The Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Cell Collaborative (RHFCC) is dedicated to aiding in research and development to remove barriers to adoption and make hydrogen-powered, zero-emission vehicles a viable option in the Midwest region.
The RHFCC operates out of The Energy Policy Center at Cleveland State University and is connected with research institutions and organizations across the country. The following are some of the research projects that we are working on to improve the prospects for fuel cells.
- Economics of Carbon Capture and Storage for Small Scale Hydrogen Generation for Transit Refueling Stations.
- Analysis of Supply Chain Opportunities for Fuel Cell Buses Using Industrial Classifications
- Estimating Social Costs for Various Fuel Strategies for Transit Buses
- An Analysis of the Association between Changes in Ambient Temperature, Fuel Economy, and Vehicle Range for Battery Electric and Fuel Cell Electric Buses.
- How the Midwest can lead the Hydrogen Economy: Matching Generation Assets to Distribution Markets in Planning Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure for Trucking and Transit
- Fuel Cell Buses: Market Development Review and Supply Chain Survey
- Measuring Interest in Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure in the Midwest: A Survey of Delivery Fleets, Heavy-Duty Trucking and Fuel Distributions.
- Expansion of Stark Area Regional Transportation Authority Hydrogen Refueling Capabilities
- Procurement Strategies for Reducing Capital Costs of Zero-Emission Buses
- SARTA Fuel Cell Bus Performance and Data Collection - Summary Report
Want to Learn More?
Visit these websites to learn about federal agencies, national laboratories, university-led programs, and local partnerships that are working to advance hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.