Hydrogen Fuel-Cells Gain National Recognition from Washington

To commemorate the recently celebrated National Hydrogen and Fuel-Cell Day, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, got behind the wheel of a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle and took a spin around the Department of Energy (DOE) headquarters in Washington D.C. National Hydrogen and Fuel-Cell Day, aptly chosen for the atomic weight of hydrogen (1.008), recently occurred on October 8.

Fuel-cell automotive technology continues to advance nationally, and internationally, as countries seek to reduce their carbon footprint and greenhouse gas effects. “Are we going to continue to have innovations that help affect our environment in a positive way? Absolutely!” said Secretary Perry.

Communication and education will play a vital role in welcoming fuel-cell technology to the American transportation platform. An Electric-Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicle (EHV) is a vehicle powered by an electric motor, functionally similar to the traditional Electric Vehicle (EV) in many respects, with the only difference being the method in which electricity is delivered to the motor. EVs store electricity in lithium-ion batteries while EHVs produce electricity through a chemical process inside the fuel-cell. Essentially the same electric motor can be used in either type of vehicle.

Source: hygen.com

With nearly 3,000 commercial fuel-cell vehicles already on the road today, industry projections increase by tens of thousands in the next six years alone. EHVs provide the same benefits as EVs, quiet operation and zero-emissions, but can be refueled in 3-5 minutes. An additional advantage is that fuel-cell vehicles offer fuel economies of over 60 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent, and boast a driving range of over 300 miles, or an estimated range of 600+ miles on the RONN Motor Group, Inc. platform.

“It’s wonderful to see hydrogen fuel-cell technology recognized at the national level through such observations as National Hydrogen and Fuel-Cell Day,” said RONN Ford, Chairman and CEO of RONN Motor Group, Inc. “We are grateful that the Department of Energy and Secretary Perry are beginning to see the necessity and value of further hydrogen fuel-cell technology and advancement in the automotive sector.”

As a world leader in hydrogen-assisted technology, RONN Motor Group, Inc. is joining the race to reduce our carbon footprint and greenhouse gas effects by creating sustainable energy that will take us into tomorrow. Learn how you can address this global need and get in on the ground floor of the next generation of hydrogen fuel-cell technology. Go to ronnmotorgroup.com to invest in RONN Motor Group, Inc. today.




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