South Carolina Professor Powers Segway with Fuel Cell

H2M modifies the standard battery-powered Segway personal transporter to run on a fuel cell that uses hydrogen stored in a canister that helps extend the Segway’s range by a third.

Published: 20-Dec-2007

Hydrogen Hybrid Mobility is a start-up company in a niche market that gave away its first two products. Not much of a business plan.

Now, USC professor John Weidner and engineer Chuck Holland have plans for the next phase of the business that will sell their products and grow the company.

H2M modifies the standard battery-powered Segway personal transporter to run on a fuel cell that uses hydrogen stored in a canister.

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