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New device could aid design and development of next-gen FCVs, says NPL

A new hydrogen fuel impurity measurement device could have several benefits when it comes to the future of the segment

Some critics of the fuel cell vehicle (FCV) segment have suggested that until fundamental issues are resolved, the market will remain relatively small. One such issue is the degradation of fuel cells, which is caused by hydrogen fuel impurities.

To combat this, the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has invented a hydrogen impurity enrichment device that measures …

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