Major markets begin getting to grips with hydrogen

Joint ventures, government funding and local applications are among the early approaches to fleshing out full hydrogen fuelling infrastructure. By Xavier Boucherat

The infrastructure to support hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) has begun to emerge in markets worldwide, but the availability of pumps remains relatively limited compared with traditional fuels. Comprehensive access to hydrogen fuel will be necessary if FCEVs are ever to become economically viable, but high costs—a single station can cost upwards of US$1m—and low demand present the industry with a challenge.

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