India launches first hydrogen fuel automobile
No doubt India ranks third among the most attractive investor in technological transactions in the world. It is among the top most countries in the world that proved themselves a rapid competitor in the field of science and technology. To prove this a little bit further to the world, India recently launched the hydrogen fuel bus for both private and public use.
Asad Sheikh, gold medalist in Information Technology said, “Indians are following the every possible niche in technology.”
Furthermore he said, “Moreover, GDP (Gross Domestic Production) of India has arouse much handsomely due to it.”
Indian-origin Tata motors launched the first hydrogen gas bus. After the Diesel Hybrid Electric buses with the fuel of low configuration, these buses contain fuel cell having Chemical Formula containing Hydrogen gas and Oxygen gas.
Kim Yong Un the Korean leader tweeted, “Indian Hydrogen fuel bus is now a reality.” Indian Economist
Subramanian Swami replied Kim’s tweet, “Good work of Cyrus Misty bearing fruit”.
The Hydrogen Powered Fuel bus is a zero emission mass transport solution. It is for inter-city commute.
Tata motors proudly launched this bus with the partnership of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization).
Indian Federal Resource Minister Matt Canavan said, “Now the time for waiting is over and time for doing is beginning.”
The company had already extensively tested the CNG Hybrid Buses across the country in cities like Mumbai, Ahmadabad and Surat to facilitate the local people. They can travel in fewer fares.
Anu P.Mathai, IES, Chief Executive officer, IBEF said, “India is one of the key participating countries at the 15th edition of the Automechanika Dubai, the largest international automotive aftermarket trade show in the Middle East.”
India is rapidly establishing itself as a leader in Industrialist and Technological Development. Despite of that it is among topmost countries in world in the field of Scientific Research, positioned as the one of the top nations in Space Exploration.
Significantly, it is also expanding its nuclear capacity. Moreover, “it stated work on a huge 16 million dollar coal project that environmentalists warn will damage Australia’s Great Barrier Reef”, Indian mining giant Adani said on Tuesday 6 June, 2017.
In short, India also introduced technology in the field of Agriculture. In addition to that several automobile manufacturers like Audi, Maruti Suzuki and Mahindra introducing Self-driven cars to India. Through this advancement in Science and Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy-2013, India ranked among the world’s top five scientific powers. Although, they are using technology like all other well developed countries. Due to emergence of different ideas and various concepts and their implications in technology especially they are promoting Bio-technology, they will reduce the rate of unemployment in their country but the dilemma is they couldn’t control the rapid increase in population.
Correspondent: Syeda Faiza Bukhari