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  • A hydrogen fueling station in San Francisco. | Photo courtesy of the California Fuel Cell Partnership
    A Closer Look at Hydrogen Refueling

    June 8, 2016 9:50 AM

    What’s the difference between a hydrogen refueling dispenser and a traditional gasoline dispenser that you see at your local gas station? Not that much, actually. A hydrogen refueling dispenser is used to power a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV). But instead of using a combustible gas-powered engine, a FCEV carries a fuel cell onboard that uses hydrogen to power an electric motor which makes the car run.

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  • Glenn Rambach, a former Energy Department employee with a 45-year career between Sandia National Laboratories and Livermore National Laboratory. He led a DOE-funded joint project to design, build and operate a combined wind, solar, hydrogen, fuel-cell energy storage facility.| Photo courtesy of Glenn Rambach
    10 Questions with Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expert Glenn Rambach

    June 6, 2016 10:15 AM

    Glenn Rambach is a world-renowned expert in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. He talks about the history of fuel cells, what he's seen in his 45-year career, and what he thinks the future has in store for fuel cell electric vehicles.

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