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Two centuries of fuel cells… why now?

The first hydrogen fuel cell was created in 1839 by Welsh inventor William Grove, but it didn’t produce enough electricity to be useful. Nearly 2 centuries later, critics still make the same claim, but governments and major car companies are betting otherwise.

For a peek at what a hydrogen future might look like, we visited Canada’s Hydrogen Highway project and the Vancouver Fuel Cell Vehicle Program. In this video, engineer Alison Setton explained a bit of the past, present, and future as they see it.