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Renewable and Abundant
The charge time for hydrogen fuel cell power units is similar to fueling times for conventional internal combustion engine vehicles and markedly quicker in comparison to battery-powered electric vehicles. Where electric vehicles require between 30 minutes and several hours to charge, hydrogen powered vehicles can be recharged in under five minutes. This is especially advantageous when high utilization rates or customer convenience are important, as for trucks, forklifts, taxis, autonomous vehicles, or local delivery vehicles.
Shorter refueling times also reduce the fueling infrastructure footprint and requirements. They translate to fewer chargers or fuel pumps in public areas or in geographically confined operations, such as warehouses, mines, and ports.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology provides a high-density source of energy. Hydrogen has the highest energy content of any common fuel by weight. Gaseous and liquid hydrogen have around three times the gravimetric energy density of diesel and LNG and a similar volumetric energy density to natural gas.
Theoretically, battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have higher energy efficiencies, but the heavy battery weight minimizes this advantage, especially for heavy duty vehicles in long-distance transit. The farther they have to travel, the larger battery BEVs need, which adds extra weight. For example, Tesla’s electric heavy truck model is estimated to reach 4.5 tons of battery weight. Hydrogen powered vehicles do not suffer from the same problem since the amount of hydrogen carried adds much less weight to the vehicle.
Clean & Flexible
No Noise or Visual Pollution
Hydrogen powered vehicles do not produce noise pollution like other sources of renewable energy, such as wind power. This also means that, like electric cars, hydrogen powered vehicles are significantly quieter than vehicles using conventional internal combustion engines.
Some low-carbon energy sources, such as wind energy and biofuel power plants can be an eyesore, however, hydrogen facilities do not have the same space requirements, meaning that there is less visual pollution.