17 Jun '11, 2pm

Behind the wheel at the EcoCAR college engineer competition

Ethanol and biodiesel-aided hybrids were the most popular format at EcoCAR, but Missouri S&T was one of two schools that did the hard work of creating hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Missouri’s entry wasn’t as finished as Virginia Tech’s -- hydrogen storage took up the whole back seat area -- but with transplanted technology from the fuel-cell Chevrolet Equinox it was impressive on the road. “It’s working well,” electric engineer Nathan Price told me. “We’re really proud of it.”

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/green-tech/transportation/blogs/behind...

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