For stakeholders that have built their business around the internal combustion engine (ICE), the now inevitable move away from diesel and gasoline has many worried about the future of their operations. But while battery electric vehicles (BEVs) will no longer require forced air induction, fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) are a different story. A reliable and efficient boost of air will remain vital, and suppliers – both existing and new – are confident that talk of fuel cell turbos is not just hot air….
Turbo compressors vital to FCV success
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) are pegged as a major competitor to battery electric vehicles, and present continued opportunities for forced air induction systems, learns Freddie Holmes