Fuel-cell (hydrogen) electric hybrid vehicles

B. G. Pollet, I. Staffell, J. L. Shang, V. Molkov

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    Abstract

    Decarbonising transport is proving to be one of today's major challenges for the global automotive industry due to many factors such as the increase in greenhouse gas and particulate emissions not only affecting the climate but also humans, the increase in pollution, rapid oil depletion, issues with energy security and dependency from foreign sources and population growth. Major breakthroughs in low and ultra-low carbon technologies and vehicles are urgently required. this chapter highlights the current status of hybrid, battery and fuel cell electric vehicles from an electrochemical and market point of view.

    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAlternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicle Technologies for Improved Environmental Performance
    Subtitle of host publicationTowards Zero Carbon Transportation
    PublisherElsevier Inc.
    Pages685-735
    Number of pages51
    ISBN (Print)9780857095220
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014

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    Hybrid vehicles
    Fuel cells
    Hydrogen
    Energy security
    Particulate emissions
    Electric vehicles
    Gas emissions
    Automotive industry
    Greenhouse gases
    Pollution
    Carbon
    Oils

    Keywords

    • Automotive energy storage devices (ESD)
    • Battery electric vehicle (BEV)
    • Fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV)
    • Hybrid electric vehicle (HEV)
    • Hydrogen

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    Pollet, B. G., Staffell, I., Shang, J. L., & Molkov, V. (2014). Fuel-cell (hydrogen) electric hybrid vehicles. In Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicle Technologies for Improved Environmental Performance: Towards Zero Carbon Transportation (pp. 685-735). Elsevier Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097422.3.685
    Pollet, B. G. ; Staffell, I. ; Shang, J. L. ; Molkov, V. / Fuel-cell (hydrogen) electric hybrid vehicles. Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicle Technologies for Improved Environmental Performance: Towards Zero Carbon Transportation. Elsevier Inc., 2014. pp. 685-735
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