This project examines the feasibility issues surrounding the research, development and implementation of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). It starts with an introduction to fuel cell technology, progresses through environmental issues and opportunities, addresses refueling infrastructure and fuel delivery issues, and addresses ways that government and industry can promote FCV usage. In the last several years, fuel cell technology for vehicle applications has grown rapidly. Because they are 100 times cleaner than conventional vehicles, they have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles by 50 percent, and will reduce dependency on imported oil.
Chung-Sine, C.; Dachavorawuth, K.; Demirci, C.; Hallum, Don; and Yates, D., "Implementing Fuel Cells in Mass Produced Passenger Vehicles-Development and Management Issues" (2003). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1627.