View the fuel cell electric vehicle infographic to learn about how fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) work and some of the benefits of FCEVs, such as how they reduce greenhouse gas emissions, emit only water, and operate efficiently.
These videos highlight real-world uses of fuel cell technologies.
Energy Secretary Moniz at the 2016 Washington Auto Show
Learn how the Energy Department played a role in the resurgence of the auto industry by supporting advanced vehicle technologies that boost fuel efficiency and grow America's clean energy economy. Watch the video.
Dynamic Modeling and Validation of Electrolyzers in Real Time Grid Simulation
Learn about an EERE-sponsored project in which Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are using Real-Time Digital Simulators (RTDS) to better understand how hydrogen fuel cells can support the power grid. Watch INL's RTDS hydrogen video.
Test Driving the Toyota Mirai
Watch Secretary Ernest Moniz take a spin in the Toyota Mirai, the first fuel cell electric vehicle available for sale. Watch the video.
Energy 101: Fuel Cell Technology Video
Learn the fundamentals of fuel cell technology and its potential to supply our homes, offices, industries, and vehicles with sustainable, reliable energy. Watch the EERE video.
Energy 101: Fuel Cells Discussion
Listen to the recorded Google+ Hangout about Fuel Cells in which several experts answered questions about fuel cells in front of a live online audience. Watch the recorded video.
MotorWeek H2 on the Horizon Video
Learn how car makers, energy suppliers, and the government are bringing fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen fueling infrastructure to the U.S. market. Watch the video.
MotorWeek Fuel Cell Video
Learn how fuel cells are being used in specialty vehicles, auxiliary power, standby power generators, and for supplying power and heat to buildings and warehouse operations. Watch the video.
View our fuel cell animation to learn how a fuel cell uses hydrogen to produce electricity with only water and heat as byproducts.
In 2007 the DOE Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program produced an audio series and radio spots that provided general information about hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Contact the Webmaster if you'd like to access the audio files.