Energy Conversion Devices Inc. rolls out its latest vision of the future of automotive powertrains, a fuel cell that operates on solid hydrogen, rather than liquid hydrogen or methanol. The advantages of using solid hydrogen are numerous, says former General Motors Corp. Chief Executive Robert C. Stempel, who now serves as ECD's chairman. “In automotive applications, solid hydrogen is safe, compact, with low-pressure, high-density and a lower system cost alternative to gaseous or liquid ...
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