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Hydrogen cars to cost the same as hybrids by 2025

While the current costs for hydrogen powered cars is nearly double that of current electric hybrids, Toyota is predicting that cost will fall once economies of scale are reached in Japanese manufacturing.  At the recent 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota revealed that it expects next-generation fuel cell technology to be much cheaper to produce, while also being more efficient.

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Creating a Zero-Emission World

Refueling takes 30 minutes because a hydrogen chilling system was deemed an unnecessary expense. “If you have a chiller in the station, you can shorten the fueling time,” says Zoia. Considering Toyota’s commitment to this technology, it’s feasible that within the 2 or 3 years a fuel cell powerplant might be built to generate hydrogen through electrolysis, and power all proving ground operations.


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