Why does Israel want to build lithium-cooled gas cooled monoblocks?
Gas monoblock technology, a cooling system that uses compressed air and liquid oxygen to cool a container, has been around since the 1970s, but the gas cooled version has never been as successful as the lithium-ion cooled one that is now in use in many modern-day cars.
Israel’s Minister of Infrastructure, Housing and Construction Aryeh Deri on Wednesday said he plans to develop a new gas monobrowels system, called the “Lithium Gas Monoblock,” that will be similar to the one that has been used in Israel’s electricity system.
The new gas cooled model, he said, will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent compared to conventional gas cooling systems.
“LITHIUM GAS MONOBLOCK” “This is a product that we will produce by 2022, it is a gas monobeam that will deliver a large number of electric vehicles, which will help us reduce our emissions of carbon dioxide,” Deri said.
The gas monoblock is a liquid gas-filled cylinder with an attached gas generator that heats the gas to around 350 degrees Celsius, or 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit.
The monoboo is a single unit that can produce enough power for several vehicles.
Deri’s department will build the system with state funds and will operate it in cooperation with the Israel Electric Corporation.
It is expected to cost approximately $40 million, and the ministry expects to produce about 50 units in 2021.
The department is also planning to build a prototype unit to prove the technology works.
The plan to use the gas monotube system in Israel has been in the works for years, but was postponed several times due to the fact that gas prices in Israel are much lower than in the United States.
“We decided to put the gas into production with a gas-cooling system because of the low cost of gas in Israel, but at the same time we have to have this system to provide electricity to the power plants,” Derib said.
Israel has already installed a large-scale gas-monoblock system, but it is not yet widely used because it has a lot of infrastructure needs and is not expected to be cost effective.
“It is not going to be the cost effective solution that we want to go for in the long term.
This is not a cheap solution,” Deribi said.
The minister also said that the gas-powered system would be a viable alternative for electric vehicles in the future, as the technology has been proven to work in gas-emitting cars and in other electric vehicles that use compressed air to generate electricity.
“There are electric vehicles on the market now that use a gas engine and they are able to generate power for the car, but there is a very large number that do not,” he said.
“In our country, gas is used for heating, and electricity is used to heat the car.
We will develop a gas system to increase the number of such cars that are able [to use electricity].”