Nissan Develops World’s First Solid Oxide And Bio-Ethanol Fuel-Cell Powered Vehicle

Posted: Jun 14 2016, 6:17pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Nissan Develops World’s First Solid Oxide and Bio-Ethanol Fuel-Cell Powered Vehicle
  • World’s first Bio-Ethanol Electric Power Vehicle is announced by Nissan!

Nissan goes totally green by introducing the Solid Oxide Fuel-Cell (SOFC)-powered vehicle that runs on bio-ethanol electric power.

Nissan Motors announced today their new research and model that will include a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell power system used in vehicles. This SOFC system will run on Bio-Ethanol electric power. This is the first time that any automotive company is attempting this technology for a vehicle.

SOFC is basically a fuel cell that utilizes the reaction of various fuel cells. These fuel cells are obtained from natural gas, ethanol, and oxygen. These are then mixed with oxygen to produce electricity of high power and usage. 

The e-Bio-fuel cells generates the electricity though SOFC generator using the bio degradable fuels. Mostly ethanol in the case which is stored in a vehicle.

The e-Bio-fuel cell uses hydrogen and oxygen to produce energy that in turns produced electricity that will fuel a vehicle. It will give a longer range to cars and they will be able to move more than 600km. 

Along with this the bio fuel will accompany features such as silent drive, brisk acceleration and linear drive as well. The bio ethanol is gotten from sugar cane, and corn.

This material is pretty readily available in Asian countries and South America. This fuel is low cost and easily available, thus making a great choice for vehicles. 

The future of e-Bio-Fuel cell is looking pretty friendly for us. It will produce the biological energy which will be environmental friendly, cheap, easily available and safe to use.

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