Hydrogen Europe, ACEA call on EU member states to ramp up hydrogen refuelling ambitions

Hydrogen Europe and the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) have called on EU member states to up ambitions for the deployment of hydrogen refuelling stations.

In a joint letter to state ambassadors, the associations expressed concerns over the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulations (AFIR) general approach, agreed upon by the European Council.

“We are deeply concerned that by setting insufficient ambitions, in deployment targets for hydrogen refuelling and electricity recharging stations in road transport, as proposed in the general approach of the Council of the EU, the decarbonisation targets set in the Clean and Sustainable Mobility Strategy and in the specific transport climate targets of the Fit for 55 package will not be achievable,” the letter read.

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