19.01.2020 kl 21:02 3258

MacEwen, Ballard President and CEO said, “In less than 10 years, it will become cheaper to run a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) than it is to run a battery electric vehicle (BEV) or an internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle for certain commercial applications.”

Although FCEVs are currently more expensive to run per 100 kilometers (km) than BEVs and ICE commercial vehicles, they are set to become much cheaper as manufacturing technology matures, economies of scale improve, hydrogen fuel costs decline and infrastructure develops. Indeed, the white paper conservatively estimates the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for commercial hydrogen vehicles will fall by more than 50% in the next 10 years.

“We are excited to partner with Deloitte on this important initiative,” added Mr. MacEwen. “We believe this white paper provides answers to the most pertinent questions from industry executives and laypeople alike, specifically regarding the economic viability of FCEVs and their environmental sustainability.”

Adrian Xu, Deloitte China Financial Advisory Director said, “To many commercial operators, hydrogen seems to be a complex and expensive technology for the future. However, we have proven through our deep research and proprietary model that FCEVs will become cheaper to run than traditional ICE vehicles or BEVs very soon. Sophisticated commercial operators around the world are already investing in this technology to stay one step ahead of the competition.”

Alan MacCharles, Deloitte China Financial Advisory Partner noted, “In China, where the TCO of BEVs is already close to that of ICE commercial vehicles, the total cost of owning an FCEV is expected to be lower than that for ICE commercial vehicles by 2027, and we estimate that the TCO of FCEVs will fall below that of BEVs a year later. The cost of running commercial FCEVs will decline as fuel cell system and hydrogen costs decrease by about 70 percent and 63 percent, respectively.”
21.01.2020 kl 14:09 3137

Plug Power to Host Business Update Conference Call on January 30, 2020 to Discuss Preliminary 2019 Results and 2020 Growth Plans
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03.02.2020 kl 00:07 2458

Plug Power races toward $1 billion, announces $50M contract
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Solgte akkurat med 60 % gevinst. Har fortsatt trua. Det kan godt hende jeg skal inn igjen. Noen gang må man ta litt gevinst ;)
20.08.2020 kl 22:00 753

Helt enig 2030 👍 Gratulerer