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“On the top are the two fuel cell stacks – they need oxygen which is from the air, which is what the fans help – and underneath is the hydrogen. So, the hydrogen and the oxygen run across the fuel cell plates and produce electricity,” says Julian Hughes, Acting Managing Director of Intelligent Energy’s Consumer Electronics Division.
Intelligent Energy says it hopes to have its fuel cells on commercial drones within the next year. The company is also working with a smartphone manufacturer to create a phone that lasts up to a week on hydrogen fuel cells.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
a reply to: 727Sky
Uh... no thanks... Hydrogen is highly explosive. You crash that drone, and damage that hydrogen tank, you've got a lethal bomb on your hands.
Shoot a pure gas hydrogen tank, and it will have a more forceful explosion than all of the tanks combined.
The Hindenburg exploded… it didn't just burn.