Hydrogen fuel cell technology is developing and batteries are not the only game in town. Frank Lev dives into the world of hydrogen and fuel cells and finds that green hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are getting traction.
As an automotive engineer, I have seen and driven a lot of early electric vehicles (EVs) that lacked excitement, were underpowered and evoked range anxiety. It all changed when I encountered one of the first Tesla EVs with the Lotus Elise underpinnings. Thanks to Lotus, this electric roadster was a beauty to behold and could accelerate . . .