Climate balance BEV VS. FCEV: climate balance BEV VS. FCEV – new study sees cordless cars in an advantage

Climate balance BEV VS. FCEV

Climate balance BEV VS. FCEV – new study sees cordless cars in an advantage

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The climate balance of fuel cell cars such as the Toyota Mirai is evaluated by the ICCT worse than by battery -electric cars Photo: Toyota
Climate balance BEV VS. FCEV – new study sees cordless cars in an advantage

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In the new ICCT study, the BEV shows a significantly better climate balance in photo: ICCT compared to FCEV
Climate balance BEV VS. FCEV: climate balance BEV VS. FCEV – new study sees cordless cars in an advantage

For many, the fuel cell car is considered a royal road to protect the climate in the future. However, a new study sees the battery -electrically driven car as the better alternative.

Provides the battery -electric car (BEV) or the fuel cell car (FCEV) on the life cycle? The BEV sees a comparative study now published by the environmental organization ICCT. Accordingly, the energy requirement in the manufacture of fuel cell cars is similar to that of. The carbon fibers for the hydrogen tanks and the fuel cell itself are to blame, the production process of which causes an overall comparable energy requirement as in the manufacture of BEVS. If you were to look at BEVS with FCEVS over your life cycle this year, the battery -electric car would even have a significant advantage, according to ICCT. Even if both vehicle genera would only receive energy for driving from renewable sources in a further distant future, the BEV would still have an advantage in the greenhouse gas emissions.

This contradicts the ICCT study of a study published by researchers of Fraunhofer ISE on behalf of H2 Mobility. In its life cycle view, this saw the BEV compared to the fuel cell car due to a large CO2 backpack by the battery production in terms of air conditioning. At the time, the authors of the study argued that the FCEV would emit less greenhouse gases in comparable range potential and from renewable sources from renewable sources and from renewable sources.

This article was written by Mario Hommen/SP-X

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