With fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on the roads in Southern California, Japan and Germany, and renewed automaker
commitments to increase production and sales in the next few years, many misconceptions and myths are being perpetuated by critics and those unfamiliar with the technology.
Fuel cells generate electricity using a chemical reaction, not combustion, to unleash a fuel’s latent energy. They are clean, quiet, efficient, and scalable, making fuel cells an excellent option in nearly every power application, including transportation.