Hyzon Motors publishes white paper showcasing fuel cell system technology

Hyzon Motors publishes white paper showcasing fuel cell system technology

According to Hyzon, its single stack shows significant benefits compared to the traditional approach of combining two 100kW fuel cell systems.

Hyzon Motors Inc., a supplier of zero-emission heavy-duty fuel cell electric vehicles, published Designing the Future of Fuel Cells, a white paper describing the company’s progress toward producing a single stack 200kW fuel cell system.

To meet heavy-duty transport’s power requirements, most OEMs have opted to combine two complete sets of 90-150kW fuel cell systems, according to the white paper. Hyzon’s in-house fuel cell system design and production, combined with a network of suppliers, Hyzon’s 200kW fuel cell system features a singlestack that generates enough electricity to meet these power requirements.

According to Hyzon, its single stack shows significant benefits compared to the traditional approach of combining two ~100kW fuel cell systems, including:

  • 30% reduction in total volume
  • 25% reduction in total fuel cell system manufacturing costs
  • 30% reduction in total weight
  • 20% increase in miles driven per kg of hydrogen

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