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A design for a liquid-nitrogen-powered vehicle engine could provide an alternative to batteries and fuel cells

The engine developed by Dearman Engine Company (DEC), which is driven by the pressure created as liquid nitrogen (LN2) returns to its gas form could provide a way of powering a vehicle without producing CO2 tailpipe emissions but with a longer range and faster refuelling than a battery.
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