Driving an Industry: Medium and Heavy Duty Fuel Cell Electric Truck Component Sizing

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Marcinkoski, J.; Vijayagopal, R.; Kast, J.; Duran, A.;

Medium and heavy duty (MD and HD respectively) vehicles are responsible for 26 percent of the total U.S. transportation petroleum consumption [1]. Hydrogen fuel cells have demonstrated value as part of a portfolio of strategies for reducing petroleum use and emissions f... View more
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