Toyota’s hydrogen technology is coming to run


Hydrogen is one of the most important fuel types in the aerospace industry, and its popularity in land vehicles is increasing day by day. Toyota continues to invest in the first place among the fuels of the future to prevent the widespread use of hydrogen in land vehicles.
The first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to be developed by Toyota and launched since 2014, Mihai’s sales have reached 7 thousand 52 units today. Mihai, which means “future” in Japanese, was sold in the first 8 months of 2018 as a thousand 753. In 1997, Toyota introduced the first series hybrid model Prius in the world for the development of alternative fuel technologies, and in that year it sold 323 units. Today, 12 million 500 thousand units of hybrid sales reached.

With the continuous development as an alternative to fossil fuels, hybrid and electric vehicles, besides other significant hydrogen in the world today that stand out as the most environmentally friendly and fuel type is known as a clean fuel. For the first time in 2009 introduced research on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to be developed by 2020 from the turn of the century is still going strong and many countries, including the transportation of vehicles that have this technology in every area of the bottom structures they form to get started.
Hydrogen is used in the production of electricity from the source of electricity, which is produced from natural gas in general. Hydrogen can also be produced from wind, garbage, sewage sludge and water with low CO2 emissions. Only water vapor emissions, producing clean and sustainable fuel cell technology with tools continuing its leading role on the subject of environmentally friendly cars, Toyota Mirai fuel cell with the factory in Japan that is used in forklifts, buses, trucks, generators and boats, too introduced.

Groundbreaking automotive innovation in the last 10 years in the automotive industry in the first place 100 hydrogen fuel cell related activities in the evaluation of speed-up Toyota, which expects to reach annual sales of 30 thousand units in 2020. In addition, the number of filling stations increases every day. In 2020, a fuel cell station is planned to be established in Germany, 100 in Korea, 160 in the UK and 65 in the UK.

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