Since the mid-1990s, the emergence of hydrogen economy and the speed with which it will arrive have been vigorously debated. As a disruptive technology, dominant designs for the production, storage and distribution of hydrogen have not yet been established. Not have performance characteristics been achieved to compete with the existing combustion engine, though the efficiency and durability of hydrogen fuel cells are improving. This publication highlights the uncertainties involved in making choices about hydrogen and fuel cells in planning the development policies on national energy, environment and transport sector.Transport Issues for Developing Countries Lynn Krieger Mytelka, Grant Boyle ... In 1996 Toyota and Matsushita Battery Industry created a joint venture, Panasonic EV Energy, to provide nickel metal hydrate batteries for use in electric vehiclesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Making Choices about Hydrogen|
|Author||:||Lynn Krieger Mytelka, Grant Boyle|
|Publisher||:||IDRC - 2008|