Publicly listed fuel cell companies have yet to post a profitable year. But Canada’s Ballard Power Systems recently announced the next best thing: positive adjusted EBITDA over the trailing 12-month period ending on June 30.
So, is this another false start for fuel cells, or does it portend profits will soon come to the sector?
NREL has published a new report showing that the average fuel economy of fuel cell electric buses from three fleets is approximately 6 miles per diesel gallon equivalent or DGE, 1.4 times higher than conventional diesel buses (about 4.2 miles per DGE) from one fleet and up to 1.9 times higher than compressed natural gas buses (about 3.3 miles per DGE) in another fleet.
Just as their commercial use begins to spread, fuel-cell technology is improving the way drones are powered.
FCH JU project NewBusFuel has just finished and its conclusions demonstrate that hydrogen refueling in large-scale bus depots is not only technically feasible, it is also commercially viable.
Video where global transit leaders explain the importance of getting involved with fuel cell buses.
This presentation provides an overview of key features associated with the use of fuel cells for unmanned vehicle applications.
After two decades of automotive fuel-cell development, industry interest, declining costs and increasing regulations make the prospects for a hydrogen-fueled future brighter than ever.
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