Technology overview of hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles

Technology overview of hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles

Publication Date: 08-Jul-2022

Hydrogen propulsion technology has powerful UVPs, such as the fact that the driving range added by a single top-up of the tank and the amount of time it takes to do so are very comparable to what we are used to with vehicles powered by conventional internal combustion engines, and that it will never run out.

However, the development of hydrogen propulsion, fuel-cell technology, and refueling infrastructure for automotive purposes have significantly lagged behind battery technology and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure worldwide due to various factors. This report delves into the technologies, innovations, and developments presently surrounding hydrogen fuel cells.

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology

2. Technology analysis
a) Overview
b) Global developments
c) Fuel-cell operation
d) FCEV components
e) Thermal challenges and solutions
f) Colors of hydrogen
g) Global demand

3. Supplier analysis
b) Bosch
c) EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies
d) Plug Power
e) PowerCell
f) Hyundai Mobis
g) Schaeffler

4. OEM analysis
a) Technology leaders and outlook

5. Conclusion

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