No other part of the hydrogen sector elicits more interest to the general public than hydrogen solutions in mobility. This shouldn’t come as any great surprise given motoring’s popularity and our reliance on large and heavy goods vehicles (LGVs and HGVs) for the delivery of products.
According to the RAC, by March 2023 there were 40.8 million licensed vehicles in the UK. The majority of licensed vehicles are cars, which number 33.27 million, though there are 4.65 million LGVs and 0.54 million HGVs1. With the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles (ICE) to be prohibited from 2035 onwards and Net Zero by 2050 remaining a goal for all major UK political parties, it seems obvious that hydrogen has a significant role to play in the decarbonisation of transport.
What exactly is hydrogen’s role in mobility?
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