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Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

author:Stone-tethered horses

Hydrogen energy has long been considered the end of the world's new energy source.

Compared with oil, natural gas, electricity, etc., it has incomparable advantages: inexhaustible, pollution-free, widely sourced, easy to obtain, etc...

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

It is precisely based on this positioning that the cautious Japanese quietly began to develop hydrogen energy as a future power source for many years.

Today, from the acquisition, storage, and refueling of hydrogen, to the miniaturization of hydrogen power plants, and the improvement of kinetic energy conversion rates, the Japanese are frankly ahead of the world.

The excited Japanese can't wait to apply for a patent for hydrogen energy-related technology, and have invested hundreds of billions of R&D funds for this purpose, accounting for as much as 70%. Just like Aisin's AT gearbox, it forms a high wall that others cannot avoid when developing similar technologies.

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

I thought that I could have a duck in my left hand and a chicken in my right hand, lying flat in an invincible and lazy posture, and feasting on harvesting the global village by collecting patent fees, but I didn't expect the emergence of fast charging technology to make the conceited Japanese look stunned, and the face was formed by muscle twitching and formed a great embarrassment under the blessing of 1.6 meters tall, but it was extra eye-catching.

Why?

Because, as the king of today's electric vehicle field, China can be said to be the largest household in the village in terms of battery technology, automobile production, iteration speed and the scale and popularity of charging stations.

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

And the development of electric vehicles is far from the end. High-density batteries, kinetic energy recovery technology, new power generation materials, fast charging and discharging technology, high-efficiency motors, etc., all have unlimited potential, and any technological breakthrough will bring about the improvement of the driving quality of electric vehicles and create a generation of new products.

Even hydrogen vehicles can be said to be just an offshoot of the development of electric vehicles. Because the essence of its power output is to convert hydrogen into electricity, which will propel the car. To put it bluntly, it's just that the source of electricity is more environmentally friendly, more widespread, faster, and that's it!

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

According to relevant reports, the hydrogen refueling time of an average family car is about 3 minutes, and the range is about 500 kilometers. For a 60-degree electric vehicle, the average time to fully charge a commercial charging station is 90 minutes, and the range is about 500 kilometers.

Compared with hydrogen energy, although electric vehicles have disadvantages in terms of endurance and energy replenishment time, the biggest problem and trouble is the replenishment time.

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

It can be said that if electric vehicles can keep pace with hydrogen energy in terms of energy replenishment time, then the technical advantages of hydrogen energy will no longer be so dazzling.

According to the latest report, Huawei's liquid-cooled charging technology can even charge 1 km in 1 second and 200 km in the first 2 minutes.

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

Such a revolutionary fast charging technology has poked straight into the lung tube of the Japanese who are lying on the hydrogen energy patent and trying to be far ahead. The desperate gamble of retreating and practicing the Sunflower Treasure Book and "wanting to practice this skill" now seems to be on its own.

Tesla disclosed its electric vehicle patents because it knew what would happen to the cold in high places, and Huawei disclosed the original code of HarmonyOS because it also knew that everyone was really hi together.

Japan hoarded hydrogen energy patents in a vain attempt to harvest the world, but was poked in the lungs by Huawei's charging speed

However, the Japanese do not believe in evil and entertain themselves with hydrogen energy patents. As far as the fierce waves are concerned, as far as the dozens of people on the island are concerned, there is no doubt that the heroes with unique skills fell into the bottomless pit, and then disappeared...

At the tactical level, Japan does have its own unique characteristics, but at the strategic level, Japan is somewhat short-sighted and self-serving.

In the current era of surging tide of science and technology, technology and strategic thinking are indispensable, and if the technology that debuts at its peak is not supported by strong strategic thinking, it will only be a flash in the pan in the end.

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