More, more, more: Doubling manufacturing capability to meet growing storage demands

If the global demand for hydrogen storage continues at its current rate, and if the hydrogen refuelling stations currently on the drawing board come to fruition, there will soon be a global shortage of storage and transportation vessels.

So leaders in the hydrogen sector must now make good on their commitment to investing in infrastructure to be able to deliver on global hydrogen aspirations. Which is where FIBA steps up to play its part.

Storage and transportation vessel manufacturers are a vital element in the infrastructure that will facilitate worldwide hydrogen adoption. But currently there simply is not enough capacity to meet demand, so it is clear that vessel manufacturers must invest now and invest heavily.

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