Fuel cell history updating


This paper assesses the development of hydrogen fueling infrastructure networks around the world.

We compile data on the current state of development of fuel cell vehicle technology.

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In a letter dated October 1838 but published in the December 1838 edition of The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Welsh physicist and barrister William Grove wrote about the development of his first crude fuel cells.Another promising opportunity is to explore synergies where temporary oversupply of solar and wind electricity can create opportunities for more inexpensive hydrogen.To address the public need for zero-emission solutions and the uncertainty about fuel cell market growth, the first few hundred hydrogen stations have been primarily publicly funded.Greater investment into fuel pathways that demonstrate the ability to deliver renewable hydrogen to market at less than the cost of fueling a conventional, or hybrid, vehicle is a key to enabling the market.Government fuel standards programs that provide incentives to low carbon sources of hydrogen can assist in reaching this goal.The cheapest source of hydrogen is natural gas, but renewable hydrogen pathways are necessary for fuel cells to become a prominent part of long-term climate stabilization scenarios.

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