Hydrogen Cars – No Petrol, No Diesel!

What do you think of hitting the road first, especially if you get stuck in a traffic jam, it’s because of the world’s love affair with fuel-hungry SUVs. The use of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies is a key element in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. Fuel cell systems offer promising technology of the future with advantages such as zero emissions, high efficiency and minimal noise.

– No global warming … no depletion of the ozone layer … no acid rain … and a 100% pollution-free environment – is the greatest need to save our environment. I think God has now been kind enough to accept the endless prayers from all of us. I am not joking! It’s already answered through the genius scientist who developed Hydrogen Car … It’s a lightweight hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle with enough style and room to compete with luxury sport utility vehicles. (SUV).

These cars typically use hydrogen by one of two methods: combustion or conversion of fuel cells. During combustion, hydrogen is “burned” in engines, basically the same way as traditional gasoline cars. In the conversion of fuel cells, hydrogen is transformed into electricity by fuel cells which then power the electric motors.

Plus you want to ask about hydrogen cars … These hydrogen cars are part of the clean and “green” future envisioned by energy experts, cars are not only 99 mile emissions free per gallon, but they can also play a key role in providing electricity to an energy-hungry world.
The developed vehicle would cost three to four times more than the conventional two or three wheeler and the running cost would also be higher. But as the technology develops, the cost is expected to drop dramatically.

Governments around the world are helping fund research for hydrogen development using renewable sources instead of the current reliance on coal or natural gas. It is also produced as a by-product in the chemical and fertilizer industries.

The new 5 KW fuel cell hydrogen vehicles will usher in a new generation in fuel cell technology. The hydrogen needed to power these vehicles can be produced in ways that would reduce dependence on oil supplies and thus ensure energy security. Emitting only heat and water as byproducts of this process, fuel cell systems are environmentally friendly and can operate continuously as long as fuel is supplied. Each charge currently gives around 70 km of mileage. Attempts are also underway to increase the mileage of the hydrogen vehicle to 100-150 km per charge.

Hydrogen cars use hydregen derived from water as the main source of energy for locomotion. British Columbia’s leadership in the development of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, and builds on the commitment to develop the world’s first hydrogen highway in time for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2010, ”said Richard Neufeld, Minister of Energy and Mines for British Columbia.
R. John Efford, Minister of Natural Resources Canada. “By working together, we can ensure that Canada continues to be recognized as a world leader in bringing these technologies to life.” The Government of Canada has invested $ 4.5 million in this project. No global warming or depletion of the ozone layer, renewable, no acid rain, 100% pollution-free.

In India, the Ministry of Unconventional Energy Sources (MNES) hopes to have hydrogen vehicles on Indian roads by 2007, with International Tractors Ltd (ITL) having agreed to undertake commercial production. “With ITL, which manufactures Sonalika brand tractors, having agreed to undertake the commercial manufacture of two and three wheel hydrogen vehicles developed by Banaras Hindu University (BHU), we hope to have them available by 2007” , said SK Chopra, senior advisor at MNES. BHU has used 50 demonstration vehicles on its campus for several years. While the development of affordable hydrogen fuel cell vehicles using renewable energy sources remains a goal for a large number of countries including India, the vehicle developed by BHU uses metal hydrite or solid bars to store hydrogen, an environmentally friendly fuel. The ministry has finalized the hydrogen roadmap which foresees that India will produce 1,000 MW of electricity and one million hydrogen vehicles on the roads by 2020 with an estimated investment of Rs 2,500 crore. Roadmap to be part of integrated energy policy being finalized Reva Electric Car Company Pvt Ltd (RECC) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) will develop two fuel cell hydrogen vehicles (FCVs) for a pilot project initiated by IOC, to develop the hydrogen economy in India. Under the agreement, RECC will use its expertise to build these hydrogen-powered vehicles with fuel cell power modules and associated components sourced from abroad and IOC will provide the necessary infrastructure to supply and store hydrogen and to test vehicles during its research and development. (R&D) in Faridabad.

Source by Bhupinder Kohli

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