Tiny 22-lb Hydrogen Engine May Replace the Traditional Combustion Engine

INNOVATION The company behind the engine claims it overcomes the shortcomings of hydrogen fuel cells.   By  Chris Young May 21, 2021   Auqarius Engines Israel-based Aquarius Engines unveiled a new hydrogen engine that it says could do away with the global reliance on hydrogen fuel cells and fossil fuels, the company explained in a press statement via PR Newswire. The machine, which weighs only 22 lb (10 kg), is a single-piston-linear-engine, that…

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The latest innovation from Horizon packs quite a punch in high power Fuel Cell stacks.

  SHANGHAI, CHINA, October 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Scientists at Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies announce a breakthrough in ultra-thin, high performance graphite bipolar plate technology, laying the foundation to power next generation automotive Fuel Cells. Bipolar plates play an important role in Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells, as they deliver the essential hydrogen and oxygen needed to create power, vent by-products, and provide the electrical connection between individual cells.…

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