Clean hydrogen developers battle with poor infrastructure and high cost

Of all automotive’s rainbow-coloured hydrogen options, only ‘green’ hydrogen produces zero emissions. By Jacob Moreton

To some in automotive, fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) represent a great hope for the future of sustainable mobility. The world’s transition away from high-polluting internal combustion engines (ICEs) and towards alternatives like battery electric vehicles (BEVs) seems increasingly inevitable. But BEVs come with their own challenges. They generally take longer to charge than is ideal, and not all journeys can be fulfilled on a single charge. FCEVs, powered by hydrogen, could be another solution. But there is a world of difference between the hydrogen fuel cell technology currently available, and hydrogen generated from renewable sources. For FCEVs to be truly clean, that bridge still needs to be crossed.

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