Fuel tank full in 5 minutes, will run 600 km
Nitin Gadkari himself reached Parliament in a hydrogen car, which is a completely different car in its own right in the country. Nitin Gadkari traveled from his home to Parliament by hydrogen car. He traveled from this car to Parliament under his pilot project. The important thing is that the hydrogen car by which Nitin Gadkari reaches Parliament can cover a distance of 600 km when the tank is full and its cost comes to only 2 rupees per kilometer. Not only this, the important thing is that it takes only 5 minutes to fill the hydrogen fuel in the car.
Toyota has given a car to Gadkari
Let us inform that Nitin Gadkari launched the country’s first hydrogen powered advanced fuel cell electric vehicle Toyota Mirai this month. Nitin Gadkari also shared a video and told how a car can run with green hydrogen. At the launch of the car, Gadkari said Green Hydrogen is a better and environment-friendly one. With this, the country can become self-reliant in the field of energy. Nitin Gadkari himself told that he will use hydrogen car. Japan’s Toyota company has given me this car which runs on hydrogen. I myself will be using it as a pilot project.
Hydrogen is made from water
Nitin Gadkari had said in Parliament that now the day is not far when we will run the car with green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is made from water. He said that now soon we will move towards this option. Gadkari said it can be made using sewage water. I sell the sewage water of my parliamentary constituency to the Maharashtra government, from which we get royalty of Rs 325 crore every year. Using this water, we can make green hydrogen. This hydrogen will be the cheapest fuel and pollution will also be less. PM’s wish is that we should become exporters and not importers of petroleum.
EVs will become cheaper in two years
Gadkari often talks about green fuel, not only that he said that rapid progress in green fuel technology will bring down the cost of electric vehicles (EVs), in two years’ time the cost of petrol-powered vehicles should be at par with EVs. Will go It is worth noting that today the price of petrol and diesel has increased once again, this is the eighth increase in the last 9 days. Talking about the price of petrol in the country, petrol in Delhi is Rs 101.01 per liter, diesel is Rs 92.27 per liter.