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Advanced Propulsion Centre predicts that 14GW of fuel cell stack production is needed to meet 2035 UK vehicle demand

Advanced Propulsion Centre predicts that 14GW of fuel cell stack production is needed to meet 2035 UK vehicle demand

Ahead of the impending UK Governments hydrogen strategy, the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK has provided some recommendations that is required to see hydrogen prosper in mobility.

Within the recommendations, the Advanced Propulsion Centre has forecasted that 14GW of fuel cell stack production and 400,000 high pressure carbon fibre tanks are needed to meet the vehicle production demands by 2035.

This is equal to about 140,000 cars and vans.

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