Russia will spend almost 800 billion rubles on the introduction of hydrogen transport


The concept for the development of electric transport in Russia until 2030 may undergo significant changes in the near future. According to information from RIA News, it is planned to add the localization of the production of hydrogen transport within the country and the creation of an appropriate infrastructure for its operation.


According to the agency, the above information is contained in the draft order of the Cabinet, dated May 25 this year. In particular, it states that additional funds will be allocated for the localization of production and the creation of infrastructure for cars on hydrogen fuel cells. Now the total cost of implementing the concept will amount to 777 billion rubles instead of 418 billion previously envisaged.

By 2030, it is planned to build 1200 hydrogen filling stations in Russia, spending about 126 billion rubles on this. Also, a plant for the production of fuel cells for hydrogen cars will be built in our country. It is assumed that about $ 38,5 billion will be spent on its construction.

The Ministry of Economic Development, where the new project was developed, claims that if approved by the Government, the infrastructure for transport on hydrogen fuel cells will be ready in the middle of this decade. The projects will be financed on a combined basis: partly from the budget and partly from other sources.

It should be noted that in addition to proposals for the localization of the production of hydrogen cars within the country and the creation of a network of filling stations, the updated concept also contains a plan to support the demand for electric and "hydrogen" transport. It is expected that the above initiative will be considered no earlier than the end of June.
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  1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 1 June 2021 19: 26
    +1
    I used gas for 11 with our Ryazan equipment for several years. The 50 bottle was lying on a shelf in the trunk. The price of 50% gasoline.
    It's a long way to go, good ...
  2. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 1 June 2021 20: 05
    -3
    We have gasoline - nowhere to go. Why do we need this? 800 billion rubles !!!! There is nowhere else to put money! Palaces, yachts, have already been overwhelmed. Give them hydrogen cars. And this is for the minimum wage of 11300 rubles! Steal, steal, steal !!! They don't think about anything else. In Putin, he raised the cadres! "What is the pop, so is the arrival !!"
    1. akarfoxhound Offline akarfoxhound
      akarfoxhound 3 June 2021 06: 34
      0
      If mankind is so "far-sighted" to talk about the introduction of technologies, then you would now go to work with a maximum of a wood-fired steam locomotive. And then with indignation - why are there steam locomotives, are there carts ?!
  3. Kofesan Offline Kofesan
    Kofesan (Valery) 1 June 2021 22: 33
    +1
    But what about gas? Was, but it turned out to be too expensive for the population of Russia and ... in the end, all "came out"? So what?

    Now here - "hydrogen" ... Here we are "progressing". We do not have time to implement one thing, as we jumped over our heads ... to "nano-new-infrastructure" ... Chubais's smell smelled like that ... They just promised a freebie ... And now - stop? "Yesterday's Century"? Shall we promise you a mug of free hydrogen by 2049? Is it a trend now? Is it even indecent to talk about gas?

    Smart, probably, we have "rulers". I, at least, did not understand anything .. Maybe it is better to plant timber instead of stupid cutting down of those for export? After all, someone crowed anadys ...

    Or, nevertheless, to cut out Siberia? ... To buy one (okay - two) "electric teslas" for the rescue ...? At themselves! Americans with Europiks! Here it is where it lies ... - civilization and prosperity.

    And from what? ... "Hydrogen" from what will we "drive"? Wheat? Or gas?
    Maybe from "kiti-cat"? And on what equipment? Chinese or Ukrainian? Can we even speak German? So then, we won't pay for a hundred years ...

    There is a boom in importing, distilling on energy from gas-hydro-nuclear power plants and other Starperov sources, and selling to the "backside"! May be...! Well ... like bitcoin.

    No, whatever you say - ... everything is for people, dear, they break their heads for us. Everyone thinks about Russia!

  4. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 25 June 2021 10: 22
    +1
    RF is not only Moscow and St. Petersburg. Vladimir Putin speaks of the importance of "stitching" all (!) Regions of the Russian Federation into a single integral space through the creation of a new and modernization of the old transport infrastructure, reducing the cost of transportation.
    In the vast northern expanses, for example, there are no roads at all, only winter roads. In the Trans-Ural regions, the situation is not much better. The inhabited areas stretch in a narrow strip along the southern border along the Transsib. The only road that connected with Primorye was built not so long ago.
    At the same time, delusional plans for the construction of a bridge across the Bering Strait and other large-scale nonsense are issued.
    In the northern regions, for example, there are no roads at all, only winter roads. Diesel boiler-houses generate electricity, heating is mainly wood-fired. Water supply - the nearest river.
    Is there a need to switch to alternative fuels in countries with a high population density - China, India, the EU, individual states of the US, and the Russian Federation?
    Given the huge reserves of developed deposits, not to mention the explored and potential, the President speaks of the need for the affordability of transportation. Yes, the whole world is openly laughing at this, this is nowhere to be found, but why does it take place in the Russian Federation ???
    The government raised tariffs on metallurgical products - Mr. Mordashev was furious, explaining that he was being pressured by sanctions, and even the government, with its extortions and social obligations, pestered. They are trying to deprive a person of well-deserved super profits, and this can be extended to all Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, assuming a similar situation in all industries, including the fuel and energy complex.
    Following the lead of Western partners and colleagues with their ecological ideas with alternative energy sources, the Russian Federation is cutting the branch on which it sits.