Cost-saving strategy for hydrogen fuelling ready for commercial test


The hydrogen revolution is in-progress, momentum builds all the time, and yet the same fundamental ‘chicken and egg’ conundrum still makes appearance in debates on this hot topic.

Fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) manufacturers are reluctant to mass manufacture and market cars without adequate hydrogen fuelling locations, while station providers are reluctant to build stations without enough FCVs to use them.

The growing market for fuel cell cars needs a robust network of hydrogen fuelling stations, but capital costs for those stations remain high.

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