Infrastructure still the cornerstone of hydrogen truck adoption

Hydrogen uptake is reliant on intelligently planned infrastructure and cleaner hydrogen production, writes Jack Hunsley

The automotive industry has learned plenty from electric vehicle (EV) adoption, especially when it comes to consumer attitudes towards new automotive technologies. Despite electrification’s obvious sustainability benefits, it has taken considerable effort and investment to nurture this market, and only now is EV uptake growing at a meaningful rate. Many factors are influencing this adoption—regulation, convenience, technology advancement—but perhaps the most influential factor has been infrastructure.

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