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수소연료전지자동차 보급을 위한 정부의 역할: 한국과 일본의 사례를 중심으로(The role of government to supply fuel cell electric vehicle in Korea and Japan)

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  • 수소연료전지자동차 보급을 위한 정부의 역할: 한국과 일본의 사례를 중심으로(The role of government to supply fuel cell electric vehicle in Korea and Japan)
  • Son, Minhee; Nam, Sukwoo; Kim, Kyungnam손민희; 남석우; 김경남
  • 한국수소 및 신에너지학회


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Title 수소연료전지자동차 보급을 위한 정부의 역할: 한국과 일본의 사례를 중심으로(The role of government to supply fuel cell electric vehicle in Korea and Japan)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Son, Minhee; Nam, Sukwoo; Kim, Kyungnam

Author(Korean)

손민희; 남석우; 김경남

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[Seoul]:한국수소 및 신에너지학회

Date 2016-02
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Transactions of the Korean hydrogen and new energy society:Vol. 27(No. 1)
Pages 93
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Holding Korea Science

Abstract

A fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) could be an alternative solution to gasoline powered vehicles. The Korean and Japanese governments have played the midwifery role in the development of the FCEV industry. This study explores the difference in policy goals for FCEV between the two countries. Koreans recognized that FCEV was innovative technology and put forward the notion of technology pre-occupancy. Whereas, the Japanese government discovered that FCEV was one way to apply hydrogen mechanisms, so they identified the supply of hydrogen as one of the industries of interest, and have played the demiurge role. This study suggests that the role of government is to introduce eco-friendly vehicles, using the cases of Korean and Japanese governments, who introduced FCEV to the world first.