University of Waterloo develop fuel cell technology

University of Waterloo develop fuel cell technology

The University of Waterloo has made advancements in zero-emission fuel cells, which they believe could make the technology cheap enough to replace traditional gasoline engines.

The newly developed fuel cell has the ability to last at least ten times longer than currently technology.

“With our design approach, the cost could be comparable or even cheaper than gasoline engines,” said Xianguo Li, Director of the Fuel Cell and Green Energy Lab at Waterloo.

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