The topic is always on lips of the people whether hydrogen & battery cell powered vehicles is better or fuel cell powered vehicles rule the market or fulfills the need of consumers. We will see it today. This is a tug of war between efficiency & convenience. Toyota is one of the leading automobile manufacturers of the world has produced an electric or electrified “Green” car. After the production, the Toyota, automotive giant is betting hard on hydrogen. Simply means, Toyota will produce the more battery-powered vehicle to save the environment. Toyota has excellent strategies to design more hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles (FCV). The Toyota Group believes that use if hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles will help them to contribute to the next 100 years of the automobile.
One of Toyota’s hydrogen-powered vehicles is Toyota FCV Plus. This automotive model is designed exclusively with the latest features & inbuilt technology that supports electric motor that emits greenhouse gases. The biggest difference between this hydrogen-powered automotive model & EVS model is that EVS (Electric Vehicle) possess a chemical battery while the FCV uses a replenishable fuel cell. It requires 10 hours charging to cover almost 400 km.
HTEC (Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation), Vancouver Company specializes in hydrogen refueling station states that adding a single hydrogen pump would cost as high as $.1.5 million & this shows that hydrogen-powered vehicles are a little bit expensive but very efficient. There are also many reasons that prove hydrogen-powered vehicles are better than EVS.