hydrogen stations
Through the implementation of our systems, our mission is to rapidly expand the hydrogen network using innovative solutions to make hydrogen a commercially viable, efficient, clean fuel of the future.