“In particular, we will proactively respond to climate change through our hydrogen solutions starting with the commercial vehicle sector which emits relatively large amounts of carbon dioxide,” Chung said. “Going forward
“By 2028, we plan to become the first global automaker to apply fuel cell system to all commercial vehicle models,” Chung added.
Other uses for hydrogen fuel cell include high performance-vehicle application, Biermann pointed out, including the hydrogen sports car prototype, the Vision FK, which accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in less than four seconds.
“The current infrastructure for producing and getting hydrogen to consumers cannot yet support the widespread adoption of FCVs,” the department said on its website.
Kim added that the durability of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could be improved “in the near future,” through “using better materials, engineering and operation technologies.”
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