Automakers plot their moves from combustion engines to hybrids (done) to plug-ins and full battery-electric or hydrogen fuel cell cars, trucks and 18-wheelers.
In terms of how they drive, fuel cell electric vehicles, sometimes abbreviated as FCEVs, work exactly like regular battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs). Electric motors provide power to the wheels and there’s no internal combustion engine. But while BEVs are charged by external power stations, FCEVs bring their powerplant with them, a hydrogen fuel cell. Honda, […]
GM wants to put hydrogen fuel cells in airplanes. For starters, to replace the auxiliary power unit that provides power on the ground. But one day, fuel cells might power the whole plane.
GM will spend an additional $35 billion by 2025 to be a player in EVs, self-driving vehicles and fuel cells. CEO Mary Barry says GM will sell 1 million EVs by 2025.