Infrastructure still critical for Germany’s FCEV adoption

Germany’s national hydrogen strategy is an encouraging first step, but substantial fuel cell truck adoption is several years out. By Jack Hunsley

Many of the world’s leading technology nations have laid out plans for a green recovery in the wake of the pandemic. The likes of France, the UK and the US—the latter of which has dedicated US$30bn to public transport projects alone—see COVID-19 as an opportunity to pivot high carbon-emitting industries to cleaner alternative energies. One such option is hydrogen, and Germany is attempting to position itself as the world’s leading hydrogen economy.

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