Decarbonising the on-road mobility sector is going to be no easy feat, especially when considering zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles. Presently, several solutions are being developed as viable options for these vehicles, including battery-electric and fuel cell electric powertrains. Depending on vehicle weight, vehicle range and other requirements, different solutions will be the most optimal for different applications.
For long-distance, heavy-duty trucks, the consensus has been emerging that using liquid hydrogen storage combined with fuel cell electric propulsion is the most viable solution.
The electrification of vehicles is a hot topic in the world of transportation these days. Why? Because electric vehicles are the zero-tailpipe-emission solution for decarbonising the mobility market. There are actually multiple classifications of electric vehicles (EVs).
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