Hydrogen mobility can play a major role in the world’s energy transition to combat climate change. Its zero-emission clean fuel, fast refuelling, and comparable driving experience can help fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) replace combustion engines without a significant change in consumer behaviour.
FCEVs make a compelling case, but infrastructure is key to their adoption. Governments and commercial businesses are scaling up to deploy refuelling stations to allow for a viable hydrogen economy
Here in this white paper from Haskel, presented by H2 View, the strategies for hydrogen mobility infrastructure are explored in detail, with emphasis on the considerations for refuelling station selection.