UK government’s £23m programme for H2-powered vehicles and infrastructure launched


A programme which sets out the next steps to develop the UK hydrogen (H2) vehicle market has launched – and will provide up to £23m of new grant funding until 2020 to support the growth of refuelling infrastructure alongside the deployment of new vehicles.

Hydrogen for Transport (HTP) was launched by the Office for Low Emission Vehicle (OLEV) and will provide funding via an open competition for both H2 refuelling stations and H2 fuel cell vehicles.

The programme has two primary objectives; to increase the number of publicly accessible H2 refuelling stations and to increase the number of fuel cell powered electric vehicles on UK roads.

It will be supported in two stages:

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