GM Reveals Video Outlining Fuel Cell Construction

Posted: Mar 18 2010, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:04pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

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We all know that the push to find alternative fuels for vehicles is going in force. The US government is investing tons of money into alternative fuels to reduce pollution and to reduce the amount of foreign oil that we consume.

There are many technologies that are being used today to reduce pollution with the most common being hybrid autos. Full electric vehicles are also becoming more common, but still suffer from battery tech that can’t provide the kind of driving range that most drivers want.

GM is working hard on fuel cell technology that runs on hydrogen and promises the same sort of performance we are used to getting from traditional combustion engines powered by gasoline. The big benefit of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is that they produce no emissions that are harmful to the environment. GM has released a cool video that outlines how a fuel cell is constructed and shows how the fuel cell has changed in the last three years. Play the video below, the tech has come a long way in a few years.

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