Fuel cell vehicles hope to avoid conflicting fueling standards with new SAE J2601 protocol

After more than a decade of groundwork, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) has published its J2601 standard that proposes a worldwide protocol for fueling vehicles with hydrogen. Its overarching goals are to enable fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) to recharge quickly and safely. Specifically, it ...

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