The UK risks being left behind in hydrogen fuel cells market, says UK HFCA report calling for new policy measures to be implemented

The UK risks being overtaken by countries throughout Europe and Asia in the development and use of hydrogen fuel cells, new report released today (Sep 15) by the UK Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) warns.

The forgotten force in the fight against climate change: The case for fuel cell technology says fuel cells are an “overlooked” technology in the UK energy mix.

But if the correct conditions are created, a UK fuel cell industry could take a valuable share of the identified £9.7bn global fuel cells market by 2026, the UK HFCA says.

The paper details how fuel cells can help deliver the Prime Minister’s (PM) 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution and outlines the opportunity that exists for the UK to lead the world in the development of fuel cell technology.

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