A fuel cell powered by electricity has been proven to be cheaper to buy than petrol and diesel in a UK government-run trial.
The trial found that the fuel cell’s energy density was comparable to that of a gasoline engine.
Gasoline fuel: The fuel cell is a type of fuel cell, which converts the energy of sunlight into chemical energy that can be used for electricity.
Fuel cell: A fuel cells engine is made of an electric motor and a battery.
It is made up of a series of cells that are charged by electricity from the sun and are connected together to make fuel.
“Our research has shown that a fuel cell in a petrol engine is much cheaper than a diesel engine in terms of energy density,” said Dr Richard Taffin, of the Department of Energy and Climate Change, at the UK Energy and Industrial Research Centre in Aberdeen.
He added that “the energy density of the fuel cells was comparable” to that used in petrol engines.
The fuel cell could be cheaper than gas because of its lower operating costs and its efficiency, he said.
“It’s a great example of a new technology that’s been developed to be a low-carbon alternative to fossil fuels.”
A battery is still the most common fuel cell today, and in the longer term it’s likely to continue to be the dominant technology.
“The fuel cells are being developed to power everything from cars to satellites.
But they also have the potential to be used to power vehicles, such as electric cars.
Diesel fuel: A diesel fuel cell converts the chemical energy of the sun into electricity.
It can then be used in cars or other forms of transport.
This photo was taken on a motorbike.
The diesel fuel is used for fuel in diesel engines.
It has a much lower energy density than petrol.
A diesel fuel tank was photographed on a bike.
It was made of aluminium and had a petrol battery.
Oil from diesel cars is used in the construction of some of the world’s biggest oil refineries.
In the UK fuel cells have also been used in a range of other technologies, including wind turbines, batteries and even solar panels.
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