Fuel-cell powered rickshaw = longer days, less work

Pedal-powered rickshaws of the future may get a boost thanks to hydrogen fuel cell technology under development in Germany. Called the Hydrogenia, the e-powered pedicab has a 250-watt fuel cell and a hydrogen tank stored under the driver's seat.Pedal-powered rickshaws of the future may get a boost thanks to hydrogen fuel cell technology under development in Germany. Called the Hydrogenia, the e-powered pedicab has a 250-watt fuel cell and a hydrogen tank stored under the driver’s seat.






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