Fuel Cell Cars: The Future or Gas Guzzlers in Disguise?
Reactions Science Videos | December 8, 2021
Hydrogen fuel cell cars seem like a great, low-emission driving solution: oxygen and hydrogen in, nothing but water vapor out. But that hydrogen needs to come from somewhere, and its production might be worse for the planet than you think.
How internal combustion engines work - Part 1
Fuel cell chemistry
Natural gas reforming
96% of hydrogen made from fossil fuels
The production of hydrogen for all kinds of industries, not just fuel cells, is responsible for 830 million tonnes of carbon dioxide each year
Energy production more efficient at a central plant
EV more efficient than fuel cell
Benefits of hydrogen powered cars
Green methods of producing hydrogen - Part 1
Produced by the American Chemical Society.