Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs) are a type of electric vehicle that use hydrogen fuel cells to power an electric motor. FCVs are similar to Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) in that they use both an electric motor and a combustion engine, but they differ in that the combustion engine is replaced by a fuel cell. The fuel cell converts hydrogen into electricity, which is then used to power the electric motor. This process produces no emissions, making FCVs a clean and efficient form of transportation.
FCVs have a number of advantages over other types of electric vehicles. They have a longer range than battery electric vehicles, and they can be refueled much faster than battery electric vehicles. Additionally, FCVs are more efficient than HEVs, as they do not require the use of a combustion engine.
FCVs are still in the early stages of development, but they are becoming increasingly popular as a clean and efficient form of transportation. Companies in the FCV market include Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, and Mercedes-Benz. Show Less Read more