Air quality impacts of fuel cell electric hydrogen vehicles with high levels of renewable power generation

  title={Air quality impacts of fuel cell electric hydrogen vehicles with high levels of renewable power generation},
  author={M. M. Kinnon and B. Shaffer and M. Carreras-Sospedra and D. Dabdub and G. Samuelsen and J. Brouwer},
  journal={International Journal of Hydrogen Energy},
  • M. M. Kinnon, B. Shaffer, +3 authors J. Brouwer
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science
  • International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
  • Abstract The introduction of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) operating on hydrogen is a key strategy to mitigate pollutant emissions from the light duty vehicle (LDV) transportation sector in pursuit of air quality (AQ) improvements. Further, concomitant increases in renewable power generation could assist in achieving benefits via electrolysis-provided hydrogen as a vehicle fuel. However, it is unclear (1) reductions in emissions translate to changes in primary and secondary pollutant… CONTINUE READING
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