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The electrical industry sees hydrogen as the future technology in the automotive industry. Hybrid technology offers itself as a transition for the Association of Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies.
According to the electrical industry, the cars of the future should run on hydrogen. In the long term, a combination of batteries and fuel cells with hydrogen should be favored as drive technology, the Association of Electrical, Electronics and Information Technology (VDE) announced on Thursday in Berlin. In this way, environmentally friendly vehicles would have a greater range that could not be achieved with batteries alone. It is necessary, however, to build a network of hydrogen filling stations with state funding.
Hybrid as a temporary solution
Hybrid technology, which combines a conventional internal combustion engine with a battery, is ideal for the market launch of electric cars in the next few years. The battery can be charged at normal sockets. The German car manufacturers have already started corresponding pilot projects in cooperation with the large energy companies. The federal government has set the goal that the first electric cars should be available for purchase within the next decade. By 2020 there should be around one million vehicles. (dpa)
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