By Ashley Reyes
While the current trajectory of OEMs focusing on EV technology threatens the potential applications for products designed for internal-combustion engines (ICE), a new hydrogen-fueled ICE offers manufacturers hope into future possible markets and applications. Introduced by Mike Copeland of Diversified Creations, the new technology was recently showcased on a ’48 Chevy truck with a supercharged LS engine.
Codenamed Zero, the truck—which produces zero tailpipe emissions—debuted at the 2021 SEMA Show and amassed wide media coverage and industry interest. Copeland will share details about the technology during a live webinar on February 23, at 11:00 a.m. (PST). Join Copeland as he shares:
- Hydrogen ICE technology and the viability of hydrogen as a fuel.
- The difference between hydrogen ICE and fuel cell.
- The applicability of hydrogen ICE in the performance segment.
- The hydrogen infrastructure and performance potential of hydrogen ICE.
Learn more and register here for the SEMA webinar “Hydrogen-Fueled ICE for Performance Application.”