ArvinMeritor, a supplier of integrated systems, modules, and components for light vehicles,
commercial trucks, trailers, and specialty OEMs and related aftermarkets, has developed a
new technology called a reformer.
The company says it could bridge the gap between today’s
internal combustion engines and the promising future of fuel cells, accelerating by many
years immense benefits in fuel economy.
Because the reformer is so efficient at
self-generating onboard hydrogen, the technology can also be developed as a bridge
technology to fuel cells, as a significant alternate fuel source for internal combustion