Hyzon Motors Inc. is engaged in assembling and supplying hydrogen fuel cell-powered commercial vehicles. The Company is focused on decarbonization of commercial transportation by deploying zero-emission, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). The hydrogen fuel cell system is a central feature of the powertrain in an FCEV. It generates electricity in the form of a direct current from electrochemical reactions that take place in the fuel cell. Each single cell produces a small amount of power, and these cells are combined in series within a fuel cell stack. Hydrogen fuel cell stacks, including those used in its products, are made up of two key components: the membrane electrode assembly (the MEA) and the bipolar plate. The MEA is used to generate electric power in a fuel cell. The bipolar plate is used to supply the reactant gases to the respective electrodes in the MEA, remove water byproduct from the fuel cell stack, and conduct electrons generated by the fuel cell reaction.
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