The H2ME initiative is a flagship European project, deploying hundreds of fuel cell hydrogen cars, vans and trucks and the associated refuelling infrastructure, across 8 countries in Europe.
It will create the first truly pan-European network, and the world’s largest network of hydrogen refuelling stations.
The project is being supported by the European Union through the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH 2 JU) but is driven by the continuous engagement of the industry.
This documents provides a summary of the project status,highlights key achievements and also suggests some of the emerging issues which need to be tackled by the fuel cell vehicle sector as it moves towards a commercially viable mass market proposition.
This is a living document that will be updated as the project progresses. It is intended to:
• Give first hand information to stakeholders, policy-makers etc.;
• Align H2ME partners on the common themes emerging from the early demonstration results;
• Serve as a basis for additional dissemination materials.
Please find the document here: H2ME_Emerging Conclusions _introduction H2 mobility