H2 Logic developed a Fuel Cell Power Unit that incorporates a technology that effectively doubles the storage capacity, compared to existing technologies. The refilling of hydrogen takes only a few minutes as compared to the 6-8 hours of charging that is often necessary with existing batteries.
"We have the first six H2 Trucks driving in five different locations, and this will give U.S. real-time drive experience, which will provide crucial data, before we can optimize later versions of the H2 Truck and other niche transport applications," said Jacob Hansen, Director for H2 Logic. S
tatistics on the H2 Truck include a 2 kW DC motor, 1.5 kW PEM Fuel Cell, 4000 liters of onboard hydrogen storage, 6-8 hours drive time on batteries, 12-16 hours drive time on hydrogen; the refilling of hydrogen takes less than two minutes, uses a 230V/110V AV outlet, has 1000 W output and 2000 W peak, and the hydrogen can be stored in metal hydrides.
Posted on 21st March 2006
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