Hydrogen gas is converted to electrical energy as part of the fuel cell technology. The technology is thought to be emission-free and environmentally favourable. When designing concepts, it is important to keep Scania’s modularization system in mind.
Similar to electric vehicles, FCEVs use a fuel cell propulsion system that transforms hydrogen-stored energy into electricity. These vehicles don’t emit any toxic emissions from their tailpipes, unlike those with conventional internal combustion engines.
In order to power FCEVs, pure hydrogen gas is kept on board in a tank. Similar to vehicles with traditional internal combustion engines, they can refuel in under 4 minutes and have a driving range of more than 300 miles.
Regenerative braking systems, which recover the energy wasted while braking and store it in a battery, are just one of the cutting-edge technology FCEVs are equipped with to boost efficiency.
The Global Fuel cell heavy duty module market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new iteration of the FCmove fuel cell module for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, buses, and other vehicles is being released by Ballard Power Systems. Known as FCmove-HD+, the new 100 kW module.
Compared to the previous 100 kW module, the new one is over 40% more compact and over 30% lighter. In addition, it costs less and only requires half as many parts.
The new module from the Canadian fuel cell technology company is made to fit into vehicles more quickly. The module can be used for truck and bus applications because it is designed for engine bay and rooftop layouts.
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