Natural gas stations

2019-03-07 10:16:04

By Barry Fox Toyota thinks it has cracked the problem of refuelling electric cars without building charging stations all over the place (EP 957 063). If cars use hydrogen fuel cells to generate electricity, existing petrol stations can be adapted to generate hydrogen on site from the natural gas supply (New Scientist, 18 March, p 20). The hydrogen will be pumped into a vehicle’s tank via a pipe with an electronic monitor that tells you how much gas is needed,