As the U.S. Army researches hydrogen-fueled vehicles ranging from rescue trucks to unmanned aircraft, the service has awarded General Atomics a contract for a high-pressure hydrogen generation system to support refueling in the field. Under the two-year contract, General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) will demonstrate an on-demand generation platform using its aluminum-alloy hydrogen producing technology.  “Vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells offer a more reliable, ...

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