Overarching progress beyond the current state of the art and gaps preventing full commercialisation


This report outlines the overarching progress regarding policy, vehicle availability and deployment of vehicles and refuelling infrastructure for hydrogen mobility in Europe. It is shown that the demand for fuel cell electric vehicles is growing, driven by increasingly ambitious emissions targets and policy at European, national and local scale. The key barriers to hydrogen for transport applications are cost and lack of an adequately developed refuelling infrastructure network. Therefore, initial financial support is required to keep vehicle and hydrogen fuel costs sufficiently low for early adopters, and continued efforts are needed to address regulatory barriers around planning and permitting for refuelling stations.

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