Researchers have successfully developed and tested a prototype multi-fuel system that turns gasoline into hydrogen. The technological advance, with continued research and development, could make viable the possibility of a gasoline powered fuel cell vehicle. The DaimlerChrysler-Shell Hydrogen subsidiary, Xcellis, recently placed its 50-kW (67-hp) processor under stationary and dynamic operating test conditions at its labratories in Nabern, Germany. “This is a good example for the ...

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