Fuel Cell Vehicles will really start to exist from 2020

Posted on Monday, 25 April 2011 , 11:04:56 byEmil

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Fuel Cell Vehicles will really start to exist from 2020

Because of the hydrogen refueling network that is not working great the fuel cell electric car has still a lot of work until becoming a car people can trust in.
Fuel cell Evs will reach an at all impressive number of units sold of 1 million in 2020, while other electric vehicles will rule by the middle of the decade. Apparently after a study was made, the results indicated that this car will become viable after 2015.
The study was conducted by Pike Research and it also indicates that the fuel cell EVs will not pass the 10,000 mark, but in 2015, 57,000 FCVs will be sold and after this happens the market will increase and will reach 390,000 vehicles sold annually.
It will take a lot of time, but as Toyota, Daimler, GM, Honda and Hyundai carmakers said, the fuel cells are a must for a vehicle portfolio.
The results of a different study indicate that the battery electric cars will be in the center of attention in countries from Asia Pacific region and Europe and plug-in hybrids will be more popular in America.