An article published in the newspaper Calcalist states that the automotive giant Toyota issued a statement that by 2035 it will mainly produce electric cars and cars that run on hydrogen. Cars running on fossil fuels have of course not gone out of use, due to the fact that in developing countries there is no suitable infrastructure for electric vehicles and vehicles running on hydrogen (i.e., no charging stations).
Ariel Malik: ” In Another 10-15 years cars running on hydrogen will enter the global automotive market strongly. I think electric cars will be left behind, for the simple reason that people are starting to understand that the battery production process is a very polluting and expensive process, involving the mining of important and rare natural resources. Plus, even the electricity itself that the car eventually charges transfers the problem of pollution from the car itself – to the IEC power station.”