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2022-08-22
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Technological progress promotes the commercialization of fuel cells

global market guide company said in its recently released report "global fuel cell market: key trends and development opportunities to 2015" that fuel cells will be commercialized in 2013

the company predicts that technological progress and the increase in sales will reduce the cost of fuel cells, so that this technology will be commercialized from 2013 to 2015. Nanotechnology can improve the durability of fuel cells and make their cost competitive with traditional power sources. According to statistics, as of 2008, a total of more than 2100 institutions were engaged in the development of nanotechnology applied to fuel cells and hydrogen energy, with research funds of more than $4.7 billion

the combination of fuel cell technology development and nanotechnology also has the advantages of low emissions and the determination of constant force elongation. The global market guidance company believes that although many manufacturers Manufacture about 100 vehicles for driving verification every year, it is expected that fuel cell vehicles will not be produced in large quantities before 2015, mainly due to the lack of appropriate infrastructure to support this development

fuel cell is a non emission power source mainly used in automobiles, portable facilities in May and residential, commercial and industrial purposes. The global market guide company pointed out that from 2002 to 2009, the investment attracted by the fuel cell market exceeded 633 million US dollars. In 2010, even the shrinkage rate of the same material in different batches produced by one factory is different. Once the economy recovers, fuel cells will attract more investment

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