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日本计划2025年氢能燃料电池汽车达到20万辆

2017-04-27 09:48 出自 leon zhao

Japan Is Planning for 200,000 Hydrogen Carsby 2025

They’re going long on fuel cell vehicles.

日本计划2025年氢能燃料电池汽车达到20万辆

他们对氢能燃料电池汽车有着长远的打算


As EVs slowly enter the mainstream, Japanplans to skip ahead to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as theenvironmentally-friendly conveyance of the future. The Japanese government isworking in cooperation its the auto industry crafting a plan to put 40,000 hydrogenpowered cars on Japanese roads by 2020, 200,000 by 2025, and 800,000 by 2030.The fleet would be served by an expansive network of 900 fueling stations.

       因为电动汽车慢慢的成为了社会的主流,日本计划直接跳到对环境友好的未来的交通工具,氢能燃料电池汽车好。日本政府跟他们的汽车行业生产商合作,计划到2020年,日本可以上路的氢能燃料电池汽车达到4万辆,到2025年达到20万辆,到2030年达到80万辆。900座广泛应用的加氢站将为这些车辆提供加氢服务。

 

Right now, there are currently about 1,740fuel cell cars in Japan and about 4,000 worldwide. There are three commerciallyavailable hydrogen-powered models—the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell, which came outin 2013, the Toyota Mirai, and the Honda Clarity, which was launched in 2016.Japan is currently the largest market for hydrogen vehicles, the US a closesecond, Europe in a distant third, and South Korea trailing in fourth.

      而当下,在日本仅仅有1740辆氢能燃料电池车,而全世界范围内也只有约4000辆。有三种商业化了的氢能燃料电池车机型-那就是现代的Tucson燃料电池车,是2013年面世的,丰田的Mirai,和本田的Clarity,在2016年面世的。日本如今是世界上最大的氢能燃料电池车市场,美国紧随其后,欧洲排名第三,而韩国排在第四。

 

Why is Japan pushing hydrogen so much? Notonly is it to reduce emissions in the fight against climate change, but it canalso bring them closer to energy independence. Japan imports almost all of itsoil and hydrogen could be a huge step in reducing dependency on foreign energy.

      为什么日本要如此致力于推广氢能?并不仅仅是为了减少排放,来对抗气候变化,而是氢能可以让日本人更加接近能源独立。日本的石油基本上全是靠进口,而氢能是日本在逐步减少对国外能源方面的依赖迈出的很重要的一步。

 

Asnoble as this goal is and as huge as it would be if they even came close towhat they’re going for, Japan might be putting toomany chips on hydrogen. While other manufacturers in other parts of the worldare still tinkering with hydrogen power, it’s mostly just a Japanthing right now.

      这个目标是如此的高尚,如此的宏大,哪怕是日本接近了他们想要的,他们可能在氢能方面付诸了太多的精力。而世界上其它的生产商们仍然在胡乱的调整氢能的发展,而现在看来这几乎是日本人的天下了。

 

Unless Japan can pull off a majorbreakthrough and convince the rest of the industry that hydrogen is the future,this plan could be a very expensive dead end. It took Toyota - the king ofhybrids - nine years to sell 500,000 hybrids worldwide, and those are cars thatalready have a large global network of fuelling stations. 800,000 fuel cellcars in just thirteen years is awfully ambitious.

      除非日本能努力实现重大的突破,来说服其它的行业相信,氢能就是未来,不然的话这个计划可能就是个死胡同。它让丰田-这个混合动力的车王-9年的时间里,在全世界范围内卖出了50万辆汽车,而这些汽车是已经有了一个全球化的大型的加油站的网络,在13年的时间里,卖出80万辆氢能燃料电池汽车,非常的野心勃勃。

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