A 30% improvement in fuel-cell power density and the ability to start in temperatures as cold as minus 20 degrees Celsius are claimed by a U.K. government-backed private collaboration. "Fuel cells offer the prospect of an attractive future low-carbon vehicle powertrain solution and are expected soon to be competitive against other advanced technologies for many current transport applications," said Mark Garrett, chief operating officer for Ricardo, one of the participating companies.

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