NPROXX believes before we see the mass take-up of hydrogen as a fuel to combat pollution and carbon dioxide emissions for heavy duty vehicles and personal motoring, consumers need to be certain they can fill up their vehicles.
With a new hydrogen station opening roughly every two weeks currently in Germany, the country looks set to achieve its ‘100 hydrogen stations before the end of 2019’ goal.
“Undoubtedly the biggest challenge facing the take up of hydrogen as a fuel will be the provision of convenient refuelling infrastructure,” Michael Ismar, Marketing Manager at NPROXX said.
“Even Germany can only currently sustain a hydrogen supply to major cities and routes. Nevertheless, the situation is changing, and as the impetus to replace fossil fuels, the need for hydrogen infrastructure becomes more pressing.”
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