Nissan Developing Ethanol Based Cars, Would 300 Km on a Single Fill

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Nissan is set to attain an advancement in automobile sector by establishing fuel-cell technology to power cars utilizing plant-based ethanol which might be introduced in time for Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics. The automaker stated its experimental innovation would let cars drive more than 600 kilometres (375 miles) on a single fill, comparable to gasoline-powered vehicles.

Fuel cells work by integrating hydrogen and oxygen in an electro-chemical reaction, which produces electricity. It would utilize bio-ethanol, which originates from crops like sugarcane and corn, as a hydrogen source as it widens a green-car technique that has actually mainly focused on electrical cars, stated Nissan. The automaker added that the system would be less expensive than rival offerings due to the fact that it prevents the huge expense of establishing filling stations and would not need large hydrogen tanks to be kept on board.

In 2014, Toyota began offering the world’s first mass market fuel-cell automobile in Japan, the four-door Mirai, while Honda has actually introduced its competing Clarity Fuel-Cell vehicle.

Nissan stated its innovation would initially be offered to companies and governments by 2020, when Tokyo hosts the Games, before any broader industrial usage. Fuel-cell vehicles release only water from their exhaust pipeline, making them the Holy Grail for an automobile industry which has actually been increasingly moving focus to green solutions, however minimal range and absence of fuel stations have obstructed development of fuel-cell and all-electric vehicles.

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Suresh GunaseKera June 18, 2016 - 9:58 pm

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