Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) has deployed 630 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in 10 countries and installed 37 new hydrogen stations in eight countries since its launch in 2016, the flagship European project reported today as it published its latest data.
Comprised of nearly 50 organisations at the forefront of the sector, H2ME’s efforts represent the largest European deployment for hydrogen mobility to date.
Following the conclusion of its initial phase, H2ME recommends national and international incentives to ensure the dispensed cost of low carbon hydrogen is competitive for vehicle operators to create a level playing field with other zero emission vehicles.
H2ME further states that incentives, such as purchase grant and tax exemptions, will unlock demand from vehicle operators and bring market confidence to vehicle suppliers. Similarly, financial support applied per kg of hydrogen sold will lower the price of green hydrogen at the pump.
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