Hydrogen Motor

Peugeot Citroen

Peugeot H2Origin Review (2008)

The Peugeot H2O is the place where a child's dreams meet those of an engineer: behind the theme of a fi re engine, it aims to provide a solution to the problem of storing hydrogen by producing it on demand on the vehicle itself, by means of an aqueous solution of sodium borohydride.

H2O is not just a futurist fire prevention vehicle produced by the creative people at Peugeot. H2O produces electricity and water using fuel cell battery technology. Hidden underneath the playful and dynamic appearance of a fire engine lies a very innovative propulsion method. H2O, built on a Partner Electric base, uses the fuel cell battery as a source of on-board energy and features a major innovation for this technology: the hydrogen is produced in real time, based on the system's needs, which means it can overcome the problems associated with storing pressurized hydrogen. --->more

Nissan X-TRAIL FCV

Peugeot H2Origin
Engine/Motor --
Intelligent Energy 10 kw
Torque --
0-100 km --
Top speed --
Range 300 km

 

Taxi PAC

The Peugeot H2O is the place where a childs dreams meet those of an engineer: behind the theme of a fi re engine, it aims to provide a solution to the problem of storing hydrogen by producing it on demand on the vehicle itself, by means of an aqueous solution of sodium borohydride. --->more

Taxi PAC

Taxi PAC
Engine/Motor Hybrid consisting of a fuel cell stack with 5.5 kW power at 86V voltage (Air Liquide), Leroy-Somer DC motor and nickel-metal hydride battery
Power output 36 kw
49 hp
Torque 180 Nm
0-100 km 15 sec
Top speed 150 km/h
Range 250 km

The Quark (2004)

The Peugeot Quark, a handsome and futuristic 2-seater quad, illustrates numerous innovations through its compact size. For example, the fuel cell is cooled by air and hydrogen is stored in a single plug & drive cylinder at a pressure of 700 bar (which increases the vehicles range compared to a pressure of 350 bar). Instead of a single electric motor, the Quark has four electric motors located in each of its wheels.
Continuing this research, the Group, in partnership with the AEC (Atomic Energy Commission), is working currently on a new design of compact fuel cell that will make it possible to improve electrical power output, energy efficiency and packaging: the GENEPAC, or fuel cell electricity generator. --->more

Quark

The Quark
Engine/Motor Fuel Cell
Power output 28 kw
Torque 400 Nm
0-100 km  
Top speed 110 km/h / 68 mph
Range --