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Hydrogen FCEV registration has increased by 41% in Europe last year, says FCHO report

Hydrogen FCEV registration has increased by 41% in Europe last year, says FCHO report

According to a series of new reports by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Observatory (FCHO), hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) registrations have increased by 41% over the past year in Europe.

This has been acknowledged in a series of new reports that have identified how the market has grown for hydrogen and fuel cells over the past year.

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The reports focus on six primary sections which include technology and the market, supply and demand, policy updates, European and international standards, global data on patents, and education and training.

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