Frequently Asked Questions

How does hydrogen fuel work?

A hydrogen powered vehicle is usually equipped with a fuel cell.
The fuel cell vehicle is an electric vehicle that produces its own electricity on board.
Once the vehicle has been filled with H2 at the refueling point, the hydrogen is stored in the vehicle before it enters the fuel cell. Inside the cell, the H2 reacts with the oxygen (O2 ) in the air to produce water (H20). This reaction generates electricity which powers the engine, as well as steam which is discharged via the vehicle's exhaust.
A vehicle powered by green hydrogen does not emit CO2 or greenhouse gas.
Vehicle manufacturers are also working on hydrogen internal combustion engines.