The transport sector is not only seen as one of the most tangible or relatable areas of decarbonisation for us all as individuals, it’s also seen as one of the key areas to ‘clean up’ with alternative fuels and infrastructure, including hydrogen.
The use cases of hydrogen in the mobility market continue to evolve, with a growing acceptance that passenger vehicles may not be the most effective or economical route, at least in the first instances, whereas heavy-duty trucking, buses and other commercial vehicles will likely see the biggest deployment; indeed, these heavy-duty applications will blaze the trail in infrastructure that smaller vehicles will one day follow and benefit from.
Shipping, rail transport and aviation are also at the forefront of this transition and arguably represent the most pressing need to decarbonise, in quick order. Large ports themselves are significant air pollutants and we can expect these facilities to have the potential to become a transport sector where decarbonisation clusters will emerge in the years ahead.
Against this backdrop, a new report from gasworld Business Intelligence analyses the mobility market potential in North America (where hydrogen mobility had arguably been adopted early) and beyond, profiling the use case for each mode of transport, the current and future infrastructure capabilities, and the probable balance of hydrogen supply and demand. The report covers:
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