Hydrogen vehicles: On the road to energy efficiency.

Fossil fuels are dirty, and they won’t last forever. We need a better option—and hydrogen fuel is a clean, safe and sustainable alternative.

Today, hydrogen is already being used to fuel buses, cars, scooters, and forklifts. NASA uses it to fuel the space shuttle.

You can’t buy a hydrogen-fueled car—yet—but in some areas you can drive one. And you can ride on a hydrogen-powered bus—at Air Products and other sites or in cities that have converted their bus fleets to clean, efficient hydrogen fuel.

The Air Products hydrogen fuel cell car.

Under the hood of this Chevrolet Equinox is an advanced, fourth-generation hydrogen fuel cell. The fuel cell uses hydrogen and oxygen to power the car’s electric motor. The car can go from 0-60 mph in less than 12 seconds and for a distance of approximately 150-200 miles per fill-up. The Equinox Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) is fun to drive. The only “emission” from the tailpipe is water.

Hydrogen fuel is more energy-efficient, too. A screen on the hydrogen car’s dashboard shows how much fuel you save compared to a gasoline-powered Equinox crossover SUV. And it’s loaded—with air conditioning, OnStar and more.


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