HYDRO CELL FOR ALL ENGINE TYPES
Hydrogen cars are here to stay! The idea of achieving lower prices at the fuel pump, weakening dependence on foreign oil, and lowering greenhouse gases that (some say) create global warming has been on the minds of many in the past decade. There are already as many as 500 types of hydrogen cars on the road today, and this number is growing. Japan and California now hold a number of hydrogen vehicles used for company and personal purposes.
Honda leased the very first commerical hydrogen car in 2005. The research has been conducted for over 30 years now, by the Los Alamos National Laboratory in regards to uses of hydrogen fuel combined with commercial, and residential vehicles. The organization has since then, made significant technological advances in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane fuel cells (PEM), Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFC), and others technologies like the electrolyzer (fuel cell in reverse).
Hydrogen cars and trucks produce a zero emission technology, where the only extraction is made from water vapor. The current fossil-fuel burned cars produce pollutants like carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide, and ozone particulate matter.
Currently, there are more hydrogen fuel cell cars being constructed than any other of its kind. The hydrogen car economy is here to stay and growing at a rapid enough rate to open our eyes and do the research.