Will Hydrogen Cars Replace EVs? Whose future is brighter, understand in simple language

Once the hydron infrastructure is ready, hydrogen vehicles will provide quick refilling, and long-range and environment-friendly operation in comparison to EVs. Its daily running cost may also be lower compared to EVs. However, the availability of hydrogen is a big question. In such a situation, it may take time for hydrogen fuel to arrive.

Nov 6, 2023 - 16:20
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Will Hydrogen Cars Replace EVs? Whose future is brighter, understand in simple language
Will Hydrogen Cars Replace EVs? Whose future is brighter, understand in simple language

In the last few years, the inclination of vehicle manufacturing companies has increased towards electric cars. Especially the share of the EV market has grown rapidly since COVID-19. On the other hand, apart from EVs, the Indian government is working rapidly on hydrogen, in such a situation, the question arises whose time will be in the future, EV or hydrogen? Because the sales of diesel-petrol and CNG vehicles are the highest in the country. Through this news, we have brought answers to some common questions, after knowing which your confusion will be reduced to a great extent.

At present, the market share of electric cars is increasing in India, seeing which you can guess that people are gradually trusting EVs. Now people will not suddenly switch to hydrogen, but yes hydrogen fuel is better in comparison to EV. Because these are zero harmful to the environment. Once the hydron infrastructure is ready, hydrogen vehicles will help in quick refilling, longer range, and environment-friendly operation in comparison to EVs.

Its daily running cost may also be lower compared to EVs. However, the availability of hydrogen is a big question. In such a situation, it may take time for hydrogen fuel to arrive, but it would be a bit premature to call it the fuel of the future.

As we know hydrogen-fueled cars have many disadvantages, such as limited infrastructure, expensive, and unsafe. Whereas electric cars are safer, less expensive and have ample charging/fueling stations available, providing more convenience to the vehicle owner. There is a possibility that green hydrogen fuel cells may gain popularity for commercial and industrial purposes in the near future. Still, hydrogen cars have no chance of replacing electric cars in the coming years.

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Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer