From 2015, a new possibility developed how to divert billions of taxpayers' money and distribute it to the poor German auto industry. With great media support, politicians announced like a prayer wheel that the future of the car will only work with an electric motor and that the combustion engine has long since had its day.
Automobile manufacturers such as VW, BMW and others have developed and built battery-operated electric cars. In addition to cars, delivery vans and even buses have developed with some success from expensive and underperforming niche solutions to mainstream vehicles with significant improvements in performance and range.
After the rural population began boycotting the further expansion of wind energy in the recent past, clever strategists in the wind lobby have influenced ignorant politicians and made them believe that Germany will be the leading one by 2030 Hydrogen nation must become. To achieve the goal, the expansion of wind turbines must be resumed as soon as possible. By 2030, a good 12 billion tax euros will be available for research into the Green hydrogen available.
However, a BloombergNEF forecast shows that the market penetration of these electric or hydrogen vehicles beyond 2030 will remain only a relatively small proportion of the total fleet. Especially with heavy commercial vehicles. To achieve our greenhouse gas reduction goals and upcoming government and national emissions regulations, we need new solutions for road traffic and other highly polluting segments of the transportation sector, such as air, sea, and rail, where economic and performance-related traction is required clean fuels lagging critically.