Product Overview An environment-friendly electric vehicle that is driven by electric energy generated from hydrogen and air as a fuel
No toxic emissions from vehicle driving
Lower noise compared to gas-powered vehicles
MEA (Membrane Electrode Assembly)
A minimum unit part in the fuel cell system. MEA takes the form of a thin sheet consisting of hydrogen electrode, air electrode and electrolyte membrane. The hydrogen electrode produces hydrogen ions and electrons by oxidizing hydrogen, and the generated hydrogen ions react with air of the air electrode through the electrolyte membrane and with electrons moving through the external circuit, producing water. The vehicle uses the produced electrons of the external circuit as electric power.