Hydrogen-fuelled Vehicles and China's Hope to Combat Air Pollution

Hydrogen-fuelled Vehicles and China's Hope to Combat Air Pollution

By Energy CIO Insights | Tuesday, March 05, 2019

The continuous development of technology and the growing urge to adopt it have introduced a dramatic shift in every sector. To combat the frightening rise in pollution level and to ensure a brighter future, almost every country has decided to build an emission-free transport system. The UK government’s ‘Road to Zero’ project or the experiment of the students of the University of NSW with the solar-powered car which successfully covered 4100 km can be considered as thumping success in this field.

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s report, based on 55 countries of Latin America, Africa, and Asia revealed, besides the developed economies, emerging economies have shown exponential growth in adopting renewable sources.

Amidst this changing scenario, electric vehicles (EVs) have gained enormous traction, and the APAC region has turned into an important market for EVs as pollution is a growing menace in this region. In China, the air pollution level has assumed the diabolic dimension. WHO states, Bejing has the poorest air quality after Delhi, Mumbai, and Dakar.

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To combat this growing air pollution level, The People's Republic of China has signed two JV Strategic Partnerships with RONN Motor Group, Inc to lead and develop the plan of building hydrogen-fuelled automobiles, trucks, and busses with an aim to ensure zero-emission. Previously, in Shenzhen, China electrified all the busses, but this agreement will play a vital role to ensure the mass production of fuel-cell passenger cars from 2020 to 2025. Having rich experience in hydrogen power system and automobile production designing, RONN Motor Group has properly understood the opportunities in China's hydrogen-powered new energy vehicle market, and as a leading player in this field, it will be able to address and resolve the technical hurdles related to the development.

RONN Motor Group, Inc, founded in 2013, is an OEM Automaker and determined to design the state-of-the-art vehicle to replace carbon-burning cars. RMG’s Phoenix, powered by electric-hydrogen, is a zero-emission vehicle ensuring a driving range of more than 600 miles and can run at the speed of 200 mph with an acceleration time of 2.5 seconds.

The company integrates innovative designs with smart technology to focus more on safety and customer experience. RMG is focused on the innovation of its Electric Control Unit (ECU) to improve the Driver Assist Sensors (DAS) which renders complex tasks like self-parking, self-healing, and analysis of road and weather condition. 

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