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PSA Hydro-Gen (2000)

 

Presentation

June 2000 and 2001

Manufacturer

PSA Peugeot Citroen

Technology provider

Nuvera Fuel Cells
Air Liquide

Partner

CEA
INOVYN France

Vehicle

Peugeot Partner

Status

Demonstration

Passenger capacity

Size, weight

overall length 4110 mm / width 1960 mm / hight 1800 mm 1800 kg

Propulsion concept

PEM fuel cell 30 kW at 70V, system by Air Liquide; NiMH battery; Electric motor: 20 kW nom. and 33 kW max.; max torque: 210 Nm 

Fuel

Hydrogen

Storage

CGH2 tank supplied by CEA: 3.3 kg H2 @ 35 MPa (volume = 140 liters)

Range, consumption

300 km  

Top speed, acceleration

95 km per hour

Approval

Operation

The main objective of the project was the development of an innovative fuel cell system based on a PEM stack with an emphasis placed on cost reduction for on board application in electric vehicles.

Goals

Further research work within the French Fuel Cell Network

Costs, prices

Project budget approx. 7 million Euro

Funding

the project was funded by the European Commssion (JOULE III programme, reference number JOE-CT-95-013) with approx. 3.5 million Euro

Source, link

www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com

Comments

Battery 162 V, 10 Ah (NiMH) - Energy recovery during deceleration and braking, no grid recharging PSA Peugot Citroen and Renault have associated themselves with CEA, Air Liquide, De Nora (Nuvera), Elf, Total and Valeo in the French Fuel Cell Network sponsered by the French Ministry of Education, Research and Technology. This fuel cell programme is a continuation of the work already done in connection with the European Fever and Hydro-Gen programmes.

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