Hydrogen Mobility Ireland launched to address hydrogen transport

A new association has been formed in Ireland to plan and deliver a coordinated approach to the deployment of hydrogen transport.

Hydrogen Mobility Ireland (HMI) aims to oversee the implementation of a strategy to introduce the use of hydrogen for transport in Ireland.

It was formed last month by leading companies including Belfast Met and Irish energy company Viridian.

The group’s mission is to plan a path to the mass market introduction of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and it will present its findings to interested parties over the coming months.

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