Hydrogen Use in Vehicles
HYDRO CELL FOR ALL ENGINE TYPES
Widely used in California, hydrogen-fueled cars and trucks in the United States are growing by the numbers. Many public transportation systems use hydrogen to fuel their energy hungry machines. Hydrogen gas (or liquid) is stored and converted into power for the motor using a fuel cell. Burning this hydrogen barely produces any (if not zero) pollution into the air.
As time allows technology to grow and fuel cells to be less expensive, the idea of the "hydrogen-fuel vehicles on every block" gets more fathomable. It will be at least another decade before we start seeing hydrogen-powered cars on every block.
Nationwide, there are around 70 refueling stations, most of which are located in California. This produces a common problem- Where to fill up? There are already talks of manufacturers designing very large hydrogen generators that fit nicely in the garage and work off the common electrical outlet. Vehicles owners would simply park the car for the night, plug it in, and refill their cars while getting a good nights rest.