The new favorite of the automotive industry: hydrogen fuel c
Compared with lithium batteries used in pure electric vehicles such as Tesla, hydrogen fuel cells can achieve zero pollution and longer mileage.
Recently, the information published by the Dutch government website shows that in the next two years, the Netherlands will promote hydrogen fuel cell vehicles through various measures. The six European countries including the Netherlands, Britain and France have also reached an agreement to jointly develop and promote hydrogen energy vehicles. As the ultimate goal of the future development of the car, it is recognized worldwide.
The Netherlands pushes European common support
According to information published by the Dutch government website, the Netherlands will promote hydrogen fuel cell vehicles through a number of measures in the next two years. The Dutch Secretary of State for Infrastructure and Environment, Mansfeldt, said that the Netherlands is in the historic transition to hydrogen energy vehicles. Time. For some time from this year, Hyundai, Toyota, DaimlerChrysler, Honda and other companies will launch hydrogen energy vehicles in the Dutch market. Therefore, the Netherlands needs to prepare for the upgrading of this industry. The government and the market will work together to create an environment conducive to the promotion and research and development of hydrogen energy vehicles through subsidies and tax increases.
At present, some hydrogen fuel buses in the Netherlands have been operating as demonstration projects. It is expected that there will be thousands of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in the global market in 2015. The leading role of the Dutch government has pushed the development of global hydrogen energy vehicles to a new stage.
At the European level, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, France, the United Kingdom and Germany have reached an agreement to jointly develop and promote hydrogen energy vehicles. Countries will jointly build a European hydrogen facility network and coordinate energy transmission.
The British government has proposed that it will vigorously develop hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. It plans to maintain 1.6 million hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in the UK by 2030, and its market share will reach 30%-50% by 2050.
Single mileage or 3 to 5 times the lithium battery
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles combine hydrogen and oxygen to generate electricity from fuel cells. The biggest feature is that there is no carbon emissions and other pollution during driving. According to current materials, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles can travel from 500 to 600 kilometers, while fueling takes only 3 minutes. Compared with the current mainstream lithium battery vehicles in the domestic market, hydrogen energy vehicles have the following advantages: hydrogen fuel cells can be truly pollution-free; single mileage is 3 to 5 times that of lithium battery vehicles; lower cost, hydrogen energy Insufficient; a wider range of applications.
Since the combustion products of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are only water, they not only far exceed the oil-powered internal combustion engine models, but also far superior to hybrid vehicles and electric vehicles. As the ultimate goal of the future car, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have been recognized worldwide.
According to the "Energy Conservation and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan" issued by the State Council, during the 12th Five-Year Plan period, China will continue to demonstrate the operation of fuel cell vehicles, improve the reliability and durability of fuel cell systems, and drive the preparation, storage and transportation of hydrogen. And the development of replenishment technology has enabled China's fuel cell vehicle and vehicle hydrogen energy industry to develop in parallel with the international market.
On January 24th, China's first hydrogen fuel cell electric motor vehicle was successfully developed in four years and can now be used in industrial fields, such as mine tractors. In addition, during the 2008 Olympic Games, 20 hydrogen fuel cell cars independently developed by China were put into operation, and they were the first batch of fuel cell vehicles that obtained the national road permit, and Tongji University participated in the development.
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