H2Go! Why your future vehicle might be powered by hydrogen

5 min

Despite the fact that fuel cells were invented in 1838, hydrogen has only recently been seriously considered as a potential source of power for commercial vehicles.

AEMO sees new and innovative technologies like fuel cells emerging across the energy sector all the time. This video is the first in a series exploring the impact of these shifts in technology and transport.

AEMO visited Toyota Australia – a car manufacturer undertaking trials with three hydrogen powered cars - to find out what makes these cars different and what the potential benefits could be for consumers.

Want to know more about how the fuel cell system works inside a vehicle? The video below from Toyota Europe shows the internal workings of a car powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology.
*As the system and market operator, we are fuel and technology neutral. The products, services and providers in this content are for illustrative purposes only and are not endorsed by AEMO. AEMO and its officers and employees are not liable for any statement or omission in this content.
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