A fuel cell vehicle (FCV) or fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) is an electric vehicle that uses a fuel cell to power its onboard electric motor, sometimes in conjunction with a tiny battery or supercapacitor.
In order to generate electricity, fuel cells in cars typically use compressed hydrogen and oxygen from the air.
The majority of fuel cell vehicles are categorised as zero-emission vehicles because they only produce heat and water.
In comparison to internal combustion vehicles, hydrogen-powered vehicles concentrate pollution at the location of hydrogen production, where hydrogen is normally made from natural gas that has undergone reformation.
The Malaysia Fuel Cell Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
For usage on campuses, researchers at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) have created hydrogen hybrid vehicles that utilise hydrogen fuel cells.
Hydrogen and oxygen are combined in the hydrogen fuel cells to create electrical energy and safe water vapour as a byproduct.
The cars are referred to as the UKM-FCH2HC, a miniature hybrid SUV, and the UKM-FCH2B, a buggy. By modifying electric vehicles, the hydrogen fuel cell vehicles were created in cooperation with industry partners (EVs).
H2X has started making hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in Sarawak, Malaysia. The MOU for an incorporated joint venture between Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) and H2X Global for the manufacturing, assembly, and development of a variety of strategic transport projects was signed by SEDC Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of SEDC.
The joint venture is a long-term commitment to develop vehicle and component production over time and to start assembling relevant vehicles right away, such as the Warrego Pickup, City Buses, and H2x Hydrogen Powered Generators, while utilising the hydrogen distribution network set up within Sarawak State Malaysia.
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