Nissan Takes Wraps Off of World’s First Solid-Oxide Fuel-Cell Car

By Tim Healey Nissan has come out with the world’s first solid-oxide fuel-cell prototype car.
The light-commercial vehicle runs on bio-ethanol electric power. That means it can use multiple fuels, such as ethanol and natural gas.
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“The e-Bio Fuel-Cell offers eco-friendly transportation and creates opportunities for regional energy production,” Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said in a press release. “All the while supporting the existing infrastructure. In the future, the e-Bio Fuel-Cell will become even more user-friendly. Ethanol-blended water is easier and safer to handle than most other fuels. Without the need to create new

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